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Principle of Hair Design Chapter 12

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Transcript of Principle of Hair Design Chapter 12

The facial type that is about one and half times longer than its width across the brow is the.

ideal face shape


Chapter 14
Principles of Hair Design

The foundation for all artistic application is:
principles of design
will help you



ENHANCE POSITIVE FEATURES
In the principles of design, line defines
FORM AND SPACE
Lines that extend in the same direction and maintain a constant distance apart are
HORIZONTAL LINES
Lines positioned between horizontal and vertical, used to emphasize or minimize facial features, are
DIAGONAL LINES
ONE-LENGTH HAIRSTYLE
Curved lines that are used to blend and soften horizontal or vertical lines are:
TRANSITIONAL
parallel lines are repeating lines
Fingerwaves
The three-dimensional mass or general outline of a hairstyle is referred to as its
FORM
In hairstyling, the area that surrounds the form is the
SPACE
Natural wave patterns are described as straight, wavy, curly, and
EXTREMELY CURLY
curly hair and extremely
curly hair
do not
reflect
much light and can be coarse
to the touch.

crimping irons are used to create interesting and unusual wave patterns like zigzags.
Hair texture changes can be created or changed temporarily with styling tools and permanently with
chemicals
Dark and cool colors
recede or move in toward
the head, creating the
illusion of less volume
You can use a light color to draw a line in a
hairstyle in the direction you want the eye to
travel.
proportion
balance
rhythm
emphasis
harmony Five important principles in art and design
In the principles of art and design, the comparative relationship of one thing to another is called
proportio
n
symmetrical balance occurs when an imaginary
line is drawn through the center of the face
and the two resulting halves form a mirror
image of one another
rhythm can be fast or slow
curly, fine hair can
often separate, revealing
the client's
scalp
when
worn long
A diagonal parting gives height to a round or square face and width to a long, thin face.
symmetry
The area of design where the eye is drawn to first before traveling to the rest of the design is called the
s
The most important art principle that holds a design together is
HARMONY
OVAL FACE
To offset or round out the features of a square facial shape, the aim would be to
straight profile is considered ideal
The facial shape with a narrow forehead and wide jaw and chin line is considered to be
TRIANGULAR
The face profile with a receding forehead and chin is generally referred to as
CONVEX
To give the illusion of proportional eyes to a client with wide set eyes, the hair should be
SLIGHTLY DARKER AT THE SIDES AND TOP
The triangular section that begins at the apex or high point of the head and ends at the front corners is called the
BANG
An example of a hairstyle created using a single line is a
ONE LENGTH HAIR STYLE
Design
PROMINANT NOSE
VOLUME
Close set eyes; a slight lightening
of the hair at the corner of the eyes
will give the illusion on width.
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