Principles Of Hair Design

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Principles Of Hair Design
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2011-11-14 13:53:57
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  1. Texture Creates the Shape,Design, and Movement of a hairstyle. (True or False)
    False
  2. Zig-Zag partings are used to create the illusion of width or height in a hairstyle. (T/F)
    False
  3. Lines are a constant distance apart in the same direction that are used to create width in a hair design are
    Horizontal Lines
  4. The type of lines used to make a hairstyle appear longer and narrower is a(n)
    Verticle Line
  5. A single line of color, or a series of repeated lines, creates a:
    Bold, Dramatic Accent
  6. The wave pattern used to accentuate the face and narrow a round head shape should be:
    Smooth
  7. Another name for the form or mass of a hairstyle is:
    Volume
  8. Curved lines that are used to blend and soften horizontal or vertical lines are:
    Transitional Lines
  9. A curved part is used for a high forehead or
    Receding Hairline
  10. The part of the overall design that the client will respond to first is the:
    Silhouette
  11. A client’s facial shape is determined by the position and prominence of the
    Facial Bones
  12. Lines a constant distance apart in the same direction that are used to create width in a hair design are:
    Horizontal Lines
  13. To offset or round out the square facial type, choose a style that has:
    Volume around areas between the temples and jaw and adds width around ears
  14. The profile that is considered to be ideal is the:
    Straight Profile
  15. The element used to define texture and line and tie design elements together is:
    Color
  16. The styling choice for a client with a round facial type would be a style that has:
    Volume on top and closeness or no volume at sides.
  17. The facial shape that is one and a half times longer than its width across the brow is the:
    Oval Face
  18. Positioned between horizontal and vertical lines, often used to emphasize or minimize facial features
    Diagonal Lines
  19. The triangular section that begins at the apex, or high point of the head, and ends at the front corners
    The Fringe Or Bang Area
  20. The profile that is considered to be ideal is the:
    Straight
  21. A client’s facial shape is determined by the position and prominence of the:
    Facial Bones (Brow, Cheek, Jaw)

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