Milady (Searcy Beauty College) Ch 24 –

Foundation
A tinted base makeup that is used to color or even out skin coloring:
Mineral Powder
One of the newest trends in makeup is a powder form of foundation, which is:
Pigments
Liquid and cream forms of foundation are a mixture of water and oil with coloring agents called:
Oily or Combination
Water-based foundation is most often used for lighter coverage needs, for skin that is classified as:
Cream-Based Foundation
A thick foundation that is oil-based, sold in a jar or tin, and may or may not contain water is:
Jaw Line
The testing of foundation color should be done on the clients:
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Clean Spatula
Makeup should be blended into the skin using a:
Disposable Makeup Sponge
Foundation should be removed from the container using a:
Concealers
Thick, heavy foundation used to hide dark circles, splotches and other imperfections are:
Blush
Color that is added to the cheeks to add a natural-looking glow is:
Symmetrical
When applied properly, lipstick should be even on both sides of the mouth and:
Eyeshadows
Cosmetics applied on the eyelids to accentuate or contour them are called:
Lighter
A darker shade of eye color makes the natural color of the iris appear:
Highlight Color
Eye shadow that is lighter than the client’s skin tone is considered a:
Contour Color
Any color that is significantly deeper or darker than the client’s skin tone is considered a:
Before Each Use
Eye pencils and sharpeners should be cleaned:
Inner Rim Of The Eyes
According to the American Medical Association, eye pencils should never be used on the:
Mascara
A cosmetic preparation used to darken, define and thicken eyelashes is:
Disposable
When applying mascara to a client, use a mascara wand that is:
Grease Paint
Makeup brushes used for theatrical purposes is:
Gentle Shampoo
Makeup brushes can be cleaned with a brush solvent or:
Ferrule
The metal ring that keeps the bristles and handle of a brush together is the:
Color Theory (how Color Works)
Vital to effective makeup applications is a strong understanding of:
Tertiary
A color formed by mixing equal parts of a secondary color and its neighboring primary color is:
Warm and Cool
No matter how light or dark the skin is, a neutral skin tone contains equal elements of:
Natural Light
In the consultation area and during the application of makeup, the best light to use is:
Minimize Prominent Features
The use of shadows, dark shades and colors, is used to:
Oval
The well proportioned facial shape considered the ideal is:
Horizontal Sections
When learning corrective make-up techniques, the face is divided into 3:
Round
The face shape that is usually broader in proportion to its length is the:
Triangular
A jaw that is wider than the forehead characterizes the face shape:
Translucent Powder
To avoid the transfer of foundation on to the clients clothing, set the foundation using:
3 Lines
The ideal eyebrow shape can be drawn in:
Band lashes
Eyelash hairs on a strip that are applied using:
Eye Tabbing
The procedure of applying individual eyelashes directly on the client’s own eyelashes at the base is called: