Milady Esthetic Fundamentals Chapter 20: The World of Makeup

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What are the elements of a shade?Pure hue plus blackWhat are the elements of a tone?Pure hue plus grayWhat is *NOT* one of the reasons a particular makeup product might be more expensive than another product?FDA approvalWhat is *NOT* true of primers?They are designed to penetrate into the deepest layer of the skinWhat type of makeup is considered healthy because it is less heavy, more noncomedogenic, and more natural than other types of makeup?MineralWho often prefers liquid foundation over mineral makeup because mineral makeup can sometimes tend to be shiny and too drying?Mature clientsWhat sort of finish does face powder add to the face?MatteWhat is *NOT* a form in which cheek color is commonly available?SprayWhat is true of the eyes?They are the focal point in makeup designWhat sort of look do liquid or gel eyeliners create, as opposed to pencil eyeliners?More dramaticWhat are band lashes?Artificial lashes on a stripWhat is cake makeup used for?Heavy coverageWhat is the relationship on the color wheel between complementary colors?They are opposite of each otherWhat are concealers used to cover?Blemishes and discolorationWhat undertones do cool colors have?BlueWhat is attached to a client in the procedure called eye tabbing?Individual lashesWhat is another name for foundation?Base makeupWhat is greasepaint typically used for?Theatrical purposesWhat is the term that means "nonshiny or dull"?MatteWhat is *NOT* an effect mascara has on eyelashes?elongatesWhat is a large, soft brush used for blending and applying powder or blush?powder brushWhat is a short brush with dense bristles for powder or blush?Kabuki brushWhat is a blush brush?Smaller version or the powder brushWhat can you do to prevent brush bristles to dry in the shape they are left in while wet?Reshape the wet bristles and lay the brush flat to dryWhat is the purpose of using a neck strip?To keep the cape clean from one client to the nextWhat is the term for fundamental colors that color that cannot be obtained from a mixture?Primary colorsWhat is the term for colors obtained by mixing equal parts of two primary colors?Secondary colorsWhat is the term for colors that are formed by mixing equal amounts of a secondary color and its neighboring primary color?Tertiary colorsWhat undertones do warm colors have?YellowWhat are the three primary colors?Red, blue, yellowWhat color is created when blue and yellow are mixed together?GreenWhat color is created when red and yellow are mixed together?OrangeWhat is an example of a tertiary color?Blue-violetWhat is hue?Distinct characteristic of a colorWhat are the elements of a tint?Pure hue plus white