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PMTSH Theory Ch. 16
Terms in this set (30)
Surfaces on the head where the head changes, such as the ears, jawline, and occipital bone, are referred to as....
The widest part of the head starting at the temples and ending at the bottom of the crown, that can be found by placing a comb flat on the side of the head.
Bone which protrudes at the base of the skull.
The highest point at the top of the head, can be located by placing a comb at the top of the head.
When performing a haircut, cutting past the two front corners can cause a bang area ending up where on a haircut.
Located between the apex and the back of the parietal ridge.
Area which is defined as the area at the back park of the neck and consists of the hair below the occipital bone.
By making a parting or drawing a line from the apex to the back of the ear, you can locate which part of the head? It consists of all the hair that falls naturally behind the ear.
Triangular section of the head that begins at the apex and ends at the front corners.
A thin continuous mark, curved or straight, used as a guide while cutting hair.
The working area of the hair that is separated prior to cutting.
What is created when the space between two lines or surfaces intersects at a given point?
What type of hair cutting lines are Parallel to the floor and relative to the horizon?
Lines which divert your eyes from one side to the other?
Lines which are perpendicular to the horizon, and are used to remove wright to create graduated or layered haircuts, and higher elevations?
Also known as stacking, involves diagonal lines to create angles by cutting the ends of the hair with a slight increase or decrease in length.
For control during a haircut the hair is parted into working areas called...
Also known as projection or lifting, is the degree at which a subsection of hair is held from the head when cutting.
The angle at which the fingers are held when cutting the line that creates the shape is referred to as the.....
Also known as a guide, a subsection of hair that determines the length the hair will be cut, and is usually the first section cut when creating a shape.
Type of Guideline used in a blunt one- length haircut, or used in over-direction to create a length or weight increase.
What involves a small slice of a previously cut subsection that is moved to the next position and becomes the new guideline?
Which guideline is used in a layered or graduated haircut?
When hair is combed away from it's natural filling position, what occurs?
If hair shrinks when it dries, you will need to cut wet hair how many inches from the desired length?
How much does hair shrink when it dries?
What is the direction in which hair grows from the scalp and is also called the natural falling position?
The number of individual hair strands on 1 square in of scalp and is usually described as thin, medium, coarse?
Determines the size and number of subsections needed to complete a cut.
Amount of movement in the hair strand, varies from client to client, as well as within the same head of hair.
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