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Transcript of Artistic Compilation
Design Principles and Elements
With the design principle repetition, all unit are identical except for position.
In hair design, repetition creates a feeling of uniformity.
Alternation is a sequential repetition in which 2 or more units occur in a repeating pattern.
In hair design, alternation can break up the surface of an object, creating interest.
Contrast is a desirable relationship between opposites.
Contrast creates variety and stimulates interest within a design.
With progression, all units are similar yet gradually change proportionately in an ascending or descending scale.
In hair design, progression can lead the eye rhythmically within a design or draw attention to a point of interest.
4 Basic Forms
Hair design is a temporary change in form, texture and direction that is achieved through wet and thermal design as well as long hair design techniques.
Hair design is about the finish of a design composition. Some might describe it as the "grand finale' of a salon visit.
Section the hair into 4 quadrants vertically.
Take the first two in the back, and section a half an inch parting horizontally, and cut straight across. Keep doing that until you get to the top, then continue doing the same thing on both sides, and voila!
Start by parting down the middle to the back, take half an inch diagonal partings starting in the nape, and project approximately 30 degrees, using perpendicular distribution. As you get to the ear you start to take hair from the sides and continue doing the same thing. At the crest, distribute and project partings to the stationary design line. Continue to use perpendicular distribution and sculpt along the diagonal-forward line. And because there is no guide at the top, distribute the lengths following the perpendicular distribution used in the previous sculpted parting. Air form once done, and then clean up the nape area.
Take horizontal partings, starting at the nape, place the triple barrel at the base, and continue to go down the strand of hair, but let it sit for about 10 seconds every time you clamp it down so you get the desired crimped look.
First, if your hair isdry, make it damp and make sure it is 90% dry. Then take horizontal partings starting at the nape, take a round brush and your blow dryer and twist the round brush under the hair from base to mid-strand, and once that's dry, go mid-strand to ends. Continue this through out the whole head
Dampen your hair with a spray bottle or let it semi air dry after washing it. Part your hair into four sections. They don’t have to be sectioned perfectly. Tie them off to keep them separated from each other. Spray each section lightly with hair spray. Start twisting your hair in the direction you want your curl to be. Keep twisting until it tightens to the point it starts to coil on its own. Coil it into a tight bun and then use bobby pins to keep it in place. Blow your hair until it’s dry. The longer you dry it, the tighter your curl will be. Undo the bobby pins and take your buns out of their coil. Separate your curls using your fingers and then scrunch to add some body.
When your hair is dry and well-combed, you take a small section of hair in one hand -- typically 1 to 2 inches thick -- and grip the curling iron in your other hand. Open the clamp if it has one, then close it around the section of hair a few inches above your hand. All you have to do next is slide the curling iron down to the tips of your hair, then twirl it up toward your head to wrap the hair around the iron. To ease the stress on your hair, you can release the clamp a little while you hold the twists in place for five seconds. Release the clamp completely and run the iron out of your new curl to finish.
First if you don't have bleached hair you must do so. Wash it out, dry it and grab a strand, make a line at the base, and work your way down leaving spaces in between for another color or leave it the way it is. For leapord print, you would make some circles spread out and make dark outlines around to get the full effect of the print.
Coon Tail/Leapord Print
Take as big of a strand as you want, either it be in your bangs, in the back, or on the sides, make sure to push all the other hair back and away from the strand you are going to color. Put your desired color on, let it sit, and there you have a peekaboo.
With these highlights, you would grab random strands from the side, apply some lightener with the foils, and wait until it lightens up to your desired shade. And you could put some color on it once your done washing and drying the hair, or you could leave it blonde like a normal highlight.
Solid/Increase Combination Form
What you would do is cut the hair with a razor in solid form, and then go in only on the top and cut the layers into an increase-layered form. Once done the form, you would then cut the bangs, making them sweep to the left side. Then you would go in and dye it all a 5N, let it sit for 20-30 minutes. Wash it out, dry it, and put some highlights right on the top, but only long enough to make it a caramel blonde. To style this hair, you would add some mousse, then air form with a vent brush and blow dryer, straighten, and add some shine spray, and hairspray so the bangs sit where you would like them to.
Subdivide the hair from the center front hairline to the nape. Position the head in an upright position. Create a smaller center section, approximately 1/4″ wide, from the front hairline to the crown. Establish a length guide by using a portion of hair from the front hairline. Then distribute the hair straight up from the center section. Position your fingers and shear parallel to floor and cut the hair from the front to the crown. Take a parting at the front hairline, from the center top to the outside corner of the eye. Distribute the hair straight up using directional distribution. Use a non parallel finger position and cut the hair using the center parting as a length guide. Use a portion of the previous partings as a mobile design line. Work toward the center back using vertical and pivotal partings, directional distribution and a non parallel finger position. Repeat the same cutting procedure on the opposite side. Note that on one side your fingers angle toward the center guide while on the opposite side they angle away from the center guide.
- To create guideline part ½ inch strip from front hairline to nape of neck.
- Begin at crown, comb section straight out from head, fingers parallel to head, cut desired length.
- Continue working forward.
- Cut from crown to nape rounding off any corners.
- Make sure fingers are parallel to head.
- Section into 3 parts.
- Use wedge shape partings from apex grabbing guide from center and work outwards to ears.
- Elevate hair straight out from head - no over directing.
- Continue using traveling guide.
- Section off top area by taking a parting at the recession area and ends at the crown.
- Cut top area using vertical partings. Using center guide.
- Now move to right sided. Work from back of ear toward the face.
- Comb hair down, notice soft perimeter / rounded head shape.
- Blow dry with vet brush to encourage movement.