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A clients face shape is determined by the position and prominence of the...?

facial bones

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There are seven basic facial shapes:...?

oval, round, square, triange, oblong, diamond, and inverted triangle

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You are generally trying to create the illusion of a(n) ( ) shaped face.

oval

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To determine the facial shape, divide the face into 3 zones:

forehead to eyebrows, eyebrows to end of nose, end of nose to bottom of chin

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The Contor and proportions of the ( ) shaped face form the basis and ideals for evaluating and modifying other facial types.

oval

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The ( ) face is about 1 and a half times longer than it's width across the brow

oval

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What is the round facial types Contor?

round hairline and round chin line; wide face

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What is your objective when working with a round facial type?

To create the illusion of length to the face, since this will make the face appear slimmer

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A good ( ) hairstyle has height or volume in top and closeness or no volume at the sides

round face

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What is the square facial types Contor?

wide at temples, narrow at middle third of face and squared off at the jaw

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What is your objective when working with a square facial type?

To offset or round out the square features

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A good ( ) hairstyle softens the hair around the temples and jaw by bringing the silhouette close to the head form. create volume between the temples and jaw by adding width around the ear area

square face

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What is the triangular facial types Contor?

narrow forehead, wide jaw and chin line

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What is your objective when working with a triangular facial type?

To create the illusion of width in the forehead

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A good ( ) hairstyle has volume at the temples and some height at the top. disguise the narrowness of the forehead with a soft bang or fringe

triangular face

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What is an oblong facial types contor?

long, narrow face with hollow cheeks

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What is your objective when working with an oblong facial type?

To make the face appear shorter and wider

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A good ( ) hairstyle keeps the hair fairly close to the top of the head. adds volume on the sides to create the illusion of width. not too long or the face will look longer. chin length styles are most effective

oblong face

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What is the diamond facial types contor?

narrow forehead, extreme width through the cheek bones, and narrow chin

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What is your objective when working with a diamond facial type?

To reduce the width across the cheekbone line

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a good ( ) hairstyle increases fullness across jaw line and forehead while keeping hair close at cheekbone line. avoid hairstyles that lift away from cheeks or move back on hairline in ear area

diamond face

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What is the inverted triangles Contor?

wide forehead, narrow chin line

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What is your objective when working with an inverted triangle facial type?

decrease width of forehead, increase width of lower part of face

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a good ( ) hairstyle is close to head with no volume; bang/fringe recommended. gradually increases width of silhouette in the cheekbone area/near the ears; widest at jaw/neck area

inverted triangular face