35 terms

milady chapter 19

primary colors
three pure colors
heart-shaped face
represented as a wider forehead with a narrow jaw and chinline
vibrancy of color
to creat an outline, especially of a curving or irregular figure or shape
secondary colors
orange, green, and violet
diamond-shape face
width through the cheekbones, narrow forehead, chin and jaw line
warmth or coolness of a color
analog color schemes
use three colors that are adjacent to each other on the color wheel
hue with black added
hue with white added
monochromatic color scheme
same color with variation in value and intensity throughout the entire makeup design
tertiary colors
result of mixing primary colors with their neighboring secondary color in equal proportions
triadic color scheme
use three colors located in a triangular position on the color wheel
lightness or darkness of a color
art of arranging light and dark so as to produce three dimensional shapes
colors directly across from each other on the color wheel, to achieve greatest amount of contrast
tones that are neither warm or cool
shading, meant to create a subtle effect
thin sculpted eyebrows
dramatic, mean, angry expression
classic eyebrows
symmetry and balance
horizontal eyebrows
sad, worried look
thin, high eyebrows
surprised expression
natural eyebrows
grow below the arch, eyes appear closed off
golden skin tone
yellow cast, light
olive skin tone
deep-set eyes
require very little contouring, as they are recessed
bright colors and soft shading
does not benefit bulging eyes
thin lips
drawing a line beyond the natural fullness of the lip, creates fuller appearance
most common foundation
light peach
foundation used for blue/violet undertones
width of an eye
wide-set eyes have a space between eyes greater than?
most common lip color
accentuates and defines shape of eyes
almond eyes
defining shape with a smudgy eyeline application over lids enhances?
translucent powder
combined with any foundation, doesnt add color