You know what though? Pink looks awesome with black. But lets get back to the science of pink. Its not on the light spectrum, its actually a trick your eyes play on you.
This is a great little one minute video that explains what I'm talking about. It sparked a somewhat interesting debate among science types in saying "pink is not a real color". Which its not, in the light spectrum. It does exist, however, as a pigment. Popular Science has a very good article on that difference here. The author, Rebecca Boyle, has this to say:
Thinking of pink the way we think of transmitted light is confusing, hence the controversy. Here's the thing: When you look at a pink object — that is to say, a thing that contains pigments or dyes which render it pink to light receptor cells in your eyes — you are not seeing pink wavelengths of light. An object appears pink because certain wavelengths of light are reflected, and others are absorbed, quenched, by the pigments. Pink is a reflective color, not a transmissive color — you can perceive it because your brain translates light bouncing off it. Color is a construct of our eyes and brains.Cool, huh? I love learning new things and this one (wait for it...) tickled me pink! This pleases my inner geek in a way that makes me not feel so bad about falling in love with this color as an adult.