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Flashcards in Corrective Shaping Deck (28):
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  1. Replace natural highlights and shadows that have been erased.
  2. Shaping the face
  3. Feature emphasis or de-emphasis

Purpose of Corrective Shaping

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Erased by:

  • Funeral lighting
  • Opaque cosmetics
  • Wax

Natural Highlights and Shadows

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An area whose surface is at, or near right angles to the source of light; a bright or whiter part.

Highlight

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An area whose surface does not recieve the full rays or light, or is obscured by another surface, reflecting the minimum amount of light; the shaded or darker part.

Shadow

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Add a slightly lighter than the general complexion coloring.

Highlighting

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Apply a color slightly darker than the general complexion coloring.

  • May use brown for the deep areas.

Shadowing

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Done immediately after application of the complexion cosmetic (if alteration of the colorant is not necessary).

Highlighting or Shadowing

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To be avoided between the complexion coloring and the highlight or shadow.

Sharp Contrasts

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  • Tapping with the fingers
  • Stippling with a brush

To erase the line of demarcation gradually merge the contrasts by:

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  1. Direct Method
  2. Indirect Method
  3. Modified Method

Techniques of Highlight and Shadowing

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Usually employed.

  • A prominence is highlighted
  • A depression is shadowed

Direct Method

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Sometimes employed.

  • A prominence is made to appear brought forward by shadowing the adjacent surface.
  • A depression is made to appear deeper by highlighting the adjacent projecting surface.

Indirect Method

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Occasionally employed.

  • It is not justifiable to highlight a depression or shadow a projection.

Modified Method

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  • Shadowing
  • Hightlighting
  • Thinning
  • Narrowing
  • Thinning the upper lip and thickening the lower lip
  • Narrowing the upper lip and wideing the lower lip.

Illusory Treatments of the Basic Types of Head Forms

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With a colorant darker than the com-coloring on parts which are too wide or too long.

Shadowing (Illusory Treatments)

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With a lighter colorant of parts which are too narrow or too short.

Highlighting (Illusory Treatments)

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Is accomplished by painting within the natural borders.

Thinning (Illusory Treatments)

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Is accomplished by painting short of the normal ends of the lips.

Narrowing (Illusory Treatments)

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The lower lip is commonly thicker than the upper lip, so a thick upper lip may require balancing.

Thinning the upper lip and thickening the lower lip.

(Illusory Treatments)

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A wide lower lip creates a pleasant expression. By widening the lower lip, the upper lip is narrowed.

Narrowing the upper lip and widening the lower lip.

(Illusory Treatments)

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  • Frontal eminences
  • Glabella and superciliary arches
  • Superciliary arches
  • Zygomatic arches
  • Zygomatic bones
  • Nasal dorsum
  • Nasolabial folds
  • Central plane of the superior integumentary lip
  • Angulus oris eminence
  • Inferior mucous membrane
  • Mental eminence

Highlight Areas

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  • Between the upper and lower forhead eminences
  • Temples
  • Root of the nose
  • Orbits
  • Superior palpebra
  • Inferior palpebra
  • Oblique palpebral sulcus
  • Lateral walls of the nose
  • Lateral cheeks
  • Nasal sulcus
  • Philtrum
  • Superior mucous membrane
  • Algulus oris sulcus
  • Central plane of the inferior integumentary lip
  • Submandibular area

Shadow Areas

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To lend greater contrast with the central plane of the lower lip without bringing the whole chin forward.

Highlight the upper portion of the chin only

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To modify a receding chin.

Highlight the prominence to bring it forward

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To de-emphasize a protruding chin.

Shadow the prominence

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To reshape a square chin.

Round off the corners with a shadowing complexion colorant.

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To reshape a narrow or pointed chin.

Shadow along its lower edge to flatten the pointed area.

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To reduce the vertical height of the chin.

Shadow the lower margin.