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Sculpture - Chapter 9
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the foundation for all other hair service is:
the outer boundary or silhouette of any shape or form is known as the :
the term used to describe the hair as the lengths lay or fall naturally over the curve of the head is known as:
the widest area around the head is known as the:
Which basic form consists of hair lengths that progress from shorter in the exterior to longer in the interior and is referred to as a one-length cut?
the graduated form is sometimes referred to as a wedge cut or a(n):
45 angle cut
a layered cut or 90 cut known as a(n):
uniformly layered form
all of the following are true about the uniformly layered form EXCEPT:
rectangular or oval shape
which of the following sculpting tools is used to create a clean, blunt edge?
When sculpting with a razor, all of the following results are achieved EXCEPT:
regular alternation of short and long lengths
Which finger should be placed in the finger grip to control the still blade when holding shears?
the moveable blade of the shears is controlled by the:
to hold the comb and shears in the same hand without jeopardizing the client's safety, release the thumb grip and:
close your palm over the shears
Taper shears, also known as thinning shears, are used on the ends of the hair to:
When using electric clippers, the attachment that allows the hair to be cut to one exact length is the:
a trimmer, also known as an edger, is a tool used to:
outline and refine the hairline
As it sculpts hair, the moveable blade of the clipper moves:
from side to side
Which tool controls short perimeter lengths when cutting against the skin?
the term used to describe dividing the head into workable areas for purpose of control is called:
the apex refers to what part of the head?
the area below the occipital is referred to as the:
what determines the size of the parting when sculpting hair?
Which head position produces lengths that are shorter in the nape and longer surface lengths, creating an under-bevel effect?
What type of distribution results in a 90 degree angle from its parting?
What term, also known as elevation, is the angle at which the hair is held in relation to the curve of the head prior to cutting?
which of the following angles best represents low projection (elevation)?
0 to 30 degrees
angles between 60 and 90 degrees represent:
projecting the hair below 90 degrees would:
Which line is considered to be the artistic guideline while sculpting hair?
A stationary design line is a guide to where all lengths are directed and is:
A weight area in a graduated form could be described as a:
concentration of lengths
a design line that is used as a length guide for sculpting graduated, layered and square combination forms is referred to as:
which of the following terms identifies the technique used to check the accuracy of a hair design by using the opposite parting pattern?
sculpting shorter lengths within the for to reduce bulk and create support and mobility is called :
Texturizing reduces bulk without:
Shortening the overall length appearance of the hair
to maintain control of the hair, which of the following hair types should be texturized the greater distance from the scalp?
as a general rule, coarse hair should be texturized at least:
1 1/2" (3.75cm) from the scalp
to allow for more control and the shrinkage factor, curly hair should be texturized while it is:
a technique performed on the ends of the hair to reduce bulk , allow for mobility, soften the ends and blend weight lines called:
to perform a bevel- under effect, the blade is positioned behind the section of the hair and moved in:
the technique that creates irregular lengths for a chunkier effect is called:
a technique that is preformed by gliding the open shear along surface of the hair to achieve mobility is called:
the technique used to position the shears parallel to the comb while moving both upward in unison is called:
a sculpting technique that is commonly used to define the perimeter hairline such as the nape is known as:
to accommodate a growth pattern such as a widow's peak, cowlick or whorl when sculpting the hair, which of the following statements would apply?
allow additional length in the growth pattern area
which of the following growth patterns forms from a point at the front hairline and curves to one side?
An uneven effect is created when sculpting curly hair that is:
partly wet and partly dry
infection control procedures include sweeping and disposing of cut hair:
prior to preforming the air forming service
in activated texture broken lines with exposed ends are visible on what area of the hair?
which method of hair analysis views the hair abstractly as if it were projected at a 90 degree angle from the various curves of the head?
a solid form is also known as a one-length cut, bob, dutch boy or blunt cut and is sculpted using a:
0 degree angle
What type of form would result from using a 180 degree angle cut?
the direction the hair assumes as it falls naturally from the head due to gravity is called:
An angle of 45 degrees would be considered what type of projection?
holding the hair flat to the surface of the head while sculpting is using what level of projection?
0 degree projection
the two types of design lines are known as stationary and which of the following :
texturizing is also known as:
the final stage of sculpting in which you check a sculpture for balance and accuracy is known as:
texturizing involves sculpting shorter lengths within the form to:
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