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37 Cards in this Set

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In a haircut, design lines that are proportionate are established by what?
Reference Points
The highest point on top of the head is called the ___.
The widest area of the head, also called the crest area, is the ____.
Parietal Ridge
The bone that protrudes at the base of the skull is the ____ ____.
Occipital Bone
The 2 front corners represent the widest points in the ____ ____.
Fringe (Bang) Area
The area between the Apex and the back of the Parietal Ridge is the ____.
The fringe (bang) area, when combed into natural falling position falls no further than what?
The outer corners of the Eyes
You can locate the top of the head by parting the hair where?
At the Parietal Ridge
Straight lines that are parallel to the horizon, or the floor, are called ___ ___.
Horizontal Lines
The techniques in which the ends of the hair are cut at a slight taper, using diagonal lines, is called ___.
The uniform working areas into which the hair is parted for control are called ___.
The angle or degree at which a subsection of hair is held from the head when cutting is called ___.
When you elevate the hair below 90 degrees, you are what?
Building Weight
As a rule, the more you elevate the hair, the ____ you create.
More Graduation
The section of the ahir that determines the length the hair will be cur is called the ___ ____.
Cutting Line
A guideline that does not move as the haircut progresses is called a ___ ____.
Stationary Guideline
The cutting line is the angle at which the .....
Fingers are Held During Cutting
Combing the hair away from its natural falling position, rather than straight out from the head, toward the guideline is called ___.
When you use overdirection to create a length or weight increase in a haircut, you use, a ____ ____
Stationary Guidelines
When you are creating ___ ___, you use a traveling guide, with no ocerdirection, to create the same length throughout the haircut.
Uniform Layers
Straight hair shrinks by about ___ much when dried.
1/4 to 1/2 inch
As it dries, curly hair shrinks by about ___ much.
1/2 to 2 inches
The direction in which the hair grows out from the scalp is called ___ ___.
Growth Pattern
An important part of the client consultation before a haircut is analyzing what?
Face Shape
The 5 characteristics that determine the behavior of hair are:
Density, Texture, Wave Patterns, Hairlines, and Growth Patterns
Hair tecture is based on what?
The Diameter of each hair strand
Wave pattern is defined as the amount of ___ in the hair.
The tool used to cut blunt or straight lines in the hair is the ____ ____.
Haircutting Shears
When a softer effect is desired on the ends of the hair, the tool generally used is the ___ ____.
Straight Razor
The comb usually used in the Shears-Over-Comb technique is the ___ ___.
Barber Comb
In general, the hand that does most of the work in haircutting is the ___ ___.
Cutting Hand
When holding the shears, the ring finger is placed in the what position?
Finger Grip of Still Blades
When combing the hair during a haircut, it is necessary to What?
Palm the Shears
When holding a razor with the handle higher that the shank, the little finger is placed in the What?
The fine teeth of the styling comb are used to what?
Comb the subsection before cutting
The amount of pressure applied when combing and holding a subsection of hair is called ___.
A layered haircut can be created with what?
Traveling Guide or Stationary Guide