Chapter 18 Milady
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Extension fibers, hackles, and drawing boards are examples of the implements and materials needed for hair ________.
_______, also known as canerows, are narrow rows of visible braids that lie close to the scalp and are created with a three-strand, on-the-scalp braiding technique.
Straight, resistant hair
_______ is the best braided slight damp or very lightly coated with wax or pomade to make it more pliable.
During the consultation, the stylist must oh special attention to the clients hair ______.
A _______ braid is created with two strands that are twisted around each other.
Elongates a wave pattern
Blowdrying to prepare the hair for braiding softens textured hair, stretches the hair shaft length, and _________.
An imported wool fiber available in black or brown with a matte finish that is used in hair extensions is _______.
What type of brush has a single or double row of widely spaced pins with protective tips to prevent tearing and breaking the hair, which can be used to gently remove tangles on wet and wavy or dry and curly hair, as well as human hair extensions?
The terms single braids, box braids, or individual braids all refer to _______.
Coarse, medium, or fine
In terms of braiding and other natural hair styling, the diameter of hair refers to whether the hair is ______.
Historically, the first highly decorative braids were seen among _______ tribes.
What method of applying extensions to cornrows or individual braids allows them to look natural, last longer, and not place excessive tension on the hair line?
With proper care, a braided hair design can last up to _______ months.
________ braiding is a newer way to add hair for a longer look by braiding or cornrow braiding along with hair extensions, so that the finished look shows mostly faux hair.
______ is extension material that may cut or break the hair and melt with the application of excessive heat.
What type of comb is excellent for design parting, sectioning large segments of hair, and opening and removing braids?
A light, soft extension material that does not reflect light and gives the braid a matte finish is _______.
The _______ technique involves overlapping two strands to form a candy cane effect.
The ________ braid is a three-strand braid that is created with an underhand, or plaiting, technique.
What is a simple two-strand braid in which the hair is picked up from the sides and added to strands as they are crossed over each other?
What blow-dryer attachment loosens the curl pattern in textured hair for braiding styles, and dried, stretches, and softens textured hair?
The traditional cornrow is flat, natural, and contoured to the ________.
Extension fibers come in a variety of types:Kankekalon, nylon, rayon, human hair, yarn, Lin, and _______.
Square paddle brushes are _______ because they have a cushion of air in the head that makes the bristles collapse when they encounter too much resistance.
Hair styling that does not alter the natural curl or coil patterns of hair is known as ______.
Within the natural hairstyling/braiding world, hair is referred to as natural or virgin if it has never had any _______ treatments.
Which term refers to separate networks of curly, textured hair that have been intertwined and meshed together?
Pick with rounded teeth
Which tool is useful for lifting and separating textured hair?
Which manufactured synthetic fiber is used for hair extensions that is durable, soft, and less inclined to tangle than many other synthetics?
As early as 3000 BC, _______ women wore braids or plaits decorated with shells, sequins, and glass or gold beads.
Which type of brush is good for releasing tangles, knots, and snarls in short, textured hair and long, straight hair?
Oval face shapes
Most braided styles are appropriate for ________.
Tight curl pattern
With regard to the wave pattern or configuration, textured hair is defined as hair with a(n) ______.
The invisible braid, also known as the ______ braid, is a three-strand braid that is produced with an overhand technique, or overlapping the strands of hair.
The teeth on _______ range in width from medium to large, and have long rounded tips to avoid scratching the scalp.
A board of fine, upright nails that is used to comb or detangle human hair extensions or to blend colors is called a(n) _________.
What brushes are best for stimulating the scalp as well as for removing dirt and lint from locks?
The method of locking where portions of hair are placed between the palms or both hands and rolled in a clockwise or counterclockwise directions is called ________.
Which technique involves sewing a weft or faux or natural hair onto a cornrow braid, and then wrapping and locking to create African locks of dreadlocks?
A ________ set is a two-part set that can be done on natural hair, transitional hair, twists, extensions, weaves, waves, wigs, and locks.
Perform a thorough _________ in order to avoid client misunderstanding and ensure a happy ending to every natural hair styling service.
What strong extension material comes from the domestic ox found in the mountains of Tibet and Central Asia?