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Principles of Hair Design Chapter 9 After completing this chapter, you should be able to: List the 5 elements of hair design List the 5 principles of hair.

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1 Principles of Hair Design Chapter 9 After completing this chapter, you should be able to: 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

2 Philosophy of Design u Will help you: – develop real artistic skill & judgment – foundation of any artistic application – your goal is to learn how to design the appropriate hairstyle for your client – it takes practice & experience – inspiration can come from anywhere – visual

3 Elements of Hair Design Five basic hair designs: form space line color wave pattern

4 Elements of Hair Design u Form –outline or silhouette –seen from all angles »proportion to shape of head, face, length & width of neck & shoulder line

5 Elements of Hair Design u Space –area the style occupies –called volume –3 dimensional as well as length, width, & depth

6 Elements of Hair Design u Line - create form, design, or movement; can be straight or curved –horizontal - parallel to floor or horizon »create width –vertical - straight up & down; make a style appear longer & narrower

7 Elements of Hair Design –diagonal - positioned between horizontal & vertical »used for emphasis »to minimize facial features »create interest –curved - soften a design »large or small »full or partial circles »can be placed horizontally, vertically or diagonally »repeating curved lines in opposite directions are called waves

8 Designing with Lines u Single line –minimum care, one length style u Repeating lines –parallel lines in a style ( straight or curved ) –repetition creates interest ( F/W )

9 Designing with Lines u Contrasting lines –horizontal & vertical lines meet at a 90 degree angle –create a hard edge (client w/ strong personality) u Transitional lines –usually curved lines –used to blend & soften horizontal & vertical lines

10 Color u Color Psychology u Important visually & psychologically –can create texture & lines –can tie design elements together –can evoke certain reactions »lighter colors seem youthful & exciting »darker colors may seem seductive & mysterious »warm colors tend to be soft »cooler colors are bold & dramatic

11 Color u Creating dimension with color –light or warm colors »create illusion of volume –dark or cool colors »recede or move in toward head »create illusion of less volume u When colors that are warm & cool alternate w/ those that are light & dark, the illusion of dimension is created

12 Color u Creating lines with color –using lighter color »you can draw a line in direction you want your eye to travel »create interesting or dramatic accent u Color selection –tone must be compatible w/ clients tones »when using 2 or more colors, be within 2 levels of each other »if using high contrast colors, use 1 sparingly

13 Wave Pattern u Natural wave –straight »reflects light better, one length cut is good –wavy »can be styled to create horizontal lines –curly or extra-curly »does not reflect much light »appears coarse to touch

14 Wave Pattern u Creating wave patterns w/ styling tools –temporarily using heat or wet techniques such as curling irons, hot rollers, blow dryers, flat irons, crimping irons, rollers, pin curls, finger waves, etc. –curly hair can be straightened w/ blow-dryer or flat iron

15 Wave pattern u Tips for designing with wave patterns –avoid too many combinations »result is a look that is too busy, keep to a maximum of 3 –smooth patterns to accent face »use smooth wave patterns to narrow round head shapes –curly patterns take away from face »use them to soften square or rectangular features

16 Summary u Hairstyling, as we know it today, involves arranging the hair to complement the features of the client’s face, head shape and body. You must be able to design a look that enhances the positive features while minimizing unflattering features. This is all done with an understanding of the elements and principles of design

17 Assignment u From a magazine find pictures reflecting –form –space –line –color –wave pattern


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