Milady's Chapter 14

The element of hair design that defines form and space is a:


Lines a constant distance apart in the same direction that are used to create width in a hair design are:

horizontal lines

Curved lines repeating in opposite directions create a(n):


The type of line used to make a hairstyle appear longer and narrower is a(n):

vertical line

An example of a style using curved, parallel lines that creates interest in the design is a:

finger wave style

Curved lines that are used to blend and soften horizontal or vertical lines are:

transitional lines

Contrasting lines are horizontal and vertical lines that create a hard edge and form a:

90-degree angle

The part of the overall design that the client will respond to first is the:


The form or mass of a hairstyle may also be called:


The area surrounding the form is:


The wave pattern used to accentuate the face and narrow a round head shape should be:


The element used to define texture and line and tie design elements together is:


A single line of color, or a series of repeated lines, creates a:

bold, dramatic accent

Colors that recede or move in toward the head, creating the illusion of less volume are:

cooler colors

To draw a line in a hairstyle in the direction you want the eye to travel, use a:

light color

The comparative relationship in scale of one thing to another in hair design is called:


Establishing equal or appropriate proportions to create symmetry in a design is called:


The hair design where both sides of a hairstyle form a mirror image of each other is known as:

symmetrical balance

The regular pulsation or recurrent pattern of movement in a design is the:


The principle of hair design that holds all the elements of design together is:


The two defining characteristics of hair type are:

wave patterns and hair texture

A client's facial shape is determined by the position and prominence of the:

facial bones

The facial shape that is one and a half times longer than its width across the brow is the:

oval face

The styling choice for a client with a round facial type would be a style that has:

volume on top and closeness or no volume at sides

To offset or round out the square facial type, choose a style that has:

volume around areas between the temples and jaw and adds width around ears

The outline of the face, head, and figure seen in a side view is the:


The facial shape that is considered to be ideal is the:

oval face

The profile that is considered to be ideal is the:

straight profile

Lighter highlights may be used at the temples to create the illusion of:


A curved part is used for a high forehead or:

receding hairline