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Inspiration for design can come from almost anywhere, at any time.
Texture creates the shape, design, and movement of a hairstyle.
FALSE - Lines create the shape, design, and movement of a hairstyle.
An example of the use of single lines is the one-length hairstyle.
Wavy hair does not reflect much light and can be coarse to the touch.
FALSE - Curly hair and extremely curly hair do not reflect much light and can be coarse to the touch.
Chemical wave pattern changes are considered temporary.
FALSE - Chemical wave pattern changes are considered permanent, lasting until the new growth is long enough to alter the design.
To measure symmetry, you should divide the face into four equal parts.
Wavy, medium hair offers the most versatility in styling.
Zigzag partings are used to create the illusion of width or height in a hairstyle.
FALSE - Diagonal back partings are used to create the illusion of width or height in a hairstyle.
Which of the following is NOT one of the five basic elements of three-dimensional hair design?
The element of hair design that defines form and space is:
Lines a constant distance apart in the same direction that are used to create width in a hair design are:
The type of line used to make a hairstyle appear longer and narrower is a(n):
Curved lines repeating in opposite directions create a(n):
Contrasting lines are horizontal and vertical lines that create a hard edge and form a:
Curved lines that are used to blend and soften horizontal or vertical lines are:
Another name for the form or mass of a hairstyle is:
The part of the overall design that the client will respond to first is the:
The area surrounding the form or the area the hairstyle occupies is:
The wave pattern used to accentuate the face and narrow a round head shape should be:
The element used to define texture and line and tie design elements together is:
To draw a line in a hairstyle in the direction you want the eye to travel, use a:
A single line of color, or a series of repeated lines, creates a:
bold, dramatic accent
The comparative relationship of one thing to another in hair design is called:
The regular pulsation or recurrent pattern of movement in a design is the:
The principle of hair design that holds all the elements of design together is:
The two defining characteristics of hair type are:
wave patterns and hair texture
A client's facial shape is determined by the position and prominence of the:
The facial shape that is one and a half times longer than its width across the brow is the:
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
The outline of the face, head, and figure seen in a side view is the:
The profile that is considered to be ideal is the:
Lighter highlights may be used at the temples to create the illusion of:
A curved part is used for a high forehead or:
Established when an imaginary line is drawn through the center of the face and the two resulting halves of a hairstyle have an equal visual weight, but are positioned unevenly
Face with a prominent forehead and chin, with other features receded inward
Lines with a definite forward or backward movement
The triangular section that begins at the apex, or high point of the head, and ends at the front corners
Also known as focus, in a design is what draws the eye first, before it travels to the rest of the design
Face with a receding forehead and chin
Positioned between horizontal and vertical lines, often used to emphasize or minimize facial features
Lines moving in a circular or semi-circular direction, used to soften a design
Refers to wave patterns that must be taken into consideration when designing a style for a client
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