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Chapter 12 Milady

Basics of Chemistry

Hairstyle design that features unequal proportions designed to balance facial features. asymmetrical balance
Establishing equal or appropriate proportions to create symmetry. In hairstyling, it signifies the proper degree of height to width. balance
Triangular section that begins at the apex, or high point of the head, and ends at the front corners fringe. bang area/fringe
Curving inward concave profile
Horizontal and vertical lines that meet at a 90- degree angle. contrasting lines
Curving outward. convex profile
Lines on an angle, used to soften a design. curved lines
Wave pattern design texture
Lines positioned between horizontal and vertical lines diagonal lines
The place in hairstyle where the eye is drawn first before traveling to the reat of the design. empasis or focus
Outline of the overall hairstyle as seen from all angles. form
Orderly and pleasing arrangement of shapes and lines. harmony
Lines parallel to the floor or horizon; creates width in design horizontal lines
Repeating lines in a hairstyle; may be straight or curved. parallel lines
Harmonious relationship amoung parts or things, or the comparative relation of one thing to another. proportion
Outline of the face, head, or figure seen in a side view. profile
Regular, recurrent pattern of movement in a hairstyle. rhythm
A hairstyle with only one line such as the one length hairstyle single lines
Area that the hairstyle occupies; also thought of as the area inside the form. space
Neither convex nor concave. straight profile
Hairstyle design that is similar on both sides of the face. symmetrical balance
Usually curved lines that are to blend and soften horizontal or vertcal lines. transitional lines
Lines that are straight up and down; creates length and height in the hair design. vertical lines
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