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CTC Cosmo ch14B

CTC Cosmo ch14B Vocab

reference points points on the head that mark where the surface of the head changes or the behavior of the hair changes; used to establish design lines
head form shape of the head,which greatly affects the way the hair falls & behaves, also called head shape
four corners points on the head that signal a change in the shape of the head from flat to round or vice versa
parietal Ridge Widest area of the head, usually starting at the temples and ending ata the bottom of the crown
apex Highest point on the top of the head
angle space between two lines or surfaces that intersect at a given popint
bang triangular section that begins at the apex and ends at the front corners
crown area of the head between the apex and back of the parietal ridge
line thin continous mark used as a guide; can be straight or curved, horizontal, verticl, or diagonal
nape back part of the neck; the hair below the occipital bone
graduation Elevation occurs when a section is lifted above 0 degrees
beveling technique using diagonal lines by cutting endswith a slight increase or decrease in length
sections to divide the hair by parting into uniform working areas for control
part/parting line dividing the hair to the scalp that seperates one section of hair from another or creates subsections
cutting line angle at which the fingers are held when cutting, and ultimately the line that is cut; also finger position, finger angle, cutting position, cutting angle
guideline section of hair located either at the perimeter or onterior of the cut, that determines the length the hair will be cut; usuakky the first section that is cut to create shape
interior inner or internal part
preimeter outer line of a hairstyle
stationary guideline guideline that does not move
traveling guideline guideline that moves as the haircutting progresses, used often when creating layers or graduation
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