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This can identify a person, even at a distance.

The Outlining Form of The Head

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The outlining form of the head takes precedence over the form of the ____________.

  • Perfect models of these will not correct problems caused by the loss of form of the head.

Individual Features

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  • Injury/Trauma
  • Disease
  • Post Mortem Tissue Changes
    • Embalming
    • Swelling
    • Restoration

Loss of Form of The Head May be a Result of These Things.

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The form of an individuals head will change __________________.

Throughout their lifetime.

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If these are outdated, they will not achieve successful results.

Photographs

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This is something to be aware of when analyzing the form of the head.

  • The purpose of which is to make the head and face resemble the classical oval form of the canon of beauty.

Ornamental Cosmetology

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  1. Cosmetics
  2. Hairstyles

Two ways to Accomplish Ornamental Cosmetology

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When performing a restoration, this form is identified first.

Profile

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Determined by the relationship of the forehead and chin in their alignment with the upper lip (superior integumentary lip).

Profile

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Described by its direction from the eyebrow upward.

Forehead

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Is described by its relationship to the upper lip.

Chin

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Has nothing to do with the facial profile.

Nose

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  • Convex 
  • Concave
  • Vertical (Balanced)

Basic Linear Forms (3)

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The most common type of profile.

  1. Forehead -recedes from the eyebrows to the hairline.
  2. Chin -recedes from the projection of the upper lip.

Convex

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The least common type of profile.

  • Forehead- Protrudes from the eyebrows to the hairline.
  • Chin- Protrudes farther than the upper lip.

Concave

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A profile in which the forehead, upper lip, and chin project to an imaginary vertical line.

Vertical (Balanced)

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 Created by combining pairs.

  • First term: Refers to the description of the forehead.
  • Final Term: Refers to the relationship of the lower lip and chin.

Six Variations of The Three Basic Linear Forms

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  • Convex-Concave
  • Concave-Convex
  • Vertical-Convex
  • Vertical-Concave
  • Convex-Vertical
  • Concave-Vertical

The 6 Variations of the Three basic Linear Forms

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  • Forehead- recedes
  • Chin- Protrudes

Convex- Concave

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  • Forehead- Protrudes
  • Chin- Recedes

Concave- Convex

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  • Forehead- Vertical
  • Chin- Recedes

Vertical- Convex

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  • Forehead- Vertical
  • Chin- Protrudes

Vertical- Concave

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  • Forehead- Recedes
  • Chin- Vertical

Convex- Vertical

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  • Forehead- Protrudes
  • Chin- Vertical

Concave- Vertical

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These are suggestive of a geometric shape.

There are 7 Major

  • Oval
  • Round
  • Square
  • Oblong
  • Triangular
  • Inverted Triangle
  • Diamond

Head Form (Frontal View)

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The most common head form.

  • Classic Egg Shape
  • So called "ideal" shape
  • Cheekbones are wider then the cranium
  • The cranium is slightly wider than the lower jaw
  • The entire face appears to be composed of soft, rounded curves

Oval

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Full convex features.

  • Short
  • Full cheeks
  • Rounded, fuller jawline
  • Rounded cranium

Round (Infantine Type)

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Broad with very little curvature, described as the "strong" type.

  • The forehead, jawline, and cheeks are approximately the same width.
  • The hairline is often straight.

Square

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Long and narrow.

  • The forehead and chin may be rounded or square
  • The nose is usually long

Oblong

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The least common form. It is wider between the angles of the jaw than it is across the forhead.

  • The forehead is the narrowest feature
  • Eyes are close set

Triangular

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Wide forehead and narrow jaws.

  • Jawline is narrower than the cheekbone or forehead
  • Forehead is the widest feature of the face
  • Eyes are wide-set

Inverted Triangle

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Wide cheekbones, narrow in width of the forehead and jaws.

  • Greatest width is across the cheekbones.

Diamond

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 Seen from two views.

  1. Inferior position
  2. Superior position

The curvature of the face from side to side

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Looking upward from the chin.

  • This is the position seen when approaching the casket.

Inferior Position (Curvature of the face from side to side)

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Looking downward from above the head.

  • This is the most accessible place for making a restoration. (Important for restorative artists)

Superior Position (Curature of the face from side to side)

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  • Cheeks
  • Forehead
  • Upper Lip
  • Chin

Surfaces exhibiting a similarity of bilateral curvature

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These are the keys to the bilateral forms.

  • The ____bones marks the change from the front plane of the face into the side of the face.

Cheeks

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Here the form of the curvature of the cheeks is similarily repeated in smaller scales.

  • Forehead
  • Upper Lip
  • Chin

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Based on the anterior segments of geometric forms. (The nose is not included)

  1. Oval
  2. Angular
  3. Round 
  4. Square

Four Basic Bilateral Forms

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  • Forhead
  • Crown
  • Lateral Margins

Psyiognomy of The Forehead

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Extends from the eyebrows to the frontal eminences.

Forehead

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The area above the frontal eminences.

  • Location of the normal hairline.

Crown

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Created by the lines of the temples.

Lateral Margins

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  • Central Plane (1)
  • Lateral Planes (2)

Forehead Planes (3)

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This is gently convex.

  • Lies directly superior to the nose and the medial ends of the eyebrows.
  • It extends upward as far as the frontal eminences.

Central Plane

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These are gently convex

  • Are narrower planes
  • From the central plane they recede to the lines of the temples.

Lateral Planes (2)