BC: Soledad Mendez
FC: Making People Beautiful one cut at a Time
1: Introducing the way hair was styled and cut in the early years to the current years. How time can change the trends of a hair cut and the way society would embrace the new look. The tools that were and are used today to create such wonderful looks .
2: 1930 Hairstyles became more lush and girlish adding finger waves reflecting the transition from the 1920's what ever the style it had to preserve the waves. | 1920 Vintage Hairstyles A drastic departure from the long feminine looks it became the gate way to Curling ,Perming ,and coloring methods. This fantastic short due is what is known as 'The Bod' Bold flamboyant and sinful | 1920-1930
3: 1940 - 1950 | We saw a lot of curls and up dos being used. Hairstyles were chic most women used soft curls to get a feminine look. Generally hairstyles were smother at the crown. For men hair was swept back from the face. Some men would indulge in a sharp side part.
4: 1960 | In the 1960s hair styles was just that- Styled . Whether "long, straight, curly or fuzzy' a great deal of attention was paid to getting just the right look
5: 1970 | In the 1970s people didn't pay much attention to the over maintenance of their hair it was big , straight or curly but most of the time it was left in it's natural state.
6: 1980 | In the 1980s it was all about the hair spray.The bigger the better the spikes the curls the frizz .
7: 1990 | In the 1990 the hair was toned down the hair was tamed and in control
8: 2000 | The Millenium | No one style Short,Long,Curly,Straight,Big ,Flat or a combination of them all . In this century we all want to express our selfs with that perfect hair cut.
10: Seven Sculpting Procedures | 1. Section the hair into workable areas for the purpose of control. 2. Position Head as either upright ,tilted or forward 3. Part to separate, distribute and control the hair 4. Distribute the hair 5. Project the hair appropriately for the desired structure 6. Position fingers - shears (parallel or nonparallel) 7. Sculpt to the appropriate Design Line
11: Tools | Blow Dryer | Curling Iron | Flat Iron | Comb | Shears | Razor | Water Bottle | Clips
12: Solid Form | Consists of lengths that progress from shorter in the exterior to longer in the interior. In natural fall all lengths fall to one level. This cut is sometimes referred to as a one-length cut , bob , dutch boy , blunt cut or 0 angle cut.
13: Increased Layered Form | Consists of shorter interior lengths that progress toward longer lengths. In natural fall this progression creates a totally activated surface texture with no visible weight. This cut is sometimes referred to as a shag or 180 angle cut .
14: Graduated Form | Consists of shorter exterior lengths that gradually progress toward longer interior. In natural fall the ends appear to stack up along an angle. The result is a combination of unactivated textures at the interior and activated textures in the exterior. This cut is sometimes referred to as a wedge or 45 angle cut.
15: Uniformly Layered Form | This cut has consistent lengths throughout the design. In natural fall this repetition of lengths produces a totally activated texture with no noticeable weight. This cut is sometimes referred to as a layered cut or 90 angle cut.
16: Vocabulary | Air Forming : Process of simultaneously drying and designing the hair to create a new form. All Purpose Comb : Detangles and distributes the hair after the shampoo service. Alopecia : Excessive hair loss. Alopcia Areata : Sudden loss of hair in round or irregular patches without display of an inflamed scalp. Anagen: Active or growing stage of hair, during which time each hair bulb has an attached root sheath. Apex : Top of highest point of the head. Angles : 0, 45, 90. Bevel Under : Technique that produces a turned - under effect; blade is positioned behind the section and moved in curved strokes . Bevel Up : Technique that produces a slight upward toward turn of the ends, or flip ; blade is positioned on top of the section of hair. Catagen : Brief transitional stage of hair growth when all cell divisions stop . Celestial Axis : Symbol used to identify straight and curved lines, directions and projection angles. Clippers : Electric sculpting tool used to create precise lines or soft ,broom like effect Clipper over comb : Sculpting technique in which the hair is directed up and held in one position with the comb ; clippers are positioned on top of the comb, which can be positioned horizontally , vertically or diagonally; remove lengths close to scalp and create square forms. Comb Control ; Use of various comb size and shapes to control the hair while sculpting . Con Cave Lines : Lines that curve inward, like the inside of a sphere.
17: Conditioner : Product used to fortify damaged hair and help prevent further damage. Curvilinear : Characterized by curved lines. Density : The degree to which any area is occupied ; the amount of hair per square centimeter. Design : An arrangement of shapes , lines and ornamental effects that creates an artistic unit. Design Element : Major components of an art form. In hair design, they are; form ,texture and color Fade : A sculpting technique that is a very short version of graduation. In many instances, areas of the head are sculpted to the skin with the use of clippers. Form Line : The outline or outer boundary of a form. Fringe : Hair that partially or completely covers the forehead in a design. Gradated : A progression of shorter lengths toward the top of the head , creating an activated surface. Graduated Texture : A progression of lengths in which the ends of the hair appear to stack upon one another. Horizontal : Near , on or parallel to the horizon . Layered Texture : Texture in which the ends of the hair are most visible. Line : a series of points . Line of Inclination : The angle at which graduation progresses in length. Multiple Design Line : two or more stationary design lines used with a conversion layering technique to achieve increase layered texture. Natural Fall : The natural position the hair assumes due to gravitational pull. Parallel : A line , o point on a line, that maintains an equal distance from another line or point. Planar Sculpting : A technique in which the lengths are sculpted along a plane.
18: As you can tell the fore basic forms of hair sculpting is what has become the gateway to all fantastic hair cuts. Its like having a map, it guides you to where you want to go without getting you lost.