When jewelers speak of a diamond's color, they are referring to the presence or absence of color in white diamonds. Quick fact: Diamond almost entirely consists of carbon. Color is a result of the composition of the diamond, and it never changes over time.
Colorless: Diamonds graded from D to F are colorless.
Near Colorless: Diamonds graded from G to J are considered to have a slight tint of noticeable color.
Faint yellow: Diamonds graded from K to M will reflect a slight tint of yellow to the untrained eyes.
Very light and light yellow: The N to Z graded diamond range showcases colors like yellow, brown or gray.