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CosmetologyFinal2012

School Finals for Cosmetology

QuestionAnswer
Points on the head that mark where the surface of the head/hair changes Refrence Points
Use refrence points to establish design lines Design Lines
Widest area of the head, starting at the temples and ending at the bottom of the crown Parietal Ridge
The bone that protrudes at the base of the skull Occipital Bone
Highest point on the top of the head Apex
Below the occipital bone, back of the neck Nape
Section of hair, determines the length for cut Guide
Lines parallel to the floor or horizon Horizontal lines
Lines that build weight in a haircut Vertical lines
Dividing the hair in parts Section
Graduation in layers Degrees
Angle/Degree the hair is held when cut Elevation
Type of hair that be cut with less elevation and left longer Curly Hair
Moves in a haircut Traveling Guide
Does not move in a haircut Stationary Guide
Conversation between you and your client dicussing the clients wants Client Consoultation
Direction in which the hair grows from scalp Natural Falling Position
Described as FINE , MEDIUM , or COARSE Texture
Described as THIN , MEDIUM , or THICK Hair Density
Amount of movement in a hair strand Wave Pattern
Amount of pressure applied when combing a section Tension
What are the complementary colors Red, Yellow & Green
What is developer called Hydrogen Peroxide
What is the most common developer used with permanet hair color 20 Volume
One step color service requires what developer 40 Volume
What is the most critical part of a color service Client Consoultation
How many levels can hair be decolorized 10
When doing a single color process Single Application
When doing a double color process 2 Step Process
The hairs ability to absorb moisture Hair Porosity
What type of hair takes the longest to process Coarse Hair
Type of hair that is porous and takes color quickly High Porosity
The unit to measure the lightness or darkness of a color Level
What type of tones look darker Cool Tones
Tones are described as... COOL, WARM, & NEUTRAL
What are the primary colors RED YELLOW BLUE
What are the secondary colors VIOLET GREEN ORANGE
What color cancels out RED GREEN
What color cancels out YELLOW VIOLET
What color cancels out BLUE ORANGE
Created by: RachelFreeman