Type
Crossword
Description

also known as a booster activators
contain small,uncolored dyes that combine with hydrogen peroxide to form larger,permanent dye molecules within the cortex aniline derivatives
also known as free-form technique; painting a lightener baliage
predominant tone of color base color
coloring technique using a cap to highlite the hair cap technique
equalize porosity and deposit color in one application to provide a uniform contributing pigment on pre-lightened hair color fillers
a primary and secondary color positioned directly opposite each other on the color wheel complementary colors
used to recondition damaged,overly porous hair and equalize porosity so that hair accepts color evenly conditioner fillers
also known as a undertone contributing pigment
also known as a no lift deposit only color demipermanent haircolor
oxidizing agents or catalysts developers
also known as 2 step coloring double process application
used to equalize porosity fillers
highlighting technique that involves weaving or slicing coloring with a foil foil technique
a non-ammonia color that adds shine and tone to the hair glaze
( 2 words ) the natural color of the hair hair color
( 1 word ) a professional,industry-coined term referring to artificial haircolor haircolor
haircolor service that adds shine to the hair haircolor glaze
also known as bleaching or decolorized hair lightening
bleaching some strands lighter than the natural color to add a variety of lighter shades and the illusion of depth highlighting
colors prepared by combining permanent haircolor,hyrdogen peroxide,and shampoo highlighting shampoo
oxidizing agent that when mixed with color,supplies oxygen gas to develop the color molecules and create a change in natural hair color hydrogen peroxide developer
the strength of a color intensity
system for understanding color relationships law of color
the unit of measurement used to identify the lightness or darkness of a color level

milady chapter 16 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a non-ammonia color that adds shine and tone to hair Glaze
coloring technique requiring 2 separate procedures in which the hair is pre-lightened before the depositing color is applied to the hair double-process application
powdered presulfate salts added to haircolor to increase its lightening ability activators
predominant tone of a color base color
used to equalize porosity fillers
strength of color intensity
system for understanding color relationships law of color
common way to describe a haircolor service that adds shine and color to the hair haircolor glaze
colors prepared by combining permanent haircolor, hydrogen peroxide, and shampoo highlighting shampoo
(two words) the natural color of hair Hair color
first time hair is colored virgin application
any technique that involves partial lightening or coloring special effects haircoloring
balance of color Tone
system that colorists use to determine the lightness/darkness of a hair color Level system
measures the concentration and strength of hydrogen peroxide Volume
color obtained by mixing equal parts of two primary colors secondary color

Chapter 21 Haircoloring Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Also known as boosters, protinators, or accelerators Activators
Contain small, uncolored dyes that combine with hydrogen peroxide to form larger, permanent dye molecules in the cortex aniline derivaties
Also known as free-form technique Baliage
predominant tone of color base color
lightening technique that involves pulling clean, dry strands of hair through a cap cap technique
equalize porosity and deposit color in one application color fillers
primary and secondary colors opposite of each other on the color wheel complementary colors
used to recondition damaged, overly porous hair and equalize porosity conditioner fillers
also known as undertone contributing pigment
also known as no-lift deposit only color demipermanent
also known as oxidizing agents or catalysts developers
also known as two-step coloring double-process application
used to equalize porosity fillers
highlighting technique that involves coloring selected stands of hair by slicing and weaving foil technique
non-ammonia color that adds shine and tone to the hair glaze
natural color of the hair hair color
artificial haircolor products and services haircolor
haircolor service that adds shine and color to the hair haircolor glaze
also known as bleaching or decolorizing hair lightening
color some strands lighter than the natural color highlighting
combining permanent haircolor, hydrogen peroxide and shampoo highlighting shampoo
oxidizing agent that when mixed with oxidation haircolor, supplies the necessary oxygen to develop color molecules to create change in natural hair color hydrogen peroxide developer
strength of a color intensity
system of understanding the color relationships law of color
unit of measurement used to identify the lightness or darkness of a color level
system that colorist use to determine the lightness or darkness of a color level system
chemical compounds that lighten hair lightners
visible line separating colored hair and new growth line of demarcation
also known as progressive haircolors metallic haircolors

Haircoloring Chapter 21 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

success
slicing
weaving
toners
prelightening
permanent
patch test
on the scalp
off the scalp
new growth
melanin
metallics
demarcation
level system
level
law of color
intensity
hydrogen peroxide
lightening
hair color
glaze
fillers
double process
developer
demipermanent
contributing pigment
conditioner fillers
complementary
color fillers
cap technique
base color
baliage
foil technique
aniline derivative

