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Milady Standard14

Asymmetrical Balance Is established when two imaginary halves of a hairstyle have an equal visual weight, but the two halves are positioned unevenly. Opposite sides of the hairstyle are different length or have a different volume. Asmmetry can be horizontal or diagonal.
Balance Establishing equal or appropiate proportions to create symmetry.
Bang Area Also known as fringe area; Triangular section that begins at the apex, or high point of the head, and ends at the front corner
Concave Profile Curving inward; Prominent forehead and chin, with other features receded inward.
Contrasting Lines Horizontal and vertical lines that meet at a 90-degree angle and create a hard edge.
Convex Profile Curving outward; Receding forehead and chin.
Curved Lines Lines moving in a circular or semi-circular direction; used to soften a design.
Designed Texture Wave pattern that must be taken into consideration when designing a style.
Diagonal Lines Lines positioned between horizontal and vertical lines. They are often used to emphasize or minimize facial features.
Directional Lines Lines with a definite forward or backward movement.
Emphasis Also known as focus; The place in a hairstyle where the eye is drawn first before traveling to the rest of the design.
Form The mass or general outline of a hairstyle. It is three-demensionaland has length,width, and depth.
Harmony The creation of unity in a design; The most important of the art priciples. Holds all the elements of design together.
Horizontal Lines Lines parallel to the floor or horizon; Create width in design.
Parallel Lines Repeating lines in a hairstyle; May be straight or curved.
Profile Outline of the face, head, figure seen in a side view.
Proportion The comparative relation of one thing to another; The harmonious relationship among parts or things.
Rhythm A regular pulsation or recurrent pattern of movement in a design.
Single Lines A hairstyle with only one line, such as the one-length hairstyle.
Space The area surrounding the form or the area the hairstyle occupies.
Straight Profile Neither convex nor concave; Considered the ideal.
Symmetrical Balance Two halves of a style; Form a mirror image of one another.
Transitional Lines Usually curved lines that are used to blend and soften horizontal or vertical lines.
Vertical Lines Lines that are straight up and down; Create length and height in hair design.
Created by: eryan21