Usually a colored candle. I think yellow burns the fastest of all. It has to do with the chemicals associated with the pigment of the color.
No, yellow candle burn the fastest because of the heat reflecting off the surface of a candle and it helps yellow candle to melt faster
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None. It's not the color of the candle that determines how quickly it burns -- it's what the candle is made out of.
a red candle because the coluring of a red candle is thiner than a white
The color is not important for the burning of a candle.
it depends on the type of wax used, not the color
Practically any difference; the color is not important.
Example: white candle burns. white reflects light so heat is deflected also black candle burns. black absorbs light and heat therefore would burn faster than a white candle.
The yellow candle burns faster because of the gases and subsistances in that color.