TEN written exam

Question Answer
What is a .1 Blue
What is a .2 Violet
What is a .3 Gold
What is a .4 Copper
What is a .5 Red Violet
What is a .6 Red
What is a .7 Green
What is a .8 Mocha
What is N Natural
What is the underlying pigment at a level 10 Pale yellow
What is the underlying pigment at a level 9 Yellow
What is the underlying pigment at a level 8 Orange Yellow
What is the underlying pigment in a level 7? Orange
What is the underlying pigment in a level 6? Red orange
What is the underlying pigment in levels 1-5? Red
What will cancel out Blue? Copper
What will cancel out green? Red
What will cancel out gold? Violet
What will cancel out Copper? Blue
What will cancel out Red? Green
What will cancel out Violet? Gold
What is the 1st service standard? Superior Condition
What is the 2nd service standard? Consultation Service
What is the 3rd service standard? Custom Color/Cut
What is the 4th service standard? Value-Added Service
What is the 6th service standard? Pre-booking service
1st step in the consultation service wheel? Greeting and Welcome
2nd step in the consultation service wheel? Consultation
3rd step in the consultation service wheel? Pricing
4th set of the consultation service wheel Formulation
5th step of the consultation wheel? Application and Technique
6th step in the consultation wheel? Value added service
7th step in the consultation wheel? Home Care
8th step in the consultation wheel? Pre-booking
9th step in the consultation wheel? Shampoo/Gloss/Treatment
10th step in the consultation wheel? Finish/Style/Makeup
What does the A stand for in Sassoon cutting? Lines
What does the B stand for in the Sassoon cutting? Graduation
What does the C stand for in Sassoon cutting? Layers
What are the 3 shapes in a haircut? Triangle, Square, Circle
Graduation is the build up of what? Weight
What do layers do? Removal of weight
What does the round shape do? Will complement flatter planes by directing fullness towards the back of the head away from the place to broaden a narrow face
What will a square shape do? Will compensate for the natural roundness of the head by building corners
Triangular Will flatten the back of the head by directing fullness towards the face and narrow a wide face
How are lines cut? All the sections are cut to the same plane allowing the hair to fall into its natural growth. A line is cut without the use of elevation
How do you cut graduation? A build up of weight. The amount is determined by the use of elevation. This can create both internal and external shapes
How do you cut Layers? A removal of weight, created by holding the hair out from the head at a 90 degree angle or higher. This technique controls the movement and texture of the hair.
What is a Round shape? A fluid shape descending from the front toward the back
What is a square shape? A shape designed to balance the roundness of the head with corners, reaching equal lengths in the front and the back.
What is a triangular shape? A shape that progressively very descends from the back toward the front.
What is over direction of shape? To direct the hair away from the positioning which it would naturally fall. Over direction defines the shape being created
What is elevation? To lift the hair away from the head shape. Elevation defines the shape being used.
What is Tension? The degree of stress placed on the hair. Tension to s a major factor in determining the characteristic of the line.
What is the Cutting Angle? The angle that is being cut into the hair and how it relates to the bone structure and therefore the desired result.
Vertical section Tendency to remove weight.
Diagonal sections? Direction of weight follow angle of sections
Horizontal sections? Major contributor in building weight
1st standard for hair cutting execution? Work cleanly
2nd standard for hair cutting execution Stand properly
3rd standard for hair cutting? Section precisely
4th standard for hair cutting execution? Consistent tension
5th standard For hair cutting execution? Consistent finger position
6th standard for hair cutting execution? Correct head and body positioning of the guest
Technique-Lines All the sections are cut to the same plane allowing the hair to fall into its natural growth. A line is cut whiteout the use of elevation, tension or over direction.
Technique-Graduation A build up of weight. The amount is determined by the use of elevation. This can create both internal and external shapes.
Technique-Layers A removal of weight, created by holding the hair out from the head at a 90 degree angle or higher. This technique controls the movement and the texture of the hair.
Elevation To lift the hair away from the head shape. Elevation defines the technique being used.
Tension The degree of stress placed on the hair. Tension is a major factor in determining the characteristic of the line.
Cutting Angle The angle that is being cut into the hair and how it relates to the bone structure and therefore the desired result.
