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ch 10 hair design

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Which type of set allows you to position rollers diagonally and set from multiple points of origin? oblong
Which type of pincurl creates closeness within a hairstyle? flat pincurls
Which type of base control is used to produce lift or strong curl effect? on base (no stem)
Which tool controls short perimeter lengths when sculpting against the skin? taper/contour comb
Which thermal styling tool is used to air form wet hair while using brushes, combs and fingers to create temporary direction and texture changes? blow dryer
Which technique involves using the curling iron to create alternating oblongs along the hair strand? Marcel technique
Which of the following will help determine the temperature used when pressing hair? texture
Which of the following time periods describes how long hair pressing results last? until the next shampoo
Which of the following terms is NOT a common type of curvature pincurl? skip wave
Which of the following results would be achieved by using a pincurl with a closed center? smaller and stronger wave, for a fluffy effect
Which of the following is true about the use of a smaller brush when designing short hair? achieves a curlier design
Which of the following is not one of the main purposes of hair design services: drying the hair
Which of the following hairstyling products adds shine and weight to the hair? pomade
Which of the following base shapes is used within an oblong? rhomboid
Which of the following base shapes is used within a half-circle? triangle
Which basic form consists of hair lengths that progress from shorter in the exterior to longer in the interior and is referred to as a one-length cut? solid
Which base control positions the tool completely off the bottom parting? off base
Which base control is used when the tool sits in the lower portion of the base, but not on or below the parting? underdirected
Which base control has the stem and circle positioned below the base? off base
Where is the stem of the pincurl located that demonstrates the direction of the curl? between the base and first turn
When designing uniformly layered forms, maximum base volume control in the interior and close-fitted lengths in the exterior can create the illusion of: a graduated form
When designing solid forms, their shapes generally expand most: along the perimeter
What type of pincurl is used to create fullness and height? volume
What type of distribution results in a 90-degree angle from its parting? perpendicular
What term, also known as elevation, describes the angle at which the hair is held in relation to the curve of the head prior to sculpting? projection
What technique is used to create a curved-under or flipped-up effect at the ends only? ends technique
What pattern is created when two oblong shapes alternate? S-shaped
What part of a curl is positioned around the roller? circle
What is the result of having the ends of the hair protrude over the iron? fishhook ends
What is the name given to large stand-up pincurls that are able to achieve a similar effect to hair wound around a roller, but resulting in less volume? straight volume
What is the area between partings within a shape on which a roller is placed? base
What is created by two complete oblong shapes that are joined and connected by a ridge? a fingerwave
What direction should the blow dryer's air flow point? down the hair strand from the scalp to the ends
What determines the width and strength of a wave? size of the circle
What determines the size of the parting when sculpting hair? density
What affects the amount of volume, lift, fullness or mass achieved in a hair design? base control
Various shaped bases within pincurls are used to: avoid splits in the finished hairstyle
Two alternating oblongs connected by a ridge in which one oblong is molded and one oblong is set is called a(n): skip wave
To reduce the potential of hair and scalp damage from heat, hold the blow dryer at least: inches from the hair 3 to 5
To maintain control of the hair, which of the following hair types should be texturized the greater distance from the scalp? coarse hair
To maintain a constant temperature during use, the electric curling iron contains a heating element controlled by a: thermostat
To allow for more control and the shrinkage factor, very curly hair should be texturized while it is: dry
Thermal iron procedures are only performed on hair that has been: dried
The widest area around the head is known as the: crest area
The use of a hand-held dryer along with your fingers, brushes, pressing combs and/or a curling iron is called: thermal design
The type of design line that establishes more weight is known as: stationary
The type of comb that is used for backcombing and smoothing the surface of the hair is called a: master sketcher
The two types of distribution in wet and thermal hair designs are radial and: parallel
The two most common braiding methods are the 3-strand overbraid and the: 3-strand underbraid
The tool that allows the greatest air flow to the hair while directing it into the lines of the design is called a(n): air forming brush
The thermal design technique that utilizes a diffuser and the fingers to style the hair is referred to as: scrunch-drying
The technique in which the fingers are used to manipulate and design the hair while using a blow dryer is called: finger styling
The standard procedures used to set hair in wet and thermal design are: distribute, mold, scale, part and apply
The standard procedures used to finish a design are: relax, dry mold, backcomb or backbrush, define the form and detail
The shape of a hair design describes the: silhouette
The section of curl between the scalp and the first turn of the roller is called: stem
