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Textured Perms

Transcript: By: Jessica Soles Curly & Wavy styles WHAT THIS PERM GIVES YOU FOR RESULTS Adds texture in certain zones Works well for short hair Harmonize or contrast existing texture Also known as partial perm Zonal Pattern Perm Style 1 SOLUTION USED - MOISTURIZING ALKALINE PERM WEAVING TECHNIQUE USED ON PERIMETER ALLOWING IT TO BLEND IN THROUGH OUT THE HEAD. DIFFERENT SIZE PERM RODS ARE USED THROUGH OUT THE DESIGN THE FINISHED PRODUCT SHOWS ACTIVATED CURL TEXTURE ON THE LONGER INTERIOR LENGTHS. ALSO KNOW TO HELP CREATE TEXTURAL SUPPORT FOR SMOOTHER FINISHES. WHAT RESULTS YOU WILL GET WITH THIS PERM Uses different solution & heat is applied Known as a hot perm Thermally reconditions the hair during process Soft wave is created Digital Perms Perm Style 2 SOLUTION USED-( ACID PERM ) SOLUTION SPECIFIC TO DIGITAL PERMS IS STARTED IN A RECTANGLE SHAPE WITH OFF BASS TECHNIQUE A DIGITAL PERM MAKES IT WAVY WHEN IT IS DRY THE PERM RECONDITIONS WHILE THE CHEMICAL TREATMENT PROCESS IS BEING COMPLETED THE RODS WILL HEAT UP TO ACTIVATE THE PERM THE SAME SIZE RODS ARE USED THROUGHOUT THE PERM COST OF PERM IS MUCH GREATER THEN THE REGULAR PERM WHAT RESULTS YOU WILL GET WITH THIS PERM Used to create consistent curl helps avoid splits at base More waved style as off base Gives natural looking finish Off Base Bricklay Pattern perm styles 3 SOLUTION USED - ONLY ACID PERM PERM IS STARTED AT THE FRONT HAIR LINE WILL USE BRICK LAY THROUGH OUT THE PERM THE FOLLOWING PERM WOULD BE OFF BASE AS IT IS A LOOSER CURL ONE SIZE RODS ARE USED THROUGH OUT THE PERM THE FINISH RESULTS WILL LEAVE YOU WITH REPETITION OF CURL TEXTURE MOVING AWAY FROM THE FACE WITH OUT ANY NOTICE ABLE SPITS. WHAT RESULTS YOU WILL GET WITH THIS PERM Most often used on medium to long hair Elongated texture pattern Revolutions of hair next to one another Most volume created Spiral Bricklay Pattern perm styles 4 SOLUTION USED - EXOTHERMIC ALKALINE PERM STARTED FROM THE BASE AND RODS PLACED IN HORIZONTAL PLACEMENTS THROUGH OUT THE NAPE HALF OFF BASE ABOVE NAPE AREA YOU WILL BEGIN SPIRAL EFFECT PARTING VERTICALLY DIFFERENT SIZE RODS ARE USED THROUGH OUT THE PERM ALTERNATE THE ROD DIAMETERS AND WRAPPING DIRECTIONS WITH EACH ROW THE FINISH WILL CREATE ELONGATED CURLS WITH MINIMAL VISUAL LENGTH REDUCTION WHAT RESULTS YOU WILL GET WITH THIS PERM Creates volume and fullness Hair stays positioned away from face Generally most common perm Contour Pattern perm styles 5 Solution used - Acid extra body perm STARTED WITH CENTER RECTANGLE AND ALL RODS ROLLED AWAY FROM THE FACE USING ALL THE SAME SIZE RODS THROUGH OUT THE PERM FINISHING PRODUCT LEAVES YOU WITH REPETITION OF CURL TEXTURE MOVING AWAY FROM THE FACE OE OF THE MOST COMMON PERMS ASKED FOR Solution - exothermic alkaline perm Bricklay technique through out the perm Nape area a bricklay pattern in horizontial section half on base is used Above nape you will wrap towads the face with vertical partigs and haf off base technique through out the interior LONG LAYERED CUT WITH SPIRAL PERM The following picture displays a hair cut in a long layered form. They have given the client a spiral perm to create texture through out the head. The spiral perm leaves elongated curls with minimal visual length reduction. Has maxmim volume with in the chosen style to be worn. This style is left with lushes natural looking curls. Hair cut / perm

