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Dark haired people, ranging from dark chestnut and deep brown to black, with either dark or light colored eyes, can also be seen among the Indo-European and non-Indo-European ethnic groups in Iran, the Caucasus, Central Asia, Afghanistan and India. Hair is naturally reflective, so black hair isn’t completely dark in bright light. However, the darkest shade is deep enough that it doesn’t give the reflection a warm, neutral tone. Instead, the sheen can seem almost blue, like the iridescence of a raven’s wing. Thus, it’s known as raven-black. [citation needed] It’s found in people of African, Latin American, South Asian and Southeast Asian descent. Black hair overwhelmingly predominates in almost all parts of Asia, although areas in Northwestern Asia (mainly Turkey, Cyprus, Lebanon, Israel, Georgia, and Armenia) have significant non-black haired populations.

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In 1857, Oscar Rejlander created the world’s first “special effects” image by combining different sections of 32 negatives into a single image, making a montaged combination print. In 1895, Alfred Clark created what is commonly accepted as the first-ever motion picture special effect. While filming a reenactment of the beheading of Mary, Queen of Scots, Clark instructed an actor to step up to the block in Mary’s costume. As the executioner brought the axe above his head, Clark stopped the camera, had all of the actors freeze, and had the person playing Mary step off the set. He placed a Mary dummy in the actor’s place, restarted filming, and allowed the executioner to bring the axe down, severing the dummy’s head. Techniques like these would dominate the production of special effects for a century.

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During the Renaissance, pink was mainly used for the flesh color of faces and hands. The pigment commonly used for this was called light cinabrese; it was a mixture of the red earth pigment called sinopia, or Venetian red, and a white pigment called Bianco San Genovese, or lime white. In his famous 15th century manual on painting, Il Libro Dell’Arte, Cennino Cennini described it this way: “This pigment is made from the loveliest and lightest sinopia that is found and is mixed and mulled with St. John’s white, as it is called in Florence; and this white is made from thoroughly white and thoroughly purified lime. And when these two pigments have been thoroughly mulled together (that is, two parts cinabrese and the third white), make little loaves of them like half walnuts and leave them to dry. When you need some, take however much of it seems appropriate. And this pigment does you great credit if you use it for painting faces, hands and nudes on walls. . . ”

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Black Hair With Pink Dip Dye

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Dark haired people, ranging from dark chestnut and deep brown to black, with either dark or light colored eyes, can also be seen among the Indo-European and non-Indo-European ethnic groups in Iran, the Caucasus, Central Asia, Afghanistan and India. Hair is naturally reflective, so black hair isn’t completely dark in bright light. However, the darkest shade is deep enough that it doesn’t give the reflection a warm, neutral tone. Instead, the sheen can seem almost blue, like the iridescence of a raven’s wing. Thus, it’s known as raven-black. [citation needed] It’s found in people of African, Latin American, South Asian and Southeast Asian descent. Black hair overwhelmingly predominates in almost all parts of Asia, although areas in Northwestern Asia (mainly Turkey, Cyprus, Lebanon, Israel, Georgia, and Armenia) have significant non-black haired populations.

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Black Hair Pink Dip Dye

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Dark haired people, ranging from dark chestnut and deep brown to black, with either dark or light colored eyes, can also be seen among the Indo-European and non-Indo-European ethnic groups in Iran, the Caucasus, Central Asia, Afghanistan and India. Hair is naturally reflective, so black hair isn’t completely dark in bright light. However, the darkest shade is deep enough that it doesn’t give the reflection a warm, neutral tone. Instead, the sheen can seem almost blue, like the iridescence of a raven’s wing. Thus, it’s known as raven-black. [citation needed] It’s found in people of African, Latin American, South Asian and Southeast Asian descent. Black hair overwhelmingly predominates in almost all parts of Asia, although areas in Northwestern Asia (mainly Turkey, Cyprus, Lebanon, Israel, Georgia, and Armenia) have significant non-black haired populations.

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