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Cosmetology: Fun with color

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Review of chapter 21 in Malady Standard Cosmetology

Created Date 11.07.19
Last Updated 11.11.19
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  • Fine hair takes color faster and can look darker because the melanin granules are grouped ______.
  • Clients who have their hair colored usually visit the salon every ______ weeks.
  • Hair texture is determined by the diameter of individual hair ______.
  • ______ is a professional, industry-coined term referring to artificial haircoloring products and services
  • The natural coloring pigment found in the cortex layer of the hair is______.
  • The cuticle of the hair protects the interior cortex layer and contributes up to ______ percent to the overall strength of the hair.
  • Permed, colored, chemically relaxed, and straightened hair will have a ______ degree of porosity.
  • The ______ of the client's hair and the desired results determine which haircolor to use.
  • The cortex, or middle layer of each hair, gives the hair the majority of its strength and elasticity, and contributes about ______ percent to the overall strength of the hair.
  • What type of melanin gives black and brown color to the hair?
  • The hair type with a large diameter that can take longer to process hair color is______.
  • To test for porosity, take several strands from four different areas of the head: the front hairline, the temple, the crown and the ______.
  • The ability of the hair to absorb moisture is known as ______.
  • When the cuticle is tight and the hair is resistant, it is difficult for moisture or chemicals to penetrate. What term describes this condition?
  • What unit of measurement identifies the lightness or darkness of a color, or the saturation, density, or concentration of color?
  • What is one of the most valuable tools for identifying the natural level in the hair?
  • When the cuticle is lifted and the hair is overly porous and color quickly, the hair would be said to have ______.
  • What product is used to raise the cuticle of the hair so that tint can penetrate into the cortex?
  • Which type of haircolor product uses the largest pigment monecules?
  • Contributing pigment, also known as ______, is the varying degrees of warmth exposed during a permanent color or lightening process.
  • The haircolor that partially penetrates the hair shaft and stains the cuticle layer, slowly fading with each shampoo, is known as ______.
  • ______ is described as a property of objects that depends on the light they reflect and is perceived (by the human eye) as red, yellow, blue, or other shades.
  • Haircolor that is ideal for covering unpigmented hair, refreshing faded permanent color, depositing tonal changes without lifting, and corrective coloring is______.
  • What type of melanin gives blond and red colors to the hair?
  • The darkest hair colors in the level system are identified as being a level ______, while the lightest hair colors in the level system are ______.
  • The system used by colorists to analyze the lightness or darkness of a hair color is ______.
  • Primary and secondary colors that are positioned opposite each other on the color wheel are ______.
  • The primary color that brings depth or darkness to any color is ______.
  • Fundamental or pure colors that cannot be achieved from a mixture are known as ______.
  • The system used for understanding color relationships is the ______.
  • When all three primary colors are present in equal proportions, the resulting color is ______.
  • A color obtained by mixing equal parts of two primary colors is a ______.
  • A color achieved by mixing equal parts of a secondary color and its neighboring primary color on the color wheel is a ______.
  • Colors with a predominance of blue are ______ colors, whereas colors with a predominance of red and/or yellow are ______ colors.
  • Neutral base colors are often used to ______.
  • The hue or balance of color seen in the hair is referred to as ______.
  • ______ tones absorb more light; therefore they look deeper than their actual level.
  • Tones can be described as cool, warm, or ______.
  • ______ tones reflect more light, therefore they look lighter than their actual level.
  • Haircolor that remains in the hair shaft and cannot be easily shampooed out is called ______.