Color Theory Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Color tool used to apply a thick or creamy consistency Color brush
The vividness, brightness, or saturation of a color Intensity
Colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel Complementary
A primary and secondary color mixed in varying proportions Tertiary colors
Characteristics of the color rather than the depth Tone
Most commonly used developer or oxidizing agent Hydrogen peroxide
Color design principle that can draw attention away from the texture of a design and focus on the silhouette Progression
Degree of lightness and darkness Level
Product used before a color service to provide an even base Filler
The three levels of observation are basic, detail and: Abstract
Used to comb and part the hair Tail comb
Brown/black pigment Eumelanin
Chemical reaction that causes the natural hair to decolonize Oxidation
Vegetable dye that produces reddish highlights Henna
Color tool commonly used to apply color products with a liquid consistency Applicator bottle
The protein that hair is made of Keratin
Red, yellow, blue Primary colors
The tonal value that the natural hair contributes as it lightens NRP
Process that involves lightening the hair and then recoloring to the desired color result Double process
Color formula applied after pre-lightening, double process, or whenever hair color needs to be modified Toner
Red/yellow pigment Pheomelanin
Tool commonly used when highlighted Foils
Colors that coat the surface of the cuticle and do not enter the cortex Temporary
Two primary colors mixed together Secondary
Type of porosity that may take longer to absorb color Resistant

Chapter 21 Haircutting Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

aka booster activators
contain small, uncolored dyes anline derivatives
aka free-form techniques baliage
predominant tone of a color base color
thin plastic or metal hook cap technique
pre-lightened hair color fillers
color wheel complementary colors
scalp-to-ends conditioner fillers
aka undertone contributing pigment
aka no-lift deposit-only color demipermanent haircolor
aka oxidizing agents or catalysts developers
aka two-step coloring double-process application
used to equalize porosity fillers
highlighting technique foil technique
non-ammonia color glaze
natural color of hair hair color
artifical haircolor haircolor
adds shine and color haircolor glaze
aka bleaching or decolorizing hair lightening
add a variety of lighter shades highlighting
combining permanent haircolor highlighting shampoo
create a change in natural hair color hydrogen peroxide developer
strength of color intensity
understanding color relationships law of color

Chapter 21 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

, Also known as undertone; the varying degrees of warmth exposed during a permanent color or lightening process. Contributing pigment
Also known as as no-lift deposit-only color; formulated to deposited but not lift natural hair color. Demipermanent haircolors
Also known as oxidizing agents or catalysts; when mixed with an oxidation haircolor, supplies the necessary oxygen gas to develop color molecules and create a change in hair color. developers
Also known as two-step coloring; a coloring technique requiring two separate procedures in which the hair is pre-lightened before the depositing color is applied to the hair. double process application
Used to equalize porosity. fillers
Highlighting technique that involves coloring selected strands of hair by slicing or weaving out sections, placing then on foil or plastic wrap, applying lightener or permanent haircolor, and then sealing them in the foil or plastic wrap, applying lightener or permanent haircolor, and them sealing them in the foil or plastic wrap. Foil technique
A non-ammonia color that adds shine and tone to the hair. glaze
The natural color of hair. Hair color
A professional, industry-coined term referring to artificial haircolor products and services. haircolor
Common way to describe a haircolor service that adds shine and color to the hair. haircolor gaze
Also known as bleaching or decolorizing; chemical process involving the diffusion of the natural hair color pigment or artificial haircolor from the hair. hair lightening
Colors prepared by combining permanent haircolor, hydrogen peroxide, and shampoo. highlighting shampoo
Oxidizing agent that, when mixed with an oxidation haircolor, supplies the necessary oxygen gas to develop the color molecules and create a change in natural hair color. hydrogen peroxide developer
The strength of a color. Intensity
System for understanding color relationships. law of color
The unit of measurement used to identify the lightness or darkness of a color. level
System that colorists use to determine the lightness or darkness of a hair color. level system
Chemical compounds that lighten hair hair by dispersing, dissolving, and decolorizing the natural hair pigment. lighteners
Visible line separating colored hair from from the new growth. line of demarcation
Also know as progressive haircolors; haircolors containing metal salts that change hair color gradually by progressive buildup and exposure to air creating a dull, metallic appearance metallic haircolors
Combination of natural hair color that contains both pheomelanin and eumelanin. mixed melanin
Also known as vegetable haircolors; colors such as henna, obtained from the leaves or bark of plants. natural haircolors

