The color of our pee isn’t something we normally talk about. We’re used to it being within the spectrum of yellow to almost clear. But when your urine is orange — or red, or even green.
I just had this happen. I wanted to add some tone to my bleached lights and they turned out orange red. I strand tested with the T-18 and it did nothing to my orange red hair so i rebleached it with a bleach that lift up to 4 tones instead of the quick blue bleach and used a 20 developer for a slow and more gentle process.
Colors on the red end of the spectrum are lower frequency wavelengths that have less energy. Colors on the violet (purple) end have more. So a plant can get more energy if it gets more light from the purple end of the spectrum than if it gets the same amount of light from the red end of the spectrum.
Street lights are yellow/orange due to the use of Sodium vapor lamps which produce light in the narrow spectral range of 589.0 and 589.6 nm (yellow) and next level peaks in the orange region (590 to 620nm).
Light appears (more or less) white when it contains a mix of all the colours—red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. By removing (filtering) the blue, indigo, and violet out of white light, we get selective yellow light.
The best way to mix colors depends on what color you're trying to make. If you want to make secondary colors, like violet, green, or orange, mix red, blue, and yellow in various ratios. For example, to make violet, mix red and blue, and to make green, mix blue and yellow. To make the color lighter, add a drop of white to make a "tint."
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You can tone orange hair, just like you can tone blonde hair. The only real difference is that orange needs to be toned with a blue based dye instead of purple, and the toner needs to be stronger than a blonde toner in order to cover the darker orange hair.