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S: Ladies & Men Hair Sculpting

BC: Inna | Yuriychuk

FC: Ladies | Men | and | HairScuplting

1: Contents | of | Table | -Introduction pg. 3 -Hair History pg. 4-9 -Sculpting tools pg. 10 -Sculpting tips pg. 11 -Four forms pg. 12-15 -Vocabulary pg. 16-17 -Conclusion pg. 19

3: Introduction | I love hair and everything about hair. The texture, design, especially the color. Its amazing to see how a little color, cut and design can make a person look so different. There are so many different ways to sculpt both men and ladies hair. There is four main hair sculpts solid form, graduated form, increased layered form, and uniformly layered form. The combinations of these four are endless. Hair sculpting is really fun and I'm excited to learn more and perfect my haircuts.

4: The roaring 20's or the Jazz Age

5: The Great Depression 30's | World War II 40's

6: Costume Fashion 50's | Hippie Movement

7: Disco Fashion 70's | 60's

8: Pop culture 80's

9: The electronic age 90's | The now generation 2000's

10: Sculpting Tools | Combs | Jaw Clips | Blow Dryer | Flat Iron | Clippers | Trimmers | Shears

11: Sculpting Tips | 1. When doing a wet hair cut make sure the hair is completely wet. | 2. Be sure you can see your design line throughout your whole haircut. | 3. When sculpting make sure you have the hair sectioned away correctly so you don't get lost in the hair cute. | 4. Be sure to palm your shears when your not cutting so you don't cut your self.

12: Solid Form | All lengths fall to one level

13: GraduatedForm | Shorter exterior lengths progress toward longer interior lengths

14: Increase layered Form | Shorter interior lengths toward longer exterior lengths

15: Uniform layered Form | All lengths are equal

16: 1.Abstract- Theoretical: not of concrete substance. 2. Anatomy- The science of bodily structure> 3. Asymmetry- Lack of symmetry. 4. Balance- Equilibrium of design elements. 5. Blend- To meet or join. 6. Celestial axis- A two-dimensional measurement system that identifies levels of space that surrounds the head. 7. Concave- Curved like the interior of a sphere. 8. Converge- To come together toward a common point. 9. Convex- Curved like the exterior of a sphere. 10. Crest Area- The widest part around the head. 11. Interior- The area of the head above the crest. 12. Exterior- The area of the head below the crest. 13.Curvilinear- Characterized by curved lines. 14. Form- A three-dimensional representation of shape. 15. Texture- The quality of a surface influenced by sculpting techniques and curl patterns. 16. Alternation- Sequential repetition. 17. Contrast- A desirable relationship of opposites. 18. Progression- A succession of lengths that increases or decreases by proportional steps. 19. Repetition- Of identical nature throughout | V | o | C | A | B

17: 20. Diagonal- A line with a slanted or sloping direction. 21. Direction- The path taken by a line or plane. 22. Directional- The hair is combed straight up or straight out from the curve of the head. 23. Natural- The direction the hair assumes in relation to its natural growth pattern. 24. Fade- A sculpting technique that is a very short version of graduation. 25. Form Line- The outline or outer boundary of a form. 26. Graduated- A progression of shorter lengths toward the interior. 27. Line- A series of points. 28. Mass- The quantity of matter in any given body. 29. Perimeter- Circumference, border of outer boundary. 30. Planar Sculpting- In which the lengths are sculpted along a plane. 31. Plane- Any flat or level surface. 32. Project- To extend forward or out. 33. Shape- The contour of an object. 34. Silhouette- The outer contour of an object or design. 35. Symmetry- Having equal sides or parts. 36. Tension- The art of stretching the condition of being stretched. 37. Unactivated- A smooth surface in which the ends are not visible. 38. Activated- A rough hair surface in which the ends are visible. 39. Ridge Line- The line that divides two textures in graduated forms 40. Volume- Mass or fullness.

19: Conclusion | This class has been so much fun and i have learned a lot. I learned the proper way to use hair cutting shears. Also how to use my comb and shears together and then palming my shears. I thought it was going to be super easy to cut hair, but it was actually really hard. I have the basics down so i can only expand my knowledge and soon its gonna be like second nature. Thank you Mrs. Trish you have been a great teacher.

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