Over direction To direct the hair away from the position in which it would naturally fall. Over direction controls the length and creates the shape.A major factor in creating the shape is determined by body position
Over direction-Round No over direction
Over direction- Square Over direction to the previous part
Over direction-Triangle Over direct to the first section
Ionene G Complex Multi-dimensional conditioning palmar that goes directly to the core of the hair strand, it looks for negative space and fills them in, when it comes back to the surface it teams up with the incell complex and creates a ton of shine
La??OrA©al refers to the hair strand in 3 different zones Zone A- surfaceZone B- cuticle (between 7-14 layers)Zone C- cortexThey dona??t refer to the medulla because some people dona??t even have one in their hair strand
What creates the mochas in levels 4,5 and 6 Red, Violet, Blue
What creates the mochas in levels 7 & 8 Blue, Green and Yellow
Majirel Extra Coverage series NN seriesStrictly used with 20 volSuper matteCrime/gel smooth consistency Gel penetrates deeper to allow creamer to get to the coreAdvised to use alone- will a??browna?? out anything you mix with itconsistency
Majirel Cool Cover 100% grey coverage-will look 1/2 shade darkerThe blue is a longer lasting molecule with longer lasting tonal valueThe .3 in this line has a neutral finish with just a taste of gold
Majirouge (all reds) 1/2 the formula with gold in it is to be mixed with majirouge for grey coverage1/2 N is to be added to tone down reds
Maji-Lumax Can be mixed with other colorsHas direct and indirect dyesFades true to toneMix with another double tone warm shade to either enhance warmth or cover grey
Maji-Rubaline Longer lasting reds100% grey coverage Not a screaming vibrant redLonger lasting red-6-8 weeks
Maji-Carmaline The shape of the molecule that keeps red in- most are sphere or linear shaped this was is shaped like a star fish and stays in rather then slipping outDO NOT MIX with other cool tones or natural
Magi-Mixers Blue, Green, violet, Red and CopperMix 10% of your formula Blu, green and violets do not make fashion shades-do not put straight on hairMix color first before adding developer
Majilift For levels 1-41:2 mixing ratioGentle grey coverage (Blends, May cover up to 30%)601-Blue undertone607-Green undertone600-Mo tones
Majirel highlift 1:2 mixing ratioFor levels 5-9Up to 4.5 levels of lift Do not mix super charge maji blonde with high lift only because it will eat the other pigment in high lift and give warm resultsqMix with 30 or 40 vol, 55 min processing timeMaji blonde-more ammo
Majimeche 5 levels of lift, ammonia free, for warmer blondesMix 1:1:1Knead packet first to activate oleosphere conditioning agentsDoes not swell or bleed, levels of lift controlled by developer usedProcessing time 35 minDo not put directly on scalp
Platinum and Platinum plus Up to 8 levels of lift, compact crime, platinum plus has ammonia and is 25% fasterUp to 1:4 mixing ratioNutriceride replenishes lipids within the hair, conditioning liftDoes not swellMake sure it doesna??t harden because it seals itself off
Multi Technique Fastest lightener-does majority of lift in the first 25 minBlue baseDoes expandUp to 8 levels of lift
Free hand technique Up to 6 levels of liftGo over wet or dryWhere you place it is where it staysLower ammonia Up to 50 min processing timeIf you are having difficulty with lifting it is due to not saturating enough and application
Sun kissed lightening oil 1:2 mixing ratioAmmonia freeIs not t made to put in foilsConstantly need to be a??workinga?? it to see resultsYou can mix DiaRichesse or Dia high visibility to bump up the hair a little bit while adding tone20 or 30 vol
Effasol Does not remove direct dye or look aidActivated by heat or friction, NO DRYERGoes after artificial color but can lift new growth so be carefulThis is an actual color remover not a color reducerGo with the cuticle of the hair and start with the darkest
INOA 1:1 mixing ratio- only use INOA developer Means Innovative No AmmoniaODS- oil delivery system- oil sits on top of the cuticle as it processesUse INOA post to rinse out and use luke warm watet
DiaRichesse Do Not used to precolor hair9vol to darken 4 level or deposit, 15 vol 1.5 level of lift, 6 vol doesna??t really do anything so dona??t use 70%grey coverageAlkaline hair color needs oxygen to processIta??s a drmichowever it does sometimes go to the cut
DiaLight Deposit only-Sensitized hairAcid based, pH level is at 5.5/6.0 whereas hair is 4.5/5.5Will not cover grey2-20 minutes-when glossing use 6 vol and watch9-15 vol for pre-coloring when you see the tone you want to see rinse
High Visibility No level, boosts tone9 or 15 volBlended direct or indirect dyesAdds vibrancyMixing ratio: can add up to half of the formula
Primary colors Red, Blue, Yellow
Secondary colors Orange, Green, Violet
Tertiary colors Red-orange, Yellow-orange, Yellow-green, Blue-green, Blue-Violet,, Red-Vioket
Standards of hair color application Work CleanlyStand Properly Section preciselyFormulate accurately Apply evenlyRemix frequently
Color techniques Re-touchRe-touch-Re-establish Virgin LighterVirgin DarkerAlternative VirginLightening and ToningToningBalayageShoe ShineCirclesColor MeltingColor BlockingGlossingHighlightsShinelineSlices TipsSinglesBack to Back slices Color CleansingO
Value Contrast Value contrast is most evident when black is next to white, and when light values from one end of the grey scale are next to dark values from the other end. A black and white photograph is readable because of grey value contrasts
Simultaneous contrast Occurs when two pure complimentary colors are placed side by side. Each will appear brighter than when placed next to any other hues. Visual vibration might occur
Contrast in Shape Occurs when organic shapes are placed in a geometric environment. Or in an opposite way, a building in a landscape will produce shape contrast, as will a person in a city street
Temperature contrast Refers to the contrast of warm and cooler colors. If small warm areas are placed in dominantly cool painting, temperature contrast is evident
Using contrast to create effect-minimize On finer textured hair that can appear transparent near the ends, a darker panel of color underneath will minimize the transparent appearance. Adding lighter colors in contrast to the darker foundation will create the illusion of fullness and thickness
Using contrast to create effect-emphasize Contrast can be used to emphasize elements of a haircut shape by placing lighter brighter colors or lighter tones of the same color where we would like our eye to rest
Using contrast to create effect-dramatize Contrast can be used to dramatize the overall effect of the hair color by placing colors of varying intensity next to one another, using two, three or four colors. Colors can be within the same tonal family or complementary colors of varying intensity
Ways to color fringe BorderShine lineHorizontal highlights/slices Vertical highlights/slicesDiagonal leftDiagonal rightTwo tone Three toneColor melted Tips
Ways to color a Bob Vertical highlights/lowlights. Tri-toneHorizontal highlights/lowlights. Face FrameDiagonal left highlights. BorderDiagonal right highlights Shine line Diagonal left slices

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