Wave pattern changes can be created or changed temporarily with styling tools and permanently with _____.
In designing for clients with large or broad shoulders, the stylist should create styles with ______.
When opposite sides of a hairstyle have different lengths or different volume and appear to have equal visual weight, it is considered to have ______ balance.
The area of a design where the eye is drawn to first before traveling to the rest of the design is called ______.
create volume between the temples and jaw.
To offset or round out the features of a square facial shape, the aim would be to _______.
The triangular section that begins at the apex or high point of the head and ends at the front corners is called the ______.
heat and/or wet styling techniques
Design texture can be created temporarily with the use of ______.
What is a physical characteristic that is NOT taken into account when designing an artistic and suitable hairstyle?
For a client with _____, you should direct the hair back and away from the face at the temples.
For a client with a ______ nose, bring hair forward at the forehead, with softness around the face.
a wide face and full cheeks
If a male client has _____, a fairly close-trimmed beard and mustache would be very thinning to the overall appearance.
The face shape featuring a narrow forehead, extreme width through the cheekbones, and a narrow chin is the _____.
Establishing equal or appropriate proportions to create symmetry. In hairstyling it is the relationship of height to weight.
Horizontal and vertical lines that meet at a 90-degree angle and create a hard edge.
The creation of unity in a design; the most important of the art principles. Holds all the elements of the design together.
The comparative relation of one thing to another; the harmonious relationship among parts or things.