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Hair Coloring Ch. 21

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Across
  1. 2. Also known as quick lightners, can't be used directly on the scalp
  2. 4. A base color often used to cover gray hair
  3. 5. What hair porosity has the cuticle lifted?
  4. 6. A hair color that only lasts one wash
  5. 7. Base color is the ________ tone of a color
  6. 12. What melanin makes the hair blond or red?
  7. 15. What texture of hair takes the longest to process?
  8. 16. An intermediate color achieved by mixing a secondary and a primary color
  9. 17. Also known as hue
  10. 18. Colors positioned directly across from each other on the color wheel
  11. 19. __________ pigment is also known as undertone.
  12. 20. A chemical compound that lightens hair by decolorizing the hair
  13. 21. Temporary and Semipermanent colors are classified as...
  14. 24. ____ is also known as a predisposition test to identify an allergy to the color
  15. 26. The system for understanding color relationships
  16. 28. A color obtained by mixing equal parts of two primary colors
  17. 29. The strength of a color
  18. 30. The color that brings darkness and depth to any color
Down
  1. 1. What layer of the hair contains melanin
  2. 3. What colors on the color wheel are pure/fundamental?
  3. 5. H2O2
  4. 8. A hair color also known as no-lift, deposit-only color
  5. 9. A hair color that lifts and deposits
  6. 10. What level is the darkest?
  7. 11. A hair color that lasts 4-6 washes (also known as fashion colors)
  8. 13. Hair colors also known as progressive haircolors
  9. 14. _______ Measures the concentration and strength of H2O2
  10. 17. A hair color used on prelightened hair for pale or delicate colors
  11. 19. The most important part of a color service is the_______
  12. 22. The diameter of an individual hair strand
  13. 23. What melanin makes black or brown colors?
  14. 24. The hair's ability to absorb moisture
  15. 25. The standard volume of developer
  16. 27. The unit of measurement used to identify the lightness or darkness of a color