BC: By Sara Wilkey
FC: H | A | I | R | S | C | U | L | P | T | I | N | G
1: Table of Contents | Introduction History of Hair Tools for Sculpting Hair Sculpting Tips Solid Form Graduated Form Increased Layer Form Uniformly Layer Form 40 Pivot Point Vocabulary Conclusion
2: Introducing..... | Throughout history, the length and shape of hair have fascinated and inspired people all over the world. Today, the length and shape of hair still fascinate and inspire. Hair sculpting is defined as a carving or removing of hair lengths to create various forms and shapes.
3: 20's | Hairstyles of the 1920's created more controversy in hair fashion then any other period of American culture.And one Hairstyle simply known as the "Bob" would be a the center of this great debate.First introduced during the Great War, the bob haircut would eventually cause a revolution in the way women wear their hair forevermore.
4: 40's | Wartime Glamour: Women's Hair During the 1940's For women on the home front, the years of World War 2 were nothing to celebrate, but despite this, they still made an impressive effort to be glamorous in their own way!
5: 50's | After the more sober styles of the 1940s, the women who came of age in the 1950s felt free to get a little more intricate and glamorous with their styles. This was a time period where women had become more accustomed to a place in the working world, and they were ready to come into their own
6: The 1960 Bouffant Hairstyle For a large portion of the 1960’s, big hair was in. The1960 Bouffant hairstyle and the Beehive hairstyles were all the rage for women of all ages and it seemed the higher the hair, the happier the woman
7: 70's | The seventies was a hippie era, it meant long and wild flowing hair. The look of hairstyles was all natural. No more poodle hair r bouffants.
8: Hairstyles in the 1980's were mostly large and fulsome. The decade began with a continuance of the Purdey cult haircut.
9: 90's | 1990's Hairstyles were heavily influenced by Tv , Hollywood, and the Music Industry.The 90's was a trendy culture with various hairstyles. Hair was not as big as it was in the 80's
11: Anything Goes.....
12: Hai r | Tool s
13: Hair Sculpting Tips | 1.The bigger picture: to meet your clients physical and emotional needs, consider facial shape, body structure and hair qualities along with lifestyles and personal likes and dislikes 2.When visualizing the form of a hair design , use geometric shapes, such as a square, triangle,oval and circle as references. 3. Always part the hair when sculpting, subdivide the sections for better distribution and helps you to gain control of the hair . 4. Create a design line at the beginning of each sculpture. The type of design line you choose influences the amount of desired weight in the sculpture form. 5.Always know the projection of the hair . The way the hair is projected while sculpting is crucial for the final result. Natural Distribution=0 degrees, Graduated form=45 degrees, and Uniformly layered form =90 degrees.
14: Solid Form | Ladies | Men's | A length progression that increases toward the top of the head with all lengths falling to the same level in natural fall; produces an unactivated sculpted texture
15: Graduated Form | Ladies | Men's | A form in which the lengths gradually become longer toward the interior; in natural fall,the ends stack above one another ; produces an unactivated and activated sculpture texture
16: Increase -Layered | A form in which lengths become progressively longer toward the exterior; produces an activated sculpted texture | Ladies | Men's
17: Uniformly Layered | Ladies | Men's | A form which all lengths are equal; produces an activated sculpted texture
18: Vocabulary | Abstract- Theoretical: not of concrete substance Asymmetry- Lack of symmetry Balance-Equilibrium of design elements Blend-To meet or join. Both lines and textures can be blended or not blended in a hair sculpture. Lines-Horizontal , vertical, diagonal right, diagonal left Angles- 0 , 45, 90 degree Direction-upward, downward, forward, backward, left, right Comb Control- Sculpting technique in which the teeth of the comb, as opposed to the fingers, hold hair in the position while sculpting; places minimal tension on the hair. Concave- Curved like the interior of a sphere. Convex-Having a surface that curves outward, like exterior of a sphere. Crest Area- The widest part around the head.Divides interior and exterior. Interior -The area of the head above the crest Exterior- The area of the head below the crest Curvilinear- Characterized by curved lines Horizontal- Near, on or parallel to the horizon Line-series of points Natural Fall-the natural position the hair assumes due to gravitational pull Perimeter-Circumference, border or outer boundary Project-to extend forward or out Zero-flat to surface of head
19: Cross Check- a final stage in sculpting in which the accuracy of the sculpture is checked by using the line opposite the original sculpting pattern Design- an arrangement of shapes, lines and ornamental effects that creates an artist effect Direction- the path taken by a line or plane Form- a three - dimensional representation of shape Texture- the quality of a surface influenced by sculpting techniques and curl pattern Color- the visual effect achieved when light reflects off a given object Diagonal-a line with a slanted or sloping direction Distribution-the direction the hair is combed in relation to its base parting Direction- the path taken by a line or plane Natural-the direction the hair assumes in relation to its natural growth pattern Perpendicular- the direction hair assumes when it is combed at a 90 degree angle to its base parting Form Line- The outline or outer boundary of a form Graduated- a progression of shorter lengths toward the top of the head Qualitative Analysis-to list all the parts of a whole Sectioning-dividing the head into workable areas for control Solid Form- a length progression that increases toward the top of the head with all lengths falling to the same level in natural fall Unactivated-a smooth surface in which the ends are visible Activated-a rough hair surface in which the ends are visible Volume-mass or fullness Weight- Mass in form and space
20: My Conclusion of HairSculpting | Hair sculpting has been a challenging and fun experience for me . Throughout my experience I have learned the four basic forms of a hair sculpture.Texturizing techniques and with the Seven Sculpting procedures allow adaptation of a wide variety of clientèle and different creations It is definitely not as easy as most people would think . But thanks to an awesome teacher ( Mrs. Trish) I was able accomplish learning all of the sculpting techniques we were taught. I am excited to begin my career as hair stylist and continue sculpting an array of clients hair.