You may have seen this worksheet and perhaps thought it was a great way to learn more about oxidation-reduction reactions. While the worksheet is indeed very useful, most people are more interested in one of its other side effects – a darker skin tone. This may be caused by making some substitutions to the materials that you use for your oxidation reduction reaction kit.
For instance, if you choose the wrong oxidizing material in your oxidation reduction reaction kits, the effects you are looking for will not come to pass. You may find yourself with a redder complexion. Or you may find your darker skin tone is perfect!
It is possible to modify your oxidation reduction reaction kit so that the outcomes are always the ones you desire. It is also possible to ensure that the shades of a person’s skin are what they want them to be. So what do you do when your skin tone is darker than you want it to be?
All you need to do is change the oxidizing material used in your oxidation reduction kit to a darker one. Most oxidizing materials will stain quite easily, and if you have light hair, or skin, you should expect the same. This is why the oxidizing material used in oxidization reduction reactions kits should be a darker color. If you change the oxidizing material to a darker color, you will notice that the shade of your skin remains the same, while the shade of your hair or eyes improves.
The darker color of the oxidizing material will absorb the dark pigment from your skin and hair. Since the darker color is always absorbed by the darker areas of your skin, the lighter colors will appear more even. You can also use a darker hair dye to make your skin look lighter. Some people actually find their skin getting lighter every time they take a bath or shave.
However, it is important to remember that darker skin tone is not always the best choice. If you use the darker dye for your skin, you may end up with an overly pale complexion. As mentioned before, darker skin tones will cause a person’s hair to become darker as well.
If you find your hair and skin are lighter in a particular area of your body, you may be able to remedy the situation by mixing hair colors. For instance, if your neck is lighter than your hair, you can use a darker color of hair dye to make your neck lighter. The same goes for your face, and other parts of your body.
To take full advantage of oxidation reduction reactions kits, you must use the oxidizing material of your choice and an appropriate dye. Both of these should be a darker color than the oxidizing material that you have chosen. In the end, however, the shade of your skin will always remain the same.