Cosmetology Pivot Point - color
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Which of the following color are considered the 3 pure colors?
a. red, blue, and yellow
b. purple, yellow, green
c. blue, yellow, orange
d. purple, red, green
The tone of a hair color can be described as:
a. warm, cool, neutral
If a client's hair and skin coloring falls into yellow, red, or orange category, it would be classified as:
An application of which of the following complementary color categories would help neutralize or correct brassiness/orange tones in hair color?
Which hair color level is the lightest?
Which primary color is the darkest?
Whenever hair colors are applied, the final result is based on the existing/contributing pigment and the:
Artificial pigment applied
Red hair color would be determined due to a:
dense concentration of pheomelanin
If a client is approx. 25%-30% gray, apply a color:
1 level lighter than desired shade
If the hair is more resistant to color, the hair may need to be:
prelightened or pre-softened
In artificial hair coloring, the predominant tone is known as the:
Fine hair, which is generally less resistant, my appear to process in what manner when color is deposited?
If the hair color accepts easily, it has:
Which type of porosity may take longer to absorb hair color?
What hair color product can't lighten, but it can deposit color, has a slightly alkaline pH, and won't leave a line of demarcation?
The condition in which the cuticle is lifted or missing is:
Why are color molecules able to penetrate the cuticle layer of the hair when using semi-permanent products v. temporary colors?
color molecules are smaller in size
Which color products are available, but their use is discouraged?
metallic and compound dyes
Demi-Permanent hair color uses what to develop the color molecules and aid in color processing?
Low Volume Hydrogen Peroxide
What color product can add tone, deposit color, and last 4-6 weeks, but not lift existing natural haircolor?
Permanent hair colors are mixed with?
Which hair color product can lift and deposit in one process?
Permanent colors containing para-dyes would fall into what color category?
After initial application of oxidative color what happens?
the hairstand swells
In the permanent color procedure, the small colored molecules enter the hair with the aid of which alkaline substance?
High lift tints are mixed with what developer volume?
Lighteners, Toners, Demi-Permanent Colors and Permanent Colors are mixed with what oxidizing agent?
Which type of mixing bowl may cause hydrogen peroxide to weaken?
Peroxide can act as an oxidizer and lift or subtract color when activated by
a higher pH substance
Lighteners utilize ingredients such as ammonia and peroxide to penetrate the cortex and:
cause melanin to break down
What can be mixed with a cream on-the-scalp lightener to speed the process?
Which lightens hair faster? On-the-scalp lightener or Off-the-scalp lightener?
What can affect the decolorization process?
the amount of natural pigment
What base toner would be used to produce a neutral blonde on pre-lightened pale yellow hair?
What technique involves lightening the hair and then recoloring to the desired tone?
Dimensional coloring that uses a darker color than the natural hair color on selected strands is referred to as?
The amount and density of the strands selected during the cap technique in hair coloring will determine:
if the effect will be bold or subtle
Overlapping lightener during a retouch service could:
Once a color formula has been mixed, leftover color should be:
A predisposition (skin patch) test for all products containing an aniline derivative ingredient is a requirement from the:
U.S. Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetics Act
If redness and swelling are found around the test area during the patch test the client should:
stop the service and seek medical help
Non-oxidative colors should be applied on
clean, towel-dried hair
Why does the base area lighten faster when using a midstrand-to-ends then base (lighter result) technique?
additional body-heat at the base area
What partings are generally used for a double process technique?
In a double-process after rinsing and checking for scalp abrasions you should,
mix and apply toner
Why would a color result be too light?
the color formula was too light
A hair color removal technique would be needed if the color services results were
What could be done to solve the problem of insufficient gray coverage?
choosing a darker color
70% alcohol on the hairstrand for 5-7mins can remove
The vividness, brightness or saturation of a color is referred to as:
Colors found opposite of each other on the color wheel are called
What color design principle can draw attention away from the texture of a design and focus on the silhouette?
Texture of a design can be emphasized or de-emphasized based on
Selective color placement in a specific area can create a
3 levels of observation
basic, detail, abstract
Which design principle changes from one color to another repeatedly?
Which design principle refers to ascending or descending colors?
Which design principle repeats on color in a given area?
Which design principle creates a relationship of opposites?
When applying color to a client with 75% gray, apply a color
1 level darker than the desired shade
Resistant porosity means that the cuticles are
Clients with long hair can have
Non-oxidative color that has large color molecules and small color molecules (that penetrate the cuticle and enter the cortex) is called?
Fillers are used to
replace missing primary color
On-the-scalp lighteners have a pH of
Developers have a pH of
Dark hair goes through how many stages of lightening or degrees of decolorization?
The BEARS, VIKINGS, and the MINNESOTA WILD team colors are all examples of
neutralizing color combinations
20vol hydrogen peroxide will generally lift the hair
Demi-permanent color lasts
Permanent hair color is often referred to as
oxidative tints with ammonia
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