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QuestionAnswer
longest to process coarse textured hair
porosity ability to absorb moisture
high porosity porous and takes color quickly
level the unit of measurment used to identify the lightness or darkness of a hair color
what colors look darker cool tones look darker
colors with warm tones red
what does violet base get rid of yellow
complementary colors positioned directly opposite each other on the color wheel
patch test is not needed for temporary hair color
most common developer hydrogen peroxide
standard volume developer 20-volume used with permanit color
one step color service with 40 volume maximun lift
most critical part of a color service consultation
nape area at the back part of the neck
guide section of hair that determines the length the hair will be cut
horizontal lines build weight
what type of lines in a hair cut build weight veritcal lines
section dividing the hair in parts
degrees creates graduation and layers
elevation projecting or lifting
hair that reqires less elevation curly
traveling guide moveable guideline
sationary guidlines do not move
natural falling position direction in which the hair grows from the scalp
texture based on thickness or diameter of each hair strand
hair density thin, medium, thick
wave pattern amount of movement in hair
tension amount of pressure applied when combing sections
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