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Red orange yellow, are examples of:

Warm colors

1

Visible light makes up what % of the sun rays.

12%

2

Which of the following colors of hair has no melanin:

White

3

Blonde yellow and red tones come from

Oxymelanin

4

Basic or true colors that are not created by combining other colors are called

Primary colors

5

Green violet and orange are examples of

Secondary colors

6

Two colors situated directly across from each other on the color wheel are called

Complimentary colors

7

Cool colors are also know as

Ash or drab

8

The degree of lightness or darkness is referred to as

Level

9

Which of the following types of hair color should never be used

Metallic dyes

10

Natural hair color is found in the hairs... What layer

Cortex layer

11

Melanin, the most common type of pigment, gives hair shades from

Black to brown

12

All natural hair colors from light blonde to jet black are

The ratio of melanin to oxymelanin

13

When mixed together, colors situated directly across from each other on the color wheel will always

Neutralize each other

14

The natural pigment responsible for the hairs color is called

Melanin

15

Lighteners are used to lighten hair or

To prepare the hair for toner

16

Since hydrogen peroxide causes oxidation reactions it is called an

Oxidizer

17

Which of the following would be the best when mixing hydrogen peroxide?
Glass
Metal
Aluminum
All of the above

Glass

18

Bleaching hair increases the hair

Porosity

19

To determine the correct processing time and results you should always perform a

Strand test

20

Always apply hair color to wet hair

True or false

False

21

When performing a hair lightening retouch the best lightener to use would be a

Cream lightener

22

What should always be used to stop creeping oxidation

An acid rinse

23

Which of the following should always be used following a bleaching

An acid shampoo

24

The three types of hair color, temporary, semi permanent, and permanent indicate the colors

Stability

25

Temporary colors coat the hairs

Cuticle layer

26

Hair is bleached or lightened by decolorizing the

Melanin

27

Temporary color products make the hair lighter than its original color

True or false

False

28

Better results are obtained with semi-permanent tints if the hair is:

Slightly porous

29

Greater affinity or stability means longer lasting color

True or false

True