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Human Services, Grade 9 - 12, Hair Coloring, 2009

1.) Identify primary, secondary, and tertiary hues on a color wheel.

2.) Interpret laws of color theory, with regard to base colors, levels, and tones.

3.) Distinguish among factors that influence color selection.

Examples: color harmony, skin tone, complexion, computer imaging

4.) Describe possible reactions to various hair coloring chemicals.

5.) Compare characteristics and qualities of hair coloring developers.

6.) Identify classifications of hair coloring.

7.) Analyze skin tones to determine compatibility to hair color.

8.) Demonstrate safety procedures used prior to hair coloring.

•  Practicing patch and strand tests
•  Using a cosmetology record card
9.) Differentiate among temporary, demi-permanent, semi-permanent, and permanent hair coloring techniques.

10.) Describe techniques for performing hair lightening, special effects, and corrective hair coloring.

11.) Differentiate among types of products used for various classifications of hair coloring.

12.) Analyze hair and scalp to determine types of hair color application.

13.) Demonstrate temporary, semi-permanent, demi-permanent, and permanent hair coloring techniques.

14.) Demonstrate techniques for performing hair lightening, special effects, and corrective hair coloring.

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