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Principles of Hair Design Flash Cards

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Chapter 14 Milady Standard of Cosmetology

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  • Color can help define _______ and plays an important role in hair design
  • Crimping irons are used to create interesting, ________ wave patterns such as zigzags.
  • Curly and overly curly hair does not reflect much light and can create a ________ form that straight or wavy hair.
  • Which element of hair design refers to wave pattern?
  • What is the area surrounding the mass or general outline of a style, and may also be called volume?
  • Horizontal and vertical lines that meet at a 90-degree angle are called _________.
  • What type of lines are used to create crinkle-waves, finger waves, or to crimp hair?
  • Hairstyles using ________ are best on clients who require a minimum of care when styling their hair.
  • Which type of line will soften a design?
  • ________ lines extend parallel to the floor or horizon and are used to create width in hair design.
  • The five basic elements of three-dimensional hair design are ________, form, space, design texture, and color.
  • Colors can be used to make all or part of a hair design appear ________ by adding or subtraction volume
  • Dark and cool colors recede or move in toward the head, creating the illusion of ________.
  • The illusion of dimension, or depth is created when _______ colors alternate with those that are darker and cooler.
  • You can draw a line in a hairstyle in the direction you want the eye to travel by using ________.
  • How can you add a bold and dramatic accent to a design?
  • What are the five art principles important for hair design?
  • The comparative relationship of one thing to another _________.
  • To measure facial ________, divide the face into four equal parts.
  • What is it called when both sides of a hairstyle are the same distance from the center, are the same length, and have the same volume when viewed from the front?
  • When opposite sides of the hairstyle are different lengths, or have a different volume, it is known to have ________.
  • The fast or slow pattern that creates movement in a hairstyle is called ________.
  • What is the focus in a design that draws the eye first before it travels to the rest of the design?
  • Harmony is the creation of ________ in a design, holding all the elements together.
  • Often, when ________ hair is worn long, it separates, revealing too much of the client's scalp unless the hair is very dense.
  • Which face shape is considered to be ideal?
  • The oval face is about ________ times longer than its width across the brow.
  • When styling hair for a wide face with a round hairline and a round chin, the aim is to create the illusion of ________.
  • When styling hair for a triangular-shaped face, the aim is to create the illusions of ________.
  • What type of profile is considered to be ideal?
  • Directing the bangs over the forehead with an outwardly directed volume will benefit a ________.
  • A slight lightening of the hair at the corner of the eyes will give the illusion of width for ________.
  • What type of part should be used to give height to a round or square face, and width to a long, thin face?
  • The ________ for design are likely to come from many sources, TV, magazines, videos, even a person on the street , anywhere , at any time.
  • Which type of line is used to create width in the hair, extending in the same direction while maintaining a constant distance apart?
  • The type of line used to create length and height in hair design while making the hair style appear longer and narrower is a/an ________.
  • Curved lines can be placed horizontally , vertically, or diagonally, and are used to create a ________ when repeating in opposite directions.
  • Another name for the three-dimensional volume or mass of a hairstyle that exhibits length, width, and depth is ________.
  • A hair form should be in proportion to the shape of the head, face, the length and width of the neck, and the ________ line.
  • ________ hair can create a larger form of hair that is more coiled, grows more compact together, and will reflect less light.
  • Chemically infused services that make changes in the natural texture, curl, or wave pattern in the hair are considered ________.
  • ________-based chemical treatments used for smoothing or straightening are now more readily available but still not considered completely permanent.
  • Stylist should use ________ wave patterns to accentuate the face and narrow a round head shape.
  • A ________ in a design can be created using a single line of color, or a series of repeated lines.
  • To measure symmetry, you should divide the face into ________ parts.
  • What are the two defining characteristics of hair type?
  • The basic hair textures are fine, medium, and ________.
  • Hair density ranges from thick to thin and is measured per square ________.
  • A client's facial shape is determined by the position and prominence of the ________.
  • A ________ profile has a receding forehead and chin.