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Transcript: Real action and accountability Amnesty International Non-state actors/ Rebel Groups?? ...and what about men?? ignoring male rape victims? would rape exist without a man? Weapons of War: Rape UN as an Arena - NGO's - Discussion and dialogue Arena Instrument Actor Critical Thinking Weapons of War: Rape UN as an instrument UNSC Resolution 1820 (2008) UN as an Actor - UN Action Against Sexual Violence in Conflict Weapons of War: Rape Problems with 1820 "Roles and Functions of International Organizations" "Sexual violence, when used as a tactic of war in order to deliberately target civilians or as a part of a widespread or systematic attack against civilian populations, can significantly exacerbate situations of armed conflict and may impede the restoration of international peace and security… effective steps to prevent and respond to such acts of sexual violence can significantly contribute to the maintenance of international peace and security" (UNSC Resolution 1820, p. 2)" http://www.stoprapenow.org/uploads/advocacyresources/1282164625.pdf Background Presentation- Kristin Mann Weapons of War: Rape Brief Insight - used to manipulate social control - destabilize communities - weaken ethnic groups and identities Examples: - Sudanese Militia - Rwanda Genocide - DRC Critical Thinking http://www.womenundersiegeproject.org/blog/entry/the-need-for-numbers-on-rape-in-warand-why-theyre-nearly-impossible-to-get Critical Thinking Increased Data Collection by international organizations - determine humanitarian responses - ensures justice and reparation - provides recognition and dignity

Textured Animal

Transcript: Create a low-relief animal design with a patterned border, and make a texture rubbing from the relief. Two Types of Texture Texture & Reliefs Texture is a principle of design. It is the physical surface structure of material. Woven fabrics, for example, have particular textural surfaces. They range from the closely knit fibers of silk to the heavy weave of burlap. We can often readily identify a material by its texture: glass is smooth and slick; sand is gritty and fine. Steps: Low relief is a sculpture technique in which figures and/or other design elements are just barely more prominent than the (overall flat) background. High relief is where more than half the mass of the sculpted figure projects from the background. Create a low-relief animal design with a patterned border, and make a texture rubbing from the relief. Reliefs Texture Steps cont. : 5 Place a piece of white paper over your design. Holding the paper in place, carefully rub a crayon. Try to rub in the same direction using the same amount of pressure in all areas. The textures of the cut cardboard underneath should appear to create a rubbing. The areas around the cutout shapes should remain white or very light. To Do: 1 Choose an animal for your design. Draw your chosen animal a number of different ways until you find the best composition. 2 Trace the outline of your animal design onto cardboard. Cut it out. 3 Glue the cutout onto a larger piece of square board. 4 Plan a border design. Add small cut pieces of cardboard around the edges of the square to create a patterned border. Real Textures: Those that can actually be touched Implied Textures: Those that are simulated or invented. Real textures offer both look and feel; implied ones provide only the appearance of texture.