Haircoloring Pt2 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An arrangement of hair colors on a scale of 1 to 10 with 1 being black and 10 being lightest blond. Used by manufacturers as a formulation and selection tool Levelsystem
The ability of a product to lighten the natural color of the hair Lift
Line resulting from overlapping of coloring products. also line resulting from regrowth of original shade. May cause a darker line at overlap, contributes to breakage. Lineofdemarcation
Keratin substance forming pigment in the skin and hair Melanin
Chemical, usually Hydrogen peroxide, used to make haircolor longer lasting; fixative Mordant
Extending the application of a retouch beyond the line of demarcation, onto previously colored-treated hair Overlapping
Chemical reaction occurring when a chemical reacts with oxygen, either ambient or from and oxidizing agent such as Hydrogen peroxide Oxidation
AKA Skin Test, Allergy Test, Predisposition Test, Sensitivity Test. Determines possible allergic response to a chemical Patchtest
Potential Hydrogen. Measured on a logarithmic scale from 0-14 with 7 being neutral, 0-7 being acidic, and 7-14 being alkaline pH
Artificial color family with a blue-violet base Platinum
Ability of the hair to absorb moisture. Consideration in the application of haircolor. Usually requires less processing time, may need a filler Porosity
Bleaching prior to toner application to increase the hairs porosity and lighten the hair Presoftening
True colors that can not be created from other colors. Red, Yellow, and Blue Pirmarycolors
Time during which the hair reacts to the applied chemicals Processingtime
Procedure in which regrowth is blended to the previous tint Retouch
Created by mixing equal amounts of two primary colors. Green, Violet, Orange Secondarycolors
Non-oxidation color. Aniline derivative, mild alkaline pH. No mixing, no peroxide, no lift, deposit only, self penetrating. Lasts 6-8 shampoos, slowly fades out, patch test needed. semipermanentcolor
Powder product and peroxide used in frosting, foiling. Good control but dries fast. Very caustic. Speedbleach
Lasts from shampoo to shampoo, acidic. Coats the hair hair but does not penetrate, deposit only, no lift. Temporaryhaircolor
Created by mixing primary with adjacent secondary Tertiarycolor
Analine derivative product that will lighten and deposit in a single application, with proper formulation. Often accompanied by Hydrogen peroxide as a developer Tint
Procedure in which hair is returned to an artificial shade matching the natural color Tintback
Tint of a very pale, delicate shade, used to balance the color of beached hair Toner
Hair color exhibiting the presence of red and gold tones Warm

Chapter 21 Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Separates colored hair from new growth Line of demarcation
Predominant tone of a color Base color
Creates change in hair color Developers
Adds shine and tone to the hair Glaze
The strength of a color Intensity
Used to identify lightness or darkness of a color Level
Chemical compounds that lighten hair by dispensing Lighteners
Henna Natural Haircolor
Lasts through several shampoos Semipermanent
Balance of color Tone
Gives hair a pale color Toners
First time hair is colored Virgin Application
Measures concentration of hydrogen peroxide Volume
Zig-zag motion creates highlights Weaving
Painting a lightener directly onto clean hair Baliage

Ch. 21 Haircolor vocab review part 2 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

system that colorists use to determine the lightness or darkness of a hair color level system
lightens hair by decolorizing the natural hair pigment lighteners
visible line separating colored hair from new growth line of demarcation
progressive haircolors that contain metal salts metallic haircolors
combination of natural hair coor that contain both pheomelanin and eumelanin mixed melanin
also known as vegetable haircolors natural haircolors
the part of the hair shaft between the scalp and the hair that has been previously colored new growth
also known as quick lighteners powdered lighteners that cannot be used on the scalp off the scalp lighteners
lighteners that can be used directly on the scalp on the scalp lighteners
predisposition test patch test
lightens and deposits colors at the same time in a single process permanent haircolors
first step of double-process haircoloring prelightening
process of treating gray or very resistant hair to allow for better penetration of color presoftening
red,yellow, and blue are your... primary colors
hair type that is difficult for moisture of chemicals to penetrate and requires longer processing time resistant
known as lowlighting reverse highlighting
color obtained by mixing equal parts of two primary colors secondary color
no lift deposit only non oxidation haircolor semipermanent haircolor
process that lightens and deposits color in the hair in a a single application single process haircoloring
equal parts of color and shampoo mixed together used for the hair ends soap cap
partial lightening or coloring special effects haircoloring
determines how the hair will turn out you should do this before each color strand test
Halloween hairspray, hair chalk, colored gel temporary haircolor
intermediate color achieved by mixing a secondary color and it's neighboring primary color on the color wheel in equal amounts tertiary color
also known as hue tone
semi and demi , and permanent haircolor products used primarily on pre-lightened hair to achieve pale and delicate colors toners
first time hair is colored virgin application
measures the concentration and strength of hydrogen peroxide volume

Cosmetology Haircolor Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

virgin application
semipermanent
tertiary colors
weaving
Toners
Volume
strand test
Mixed melanin
Metallic haircolors
Line of demarcation
Level system
Level
Law of color
Tone
Intensity
Hydrogen peroxide
Highlighting
Hair lightening
Haircolor glaze
Haircolor
Glaze
Foil
Fillers
Double process
Developers
demipermant
contributing pigment
conditioner fillers
complementary colors
color fillers
cap
base color
baliage
analine deriatives
Activators