The process of drying the hair and then styling it to create a new form is called air forming or: blow drying
The process of designing wet hair into the desired position is referred to as molding or: shaping
The off-base pincurl produces which of the following results? closeness and mobility
The hollow of the fingerwave may be described by which of the following terms? recess
The hair type that generally requires lower temperatures and less contact time when using an electric curling iron is which of the following? chemically altered hair
The diameter of the tool or pincurl will determine the: size of the curl
The combination of the size of the base in relation to the diameter of the tool and the position of the tool in relation to the base is called: base control
The comb used to protect the scalp when performing curling iron techniques should be made of: heat resistant or nonflammable material
The blow dryer attachment that focuses the air flow to a small area is called the: concentrator
The base shapes of pincurls most often used are triangular, square, rectangle and: crescent
The base is usually texturized in short- to mid-length forms to create: lift and volume
The base control used when an equal degree of predetermined direction and volume are required is: half-off base (half stem)
The base control that results in the most volume and strongest base strength is called: on base
The art of dressing and arranging hair to create temporary changes in the form and texture is known as: hair design
The area of the strand at the scalp between partings is called the: base
The area of hair designing in which the hair is manipulated into the desired shapes and movements while wet and then allowed to dry is known as: wet design
The angularity of a planar form can be more or less evident depending on the: styling direction
Texturizing reduces bulk without: shortening the overall length appearance of the hair
Styling lotion supports volume and movement and: is of liquid consistency
Shapes within hair design are grouped into the following two main categories: straight and curvature
Setting for volume oblongs begins: at the convex end
Safety guidelines require the air intake of a blow dryer to be: free from debris
Rain or humidity may cause thermally styled hair to react in which of the following ways? hair returns to its original shape
Overdirection of the ridge in fingerwaving may be caused by which of the following improper techniques? pinching or pushing the ridge
One oblong followed by a row of pincurls is called a: ridge curl
Oblongs used within a design create: wavy movements
Manipulation of a thermal iron when styling involves all of the following procedures EXCEPT: maintaining a closed clamp
Loss of hair elasticity or split ends may be caused by: excessive air forming
Infection control procedures include sweeping and disposing of cut hair: prior to performing the air forming service
In long hair design, a filler: provides support and shape
If the client wants volume, where should the brush be positioned when air forming with a round brush? underneath the hair
If a client requests a temporary hair straightening service, which of the following methods should be used? hair pressing
How is the majority of hair straightening accomplished during a pressing service? pressing the spine of the comb against the hair
How can the temperature of a pressing comb be tested? place it against a paper towel and look for a change of color
Holding the hair 90 degrees from the center of a one-diameter base and having the tool sit on the bottom parting results from which type of base control? half-off base
Hairpins are usually used to secure: delicate areas
Hair that is held at a 45-degree angle above the center of the base and rolled to sit in the upper portion of the base is described by which of the following terms? overdirected
Hair preparation requires the proper choice of products, tools, setting techniques and: patterns
Hair design is a temporary change in: form, texture and direction
Hair breakage may result from which of the following actions? pressing hair too often
Generally the taper shear-over-comb technique is used for: blending
Freeform designs include both wet and thermal design compositions that: cannot be classified with specific geometric forms or design techniques
During hair pressing, fine hair requires which of the following actions? apply less heat
Distribution begins at the point where motion begins, also known as the: point of origin
Defining the form includes smoothing the surface of the hair and: controlling the amount of desired volume
Curvature shapes are used to imply movement in either of the following two directions: clockwise and counterclockwise
Curling iron barrels, in order to retain heat, are usually made of which of the following materials? stainless steel
Cone-shaped rollers fit into a curvature shape and allow the creation of which of the following results? a stronger curvature movement
Cascade pincurls are volume pincurls used to create which of the following results: fullness and height
Before brushing or combing hair that has been curled with an iron, ensure that the hair is: completely cool
An on-the-scalp overbraid creates a/an: inverted appearance
All of the following are true about using a thermal iron on tinted, white or very fine hair EXCEPT: highest iron temperature is used
A technique used to increase height and control form by creating a cushion or mesh at the base with a comb is called: backcombing
A section of hair that forms a pincurl is commonly described in three parts as the base, stem (arc) and: circle
A pincurl with an open circle has the ability to produce which of the following effects? with uniform curls wider wave pattern
A hard press refers to applying the pressing comb: twice with more pressure and heat
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