To center the question, the incandescent classic light for photography, is a 3200 Kļ, from a quartz bubbles, common halogen, and for advanced, the HMI equlilibrated to 5500 Kļ; and the fluorescent ligth for photography, is a special tubes, equilibrated to 5000 or 5500 K.
In theory, the colour temp. is apply only for the blue to red spectrum, and the natural light not content the magenta to green spectrum.
If you use color balanced light, halogen, hmi or fluo, the result is the same, but, with the halogen or hmi, you will obtain more intensity and versatility, due the fluo, alone it can be utilized with light boxes.
For my, in the studio, the best and versatile light is the flash, due, your color temp and intensity is the same, even after several hours working. Is not hot, as the incandescent, and is stable to 5500 Kļ and besides, its intensity is 10X with a very lower consumption.