15-men haircutting + 15-men haircutting + hairstyling (shapes, lines, angles, tools, texture

Term Definition
A round face benefits from ___. extra height on top
A square face looks good with ___. wavy bangs that blend into temples
Concave profiles require ___. a close hair arrangement over the forehead
A straight profile tends to be the most balanced and can usually wear any hairstyle successfully
Prominent nose shapes include hooked, ___, and large noses. pionted
Reference points are points on the head that mark areas where the surface of the head changes or the behavior of the hair changes as a result of the surface changes
The ___ is also known as the crest, temporal, horseshoe, or hatband area of the head. parietal ridge
Vertical lines facilitate ___ while cutting the projection of the hair at higher elevations
Diagonal lines may be used to create a ___ effect at the perimeter or to blend longer layers to shorter layers within a haircut. stacked layered
Use of a vertical parting projected at 45 degrees, with the fingers holding the partings angled at a ___, will create a tapered effect. 45-degree diagonal
A 90-degree elevation is used to create ___. uniform layers
The cutting line refers to the ___. position of the fingers when cutting a section of hair
___ are classified as being either stationary or traveling Guides
A weight line refers to the ___. heaviest perimeter area of a 0-elevation or 45-degree cut
Use maximum tension on ___. straight hair to create precise lines. ?
Cutting above the fingers is frequently used in men's haircutting to cut and blend layers in the ___ area. All answers are correct. (top, crown, and horseshoe)
Cutting below the fingers is most often used to create design lines at the ___. perimeter of the haircut
When using the ___ technique, both the fingers and the comb should be in a horizontal position parallel to the floor. fingers-and-shear
The ___ cutting technique is normally performed in the nape. comb-over-shear
When using the shear-over-comb technique, place the third finger ___. on the finger brace
In the shear-over-comb technique, the comb is held in the left hand with the fingers on top of the teeth and the thumb ___. on the backbone of the comb
In the shear-over-comb technique, align the still blade of the shears with the comb ___. below the still blade
The arching technique can be used to thin ___. whorls
When using the arching technique, the barber ___. uses the center of the shear blade
The standard techniques for clipper cutting are ___ cutting and clipper-over-comb cutting. clipper and razor
When tight, curly hair is cut ___, the clipper blade gets clogged and patches and spots may be left. with a short blade
Many barbers prefer to use an outliner or trimmer with a fine cutting edge to ___. form the cutting line
Very short curly hair requires true ___ clipper cutting technique. shorthand
Size 0000 detachable blades are ___. closest to shaving
When using the clipper-over-comb cutting technique, the ___ is placed on the top left side of the clipper. thumb
Begin in the nape area ___. only when using an adjustable blade clipper
Short styles, such as ___, have a high taper and are blended in the crest areas, All answer are correct. (butch, crew cuts, and fades)
Flat tops are traditionally slightly longer in the ___ sections and flat across the top of the head form front and crest
A brush cut is also called a ___. crew cut
The Quo Vadis is a popular very short haircut style that is suitable for ___ hair. very curly
Long haircut styles usually require the least amount of ___. clipper tapering
When performing a ___ cut, clipper cutting in the nape should be performed with the clipper tilted on its heel until reaching a point about midway to the ears. medium length
In a ___ style, when cutting around the ears, remove about 1 inch from the hairline, then use an outliner to trim the sideburns and around the ear areas. semi-short
For a ___ style, clipper cutting is performed up to the occipital areas and on the sides to the bottom of the crest. medium-length
Razor cutting is not suitable for cutting— layers cuts or one length cut layers cuts
The razor-over-comb technique is often used to taper nape areas or to ___. soften weight lines
In the two-section method for razor haircutting, the hair is parted ___. from the ear across the crown
Replace dull razors ___. during a cut if necessary
Thinning, slicing, and carving ___. remove bulk
When shaving the ___ areas, hold the razor for a reverse backhand stroke left side outline
A vertical subsection cut at a ___ projection can be cross-checked by parting off the subsections horizontally at 90 degrees. 90-degree
When shaving an outline on ___ hair, first shave the front hairline. tightly curled
Clippers are used to facilitate ___ on a fade cut. blending
To create a crew cut, using #1 1/2 blade, cut with the grain, and angle the comb from the ___. crown to the front
Use a changeable-blade straight razor to perform a ___. head shave
When ___, remove excess hair using a balding clipper blade if available. shaving the head
Shear-over-comb is the most popular technique for eyebrow trimming but a(n) ___ technique can be used as well. outliner-over-comb or small blade guard
Finger-styling produces a ___ look than brush styling. more textured
When ___ and the dryer are used to create wave patterns and direction in the hair, the technique is called blow waving. a comb or brush
One of the most popular types of ___ is on-the-scalp cornrows. braids
To form a braid, place fingers close to the base and first cross the ___. left strand under the center strand
The comb is effective __ hair locking. during the early stages of
In cutting a flat top the hair is shortest in the _________ (on the top of the head) Apex