Chapter 19: Wigs and Hair Additions
Terms in this set (41)
______________ are hair additions secured to the base of a client's natural hair in order to add length, volume, texture, or color.
______________ are removed by dissolving the adhesive bond with oil or bond remover.
When coloring a human-hair wig or hair addition, conduct regular color checks every:
5 to 10 minutes
____________ is the purest of whites. Its natural color lends itself to adding fantasy colors, which attract teenagers.
The method used to secure hair extensions to the client's hair by sewing is:
When cutting a wig, the desired goal should be to make the hair look:
To use a linking method of hair extension attachment, natural hair should be at least how long?
For the bonding method of attaching hair extensions, natural hair should be how long?
Attaching hair wefts or single strands of hair with an adhesive is called:
___________ are constructed with an elasticized, mesh-fiber base to which the hair is attached
The special applicator tool created especially for the bonding technique is a:
Top-of-the-line synthetics that simulate protein-rich hair are:
The most expensive wigs, hairpieces, and extensions are made from:
Virgin, European, human hair
______________ are machine-made from human or artificial hair.
Some fusion-bonding procedures require wrapping the hair and extension with a:
The stitch used in extensions where thread is wound twice around the needle is a(n):
Hair extensions should not be secured closer than how far from the hairline?
________ are long strips of human or artificial hair with a threaded edge woven by hand or machine.
______________, also known as hand-knotted wigs, are made by inserting individual strands of hair into mesh foundations and knotting them with a needle.
To achieve a natural look, the areas that must appear the most convincing are:
the crown, the part, and the hairline.
Which type of hair fiber does not give off an odor when burned?
The two regions that provide most of the human hair commercially available are:
Hairpieces with openings in the base through which the client's own hair can be blended are:
In the fusion method of attaching extension hair, extension hair is bonded to the client's own hair with bonding material activated by:
heat from a special tool
Which of the following is an advantage of the bonding technique for attaching hair extensions?
Affordable, hair may be gently shampooed & not time-consuming
Free-form cutting moves from longer to shorter lengths, working toward the:
A _______ is a head-shaped form, usually made of canvas-covered cork or Styrofoam, on which a wig is secured for fitting, coloring, or styling:
An artificial covering for the head that completely covers the client's hair is a:
The blunt, custom-designed needle used when sewing the extension onto a track should be:
Straight or curved
Which of the following is NOT a semipermanent way to attach a toupee?
Which type of human hair is naturally straight and available in lengths of 12 to 28 inches?
When cutting a wig, remember that the more solid the shape, the more ________ the hair will look.
When using the braid-and-sew method, you may position braids or tracks:
horizontally, vertically, diagonally, or along curved lines that follow the contours of the head.
A small wig used to cover the top or crown of the head is a:
Which type of wig is healthier?
Hair in which the root end of every single strand is sewn into the base is called:
______________ is hair that has been shed from the head or gathered from a hairbrush, as opposed to hair that has been cut.
Which is the best test to gauge how realistic a wig looks?
A drawback to the linking method of hair extension attachment is that:
the metal links can oxidize (rust)
With exposure to light, the coloring of human hair wigs will fade or:
The least-expensive wig option is: