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Mixing and Designing New Colors

Mixing and Designing New Colors

Mixing and Designing New Colors

Yellow, Blue, and Red are the primary colors of the color wheel. From these you may create any color you can imagine. Mix primary colors together or with other Lights & Shades powder colors for the most exciting creative coloring you’ve ever done.

Note: The mixtures and colors below are approximations only and it is recommended to strand test before full application of shade. For ease of measuring, standard plastic kitchen measuring spoons were used.

Tsp = level teaspoon, Tbsp = level tablespoon

                         


No.119
1/2-Tsp Fuchsia Shock
1/2-Tsp Blue Magic
11/2-Tsp Lemon Twist
1oz-Developer 20 Volume
Starting Levels: 1-3
No.112
2-Tsp Fuchsia Shock
2-Tsp Lemon Twist
1oz-Developer 40 Volume
Starting Levels: 4 or Lighter



No.115
1/2-Tsp Blue Magic
1-Tbsp Lemon Twist
1oz-Developer 40 Volume
Starting Levels: 4 or Lighter

No.104
1/2-Tsp Blue Magic
1/2-Tsp Fuchsia Shock
1-Tbsp Sunrise Red
1oz-Developer 20 Volume
Starting Levels: 1-5
No.113
1-Tsp Fuchsia Shock
1-Tbsp Lemon Twist
1oz-Developer 40 Volume
Starting Levels: 4 or Lighter

No.116
1-Tsp Blueberry
1-Tbsp Blue Magic
1oz-Developer 40 Volume
Starting Levels: 4 or Lighter



No.111
2-Tsp Blue Magic
2-Tsp Fuchsia Shock
1oz-Developer 40 Volume
Starting Levels: 4 or Lighter

No.114
2-Tsp Blue Magic
2-Tsp Lemon Twist
1oz-Developer 40 Volume
Starting Levels: 4 or Lighter
No.118
1-Tbsp Blue Magic
1/2-Tsp Lemon Twist
1oz-Developer 40 Volume
Starting Levels: 3 or Lighter