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1.Which technique is best to use when you need to maintain control of a subsection while cutting a vertical or diagonal cutting line?
2.Which bang style is generally NOT designed for all hair lengths?
3.The amount of pressure applied in cutting when combing and holding a subsection is called:
4.Which of the following is a technique that uses diagonal lines to create angles by cutting the ends with a slight increase or decrease in length?
5.Generally, a shear with a Rockwell hardness of _____ is ideal.
6.When standing to work on a haircut, you should NOT:
7.The apex area is easily located by placing a comb flat on the:
8.When hair is combed away from its natural falling position, _____ occurs.
9.When performing a haircut, cutting past the two front corners can cause a bang area to end up on the _____ of the haircut.
10,The crown is defined as the area between the apex and the:
11.Which term is used to describe the amount of movement in the hair strand?
12.The widest area of the head, starting at the temples and ending at the bottom of the crown, is the:
13.When performing a graduated haircut, you should NOT:
14.When performing a haircut with haircutting shears, you should use your holding hand to:
15.Where is the occipital bone located?