The color of the babies will sometimes tell you about the splits that the parents have. For example if you get any whiteface babies you will know that the hen must be split to whiteface, and if you never ever get any whiteface babies you will eventually know that she probably isn't split.
All the babies from this pair will be at least split to whiteface because they'll get the gene from dad. The boys will also be split to lutino and pearl because they'll get the genes from mom. But sex-linked genes don't pass from mother to daughter, so the girls won't get these genes from mom. If you get any chicks who are visual lutino and/or pearl, you will know that dad is split to the mutation(s).