Textured Tools

Transcript: Describe what a sketchbook could look like? How can you add tone with a biro? Using an oil pastel transfer technique you are going to create a response to Jim Dine's work By the end of the lesson you must have 2 final images. Email to: hannah.crowther@robertsutton.staffs.sch.uk 40 mins Homework collection Starter - Add shadows and a wash using the watercolour - Using pencil/graphite to add finer details - Add Charcoal to the background for shadow Large Scale - Watercolour techniques Then we will come together for a group critque Large Scale - Watercolour techniques Ink pen Oil Pastel transfer clear dark and light tones Fold in half, then half again - Aim to complete your basic sketch - Fill the page - Don't rush, check proportion - Include all the details you can see Why are sketchbooks important to an artist? Be prepared to share/discuss Due: 17tn nov Today you are going to be constructing your own 'sketchbook' for this project Due in: Draw around the front rectangle Image Main task Cover the front and back of your sketchbook. FONTS Textured Tools Photography Homework Cut very neatly Paper Add charcoal to the edges Think about interesting angles Think how you can link your design to the title What makes these photos successful? Focussing on the negative space from last lesson. - create a basic outline - add detail - Then show the nagtive space background Using one of the photographs you took, create a observational drawing. Negative space drawing You have today's lesson to present your artist research and other pieces of work. How can you make you work unique? Jim Dine Due: 5th October Homework Fold in half, landscape Focus on how you can create the 'lightest' and 'darkest' tone Mark making starter Artist research Cover the front and back of your sketchbook. Use a joining paper to connect the 2 pieces Research the artist Jim Dine. Focus on his work that inlcudes tools. To do: Facts about him Minimum 2 images of his work Your own opinion, what do you think? Why? Oil pastel 1 2 3 Homework Monoprint Ink and water drawing Bookbinding Aim to include as many mark making techniques as possible 30 mins Stick front and back cover to each end of folded paper. Add shadow underneath using your pencil What makes them different to other books? This half term we will be moving onto a new project. Bring in an object or an image/photo that represents your identity Cut very carefully along the fold Think how you can link your design to the title In your grid try to test as many techniques as possible Experiment with: - The SLR camera on macro setting - Different backgrounds and objects - Interesting composition (layouts) - Lighting - Apps/effects on your phone Make sure you include: Your name 'Textured tools' title What function on the camera has taken these photo? Biro response drawing Starter Make sure you include: Your name 'Textured tools' title What techniques can you remember for mark making? Sketchbooks Loui Jover Once sketch is complete, tea stain the page and intial Pencil sketch Watercolour drip Large Scale - Watercolour techniques

Textured Hair

Transcript: Presented by: Stasha Mabatano-Harris, Magic Fingers Studio and Monica "Queen" Carruthers, Askqueen.com To gain a thorough understanding of hair textures. Learn proper terminology to identifying hair textures To effectively learn proper techniques to prep textured hair for straightening and braiding. Identify the correct products necessary to achieve a silk press style and braided style based on the hair texture. Textured Hair Introduction to Textured Hair Objectives: hair Myths What is natural hair? What is Natural hair? Natural hair is all hair that grows from the scalp. Hair Textures are not assigned to a specific race. Any person regardless of race can be born with straight, wavy, curly, or coily hair. Hair types are categorized in race groups because of the large percentage of textures found in a specific race. These groups are Asian, Caucasian, and African descent. What is Textured hair? textured hair Is hair that has a natural wave, curl, or coil. Wavytle s-shaped curves with a distinct pattern Curly Curly hair is defined, mixed curl patterns. the curls can be looped, spiral, ringlets and corkscrews Multiple textures can exist on one person's head of hair. Coily coily hair shapes start close to the scalp. coils range from loose -tight. Afro- medium coils Tight springy afro coils Z Shape pattern, extremely tight afro coils Fine mediumThick all textures can be fine, medium or thick in density. Hair Prep Rules Things to know 1. Hair is weakest when its wet. 2. detangle all Textured hair with a wide tooth comb starting from the ends up. 3. Sectioning Textured hair prior to detangling, aids in control of the hair. 4. If hair is dry, use conditioner, an essential oil or a light hair serum to soften hair to aid in the detangling process. 5.Always pre-straighten textured hair for straightening or braiding styles by blowdrying. stylingDemo Silk Press Demo Monica "Queen" Carruthers, Askqueen.com Q & A Braiding demo Stasha Mabatano- Harris, Magic Fingers Studio Q & A Thank You!

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