Kendall Jenner
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Color is powerful

Sunny yellow hues can instantly make people feel happy and cheerful. Light blues and faded purples are incredibly soothing, and reds give off intense, fiery vibes. 

And evidently, pinks remind models not to eat.

Kendall Jenner recently revealed that she decided to paint her living room a rosy pink because it's proven to "suppress your appetite."

Kendall Jenner pink wall
photo: Instagram/@kendalljenner

"Baker-Miller Pink is the only color scientifically proven to calm you AND suppress your appetite," Kendall wrote on her app. "I was like, ‘I NEED this color in my house!’”

The model recently shared a photo of her snowy Christmas tree in front of a pretty pink wall on Instagram — and as it turns out, this bright color choice was based on science.

Kendall Jenner wall
photo: Instagram/@kendalljenner

The US Naval Office of Research released a study conducted in the 1980s that found that more than one third of nearly 1,700 subjects noted "Baker-Miller Pink" reduced their appetite.

The color — also known as "Drunk Tank Pink" —  was also studied in the 1960s in correctional institutions. Scientists used "Baker-Miller Pink" in confinement cells to help control prisoners' temperaments.

Kendall first learned about the shade's "powers" after her friends visited a "Human Condition" exhibit.

Kendall Jenner room
photo: Instagram/@kendalljenner

“While I was trying to figure out what I wanted to do with the room, I went to dinner with friends and they had just gone to the 'Human Condition' exhibition at a former hospital in L.A.,” she wrote. “They were telling me there’s a pink room at the exhibit that had an explanation of the color choice."

So forget about diets and exercise — if you want to look like Kendall Jenner, just paint your wall pink.

Kendall Jenner
photo: Instagram/@kendalljenner

Who needs willpower when you have wall power?