Pivot Point Chapter 10 Hairstyling (2)
- 1. The ? of the curl will be determined by the diameter of the tool or pincurl.
- 5. ? shapes or sections include circles, ovals and oblongs.
- 6. ? are created using parallel curved distribution.
- 8. With a square shape, the hair is usually distributed ? from the center of the shape.
- 9. A center part on a round or square face will ? the roundness or squareness.
- 11. As a general rule, ? parts work well with an oval face shape but not with a round, square or long, thin facial shape.
- 12. ? are lines that subdivide shapes or sections to help distribute and control the hair.
- 16. ? shapes have radial or parallel distribution.
- 17. Correctly placed ? will enhance the appearance of your client's hairstyle.
- 20. When two oblongs ?, they create an S shaped movement or a wave.
- 21. Once straight or curved shapes have been sectioned, the hair can be set with rollers or pincurls to produce the final desired ?.
- 22. Before beginning to set the hair, you'll need to subdivide the head into major areas or ?.
- 2. ? or shaping is the process of combing wet hair into the desired position.
- 3. On a long face, a center part will ? the length.
- 4. The most common ? shapes are the square, rectangle and triangle.
- 7. A single ? creates a C shaped movement.
- 8. ? shapes are used to move the hair in one direction, generally away from the face.
- 10. A ? requires the use of radial distribution.
- 13. An entire design or hairstyle will always be composed of some combination of ?.
- 14. ? shapes have parallel distribution.
- 15. ? and squares can be used with radial or parallel distribution.
- 18. Subsections are often called ?.
- 19. The ? is the hair between the scalp and the first turn around the roller, thermal iron or round brush.
- 23. The ? base is the area between partings within a shape or, the section of hair on which the roller, thermal iron or round brush is placed.