Product Manual - Color Palette

 

 

It is very easy to get the perfect shade and perfect color. You just need a understanding of the basic color chart. There are the three Primary Colors: BLUE, YELLOW and Red. Two primary colors combine to create Secondary colors: GREEN, ORANGE and VIOLET. When all six are combined, it results in BLACK.


Any other color in any other shade can be created using the sense of color palette. By mixing primary and secondary colors in different quantities, all natural and fantasy colors can be formulated, with just a little patience, like

  1. ASH (BLUE)
  2. VIOLET (VIOLET)
  3. GOLDEN (YELLOW)
  4. AUBURN (ORANGE)
  5. MAHOGANY (PURPLE RED)
  6. RED

If you have unknowingly mixed up a shade that is too dark for your liking, do not fret. A Primary color is easily neutralized by its complimentary color. A complementary color is a color that is on the opposite side of the color wheel.


EXAMPLE:


§ too much Golden can be neutralized by using a VIOLET shade.

§ COPPER can be neutralized by using an ASH shade.

§ A too GREEN base can be neutralized by using a RED shade.