A lot of you have continued to have problems . . . . .understanding and conquering your problems with DURP. Which is why I am going to bring you another Bloggers's interpretation of the subject, maybe hearing it from a different POV it will help. Please ask questions at the end if you still don't understand -
NO QUESTION IS A BAD QUESTION . . . please ask them in the group that is what it is there for!
World of Color
The Color Wheel
The color wheel, sometimes called the color star or circle,is an important tool used to manipulate color. (we have a hair related Color Wheel that you can purchase for a reasonable price )... As the subtractive color model is being used here, the primary colors are cyan, magenta and yellow.....or Blue-Red & Yellow. However, as pure cyan and magenta are difficult to achieve, the nearest colors, blue and red, are used. Most artists adopt this color palette, with red, yellow and blue as the primary colors.By combining these primary colors, the secondary colors become green (blue + yellow), orange (red + yellow) and violet (red + blue).
These can be arranged in a six-segment circle to form the color wheel .......see the image -----When exactly the same intensity of color is combined from the opposite side in the color wheel, they cancel each other out. Different strengths of color intensity will have a more subtle effect. So as you see in this graphic the purple and yellow are moving to the middle - where it is WHITE or they have cancelled each other OUT ! For example, adding violet to a predominantly yellow tone creates a mix of color that
The Color Wheel in Modern Hair ColoringThe color wheel has evolved with modern hair styling practice in order to fit in with the color systems and terminology in use today. To this end, different names are used for some of the colors.
These are more in keeping with the actual result of adding, for example, a blue tone to the hair.
The result in this case would be a toned-down matt finish, not bright blue hair!
Yellow = Gold
Orange = Copper
Red/Purple = Violet
Blue/Olive/Green = Matt
So what Sarah and I are trying to do is.........to get you all the base colors of the hair color lines we carry because if you can find a color or Toner with the OPPOSITE color of the one that is giving you the hard time.....like a Blue (or Cyan) Base for a Blorange tone, you would have your solution to the recently vey famous BLORANGE problems many of you are having. I am very excited with all the new Schwartzkopf Hair Colors we have and are acquiring in the near future.
Won't that be nice ?
Check out these New hair colors AND these Highlift Blondes PLUS the E-O is a Blond Booster which you can add to the highlift for 1 additional Level of Lift of the hair !
Be sure to join our Group so you may begin learning how to care for your own hair's health and hair's color.........
We have a whole new section added to the store regarding the new BLONDES from them.
This is the first of some new unique Hair Colors and I have used them personally and am thoroughly impressed