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Principles of Hair Design

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  • Q1
    The area that the hair occupies is known as:
    wave pattern
    space
    form
    line
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  • Q2
    The outline or silhouette of a hairstyle is known as:
    form
    line
    proportion
    space
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  • Q3
    Which element of hair design creates the form, design, and movement of a hairstyle?
    harmony
    form
    space
    line
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  • Q4
    Lines that are parallel to the floor that create width are called:
    vertical
    diagonal
    perpendicular
    horizontal
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  • Q5
    Which types of lines will soften a design?
    contrasting
    vertical
    straight
    curved
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  • Q6
    Hairstyles with which type of line are best for clients who require a minimum of care when styling their hair?
    repeating
    single
    transitional
    diagonal
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  • Q7
    The relationship between objects in relation to their size is known as:
    balance
    proportion
    harmony
    rhythm
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  • Q8
    Establishing equal or approximate proportions to create symmetry in the hair is called:
    symmetry
    emphasis
    rhythm
    balance
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  • Q9
    When opposite sides of the hairstyle have different lengths or volume, it is called:
    asymmetrical balance
    proportionate balance
    symmetrical balance
    harmonious balance
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  • Q10
    The recurrent pattern that creates movement in a hairstyle is called:
    emphasis
    balance
    rhythm
    proportion
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  • Q11
    The place the eye sees first in a hairstyle is called:
    harmony
    proportion
    rhythm
    emphasis
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  • Q12
    The principle of hair design that holds all the elements of a design together is:
    emphasis
    ornamentation
    balance
    harmony
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  • Q13
    The terms straight, wavy, and curly describe:
    balance
    rhythm
    wave pattern
    emphasis
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  • Q14
    Ornamentation is a way of creating:
    emphasis
    rhythm
    balance
    proportion
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  • Q15
    The most versatile type of hair for styling is:
    curly, fine
    wavy, medium
    wavy, coarse
    straight, medium
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  • Q16
    The hair type that gives a narrow silhouette and lies flat to the head is:
    straight, fine
    wavy, fine
    curly, fine
    straight, coarse
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  • Q17
    The hair type that is prone to separation as it gets long is:
    curly, fine
    straight, fine
    wavy, fine
    curly, coarse
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  • Q18
    Straight, coarse hair has some volume but is:
    fly-away
    prone to separating
    very fragile
    hard to curl
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  • Q19
    The widest silhouette is found in:
    curly, medium hair
    extremely curly, coarse hair
    curly, fine hair
    straight, coarse hair
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  • Q20
    A hair type you may want to recommend a relaxer or perm for because it is not straight enough to be worn straight or curly enough to be worn curly is:
    wavy, coarse
    wavy, medium
    wavy, fine
    extremely curly, coarse
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