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1 Principles of Hair Design Milady’s Standard Cosmetology Cosmetology: ©2007 Thomson Delmar Learning. All Rights Reserved

2 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY “The optimist sees opportunity in every danger; the pessimist sees danger in every opportunity” Winston Churchill

3 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Objectives List the 5 elements of hair design List the 5 principles of hair design Identify different facial shapes Demonstrate how to design hairstyles to enhance or camouflage facial features Explain design considerations for men

4 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY The Inspiration Visual understanding Strong technique and skills

5 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Please make your selection A)Movies B)A magazine C)A stranger D)TV E)All of the above

6 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Strong Technique and Skills Don’t confine yourself to the basics; explore new possibilities and customize each client’s individual needs and style

7 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Possibilities What would you take into consideration to advise a client on a style? Why? How would you suggest your ideas to your client? Lets look at some items we should think about.

8 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Elements of Design – Lines Horizontal Vertical Diagonal Curved

9 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Repeating Curved Lines Curved lines repeating in opposite directions create a wave

10 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Designing with Lines Single line Parallel lines

11 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Designing with Lines Contrasting lines Transitional lines

12 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Designing with Lines Form Space

13 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Design Texture Straight hair Wavy hair Curly Extremely curly hair

14 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Styling tools Chemicals Wave patterns

15 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Color Color psychology Creating dimension with color Creating lines with color Color selection

16 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Color Psychology Can create texture and lines. Can tie design elements together. Can evoke certain reactions.

17 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Principles of Hair Design Proportion: Relationship between objects relative to their size Body proportion

18 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Balance Symmetrical Asymmetrical

19 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY True or False Lines create for, design or movement and they must be straight.

20 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY True or False The four elements of design are Horizontal, Curved, Vertical and Diagonal

21 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Rhythm

22 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Emphasis Wave patterns Color Change in form Ornamentation

23 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Harmony The most important principle in hair design –Form with interesting lines –Pleasing color and textures –Balance and rhythm to strengthen design

24 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Creating Harmony Shape of head Features Body posture Influence of hair types –Texture

25 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Combinations of Hair Types Fine straight hair Straight medium hair Straight coarse hair Wavy fine hair Wavy medium hair Wavy coarse hair

26 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Combinations of Hair Types Curly fine hair Curly medium hair Curly coarse hair Very curly fine hair Extremely curly medium hair Extremely curly coarse hair

27 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Facial Types Oval Round Square

28 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Facial Types Triangular Oblong Diamond Inverted triangular

29 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Facial Profiles Straight profile Convex profile Concave profile

30 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Special Considerations Top third of face Middle third of face Lower third of face

31 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Head Shapes Not all are round Design for volume and lack of volume

32 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Wearing Eye Glasses Consider eyeglass arms Consider hair length around ear

33 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Hair Parts and Fringe Triangular Diagonal Curved

34 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Style Parts Side parts Center parts Diagonal parts Zigzag parts

35 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Designing for Men Styles Mustache and beard shapes

36 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Summary and Review What are the 5 elements of design? What are the 5 art principles of hair design? Why must the stylist consider the client’s entire body when designing a hairstyle?

37 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Summary and Review What are symmetrical and asymmetrical balances? What is considered to be the most important art principle and why? Explain the general principles of highlighting or camouflaging facial features

38 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Summary and Review List and describe the 7 facial shapes

39 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Name at least 5 facial features that must be considered when designing a hairstyle What is the difference between a convex and concave profile? How do the elements and principles of hair design apply to men? Summary and Review

40 MILADY’S Standard Instructor Support Slides COSMETOLOGY Congratulations! You’ve just completed one unit of study toward program completion!


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