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Continuing Education Fashion and Style
Continuing Education Fashion and Style
Horizontal breakdown of the head determines the:
  1. eight areas
  2. four areas
  3. six areas
  4. five areas
Continuing Education Fashion and Style
Two reasons for understanding the specific areas of the head form are:
  1. balance and control
  2. weight and length
  3. low elevation and high elevation
  4. sectioning and parting
Continuing Education Fashion and Style
All haircuts can be simplified in two ways:
  1. blunt or graduated
  2. layered or graduated
  3. round or square
  4. blunt or feathered
Continuing Education Fashion and Style
Tilting the client's head forward while cutting a blunt haircut will result in:
  1. slight graduation of the line
  2. a straight, even line
  3. a layered look
  4. a jagged edge
Continuing Education Fashion and Style
The areas of the head are:
  1. front, back, top and sides
  2. crown, top, back, sides and nape
  3. left side, right side, back and front
  4. occipital, parietal, temporal and forehead
Continuing Education Fashion and Style
Over direction is:
  1. where the hair lives
  2. a point of reference
  3. back and forth
  4. a side to side movement
Continuing Education Fashion and Style
Grade 7 Music History
Continuing Education Fashion and Style
The elements of shape are:
  1. point, line and angle
  2. 90 degrees, 45 degrees and blunt
  3. point, straight and angle
  4. horizontal, vertical and diagonal
Continuing Education Fashion and Style
Continuing Education Fashion and Style
The position the hair falls due to the influence of gravity is called:
  1. over direction
  2. natural fall
  3. principle
  4. blunt cut
Continuing Education Fashion and Style
Vertical lines have the ability to:
  1. make the hair look fuller
  2. reduce weight and create an illusion of length
  3. create curved lines
  4. reduce length and create an illusion of width
Continuing Education Fashion and Style
When combing the hair during a haircut, it is necessary to:
  1. palm the shears
  2. put the comb down while cutting
  3. put the shears down while combing
  4. hold the comb in the nondominant hand
Grade 9 Arts
An artist's characteristic manner of expression is his
  1. technique
  2. style
  3. performance
  4. preference
Continuing Education Fashion and Style
A bevel is:
  1. the points where the head changes direction
  2. a straight line between two adjacent points of reference
  3. lines between the corners
  4. a guideline
Continuing Education Fashion and Style
A plane is:
  1. a large flat spot between points of reference
  2. a true flat spot within a bevel or area
  3. a flat spot that is 90 degrees in relation to the room
  4. a flat bevel between two areas
Continuing Education Fashion and Style
This creates graduation in the hair and is an up and down movement:
  1. over direction
  2. asymmetrical
  3. elevation
  4. weight placement
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