Hair and Beauty Introduction/Hair Classic
|Avant Garde||Avant Garde | Activity 1 | Activity 2 | Practical Activity|
|Hair Classic||Classic Look | How to Achieve | Practical Activity | Group Discussion|
|Hair Contemporary||Contemporary Look | How to Achieve | Practical Activity | Group Discussion|
|Beauty Think Tank||Beauty Think Tank | Activity 1 | Activity 2 | Activity 3|
|Nail Art||Nail Art | Hand and Nail Care | Practical Activity | Group Discussion|
|Cultural and Tribal||Cultural and Tribal Styles | Activity 1|
|Glamour||Glamour Look | Activity 1|
|Competition and Research||Competition and Research | Challenge 1 | Challenge 2|
Hair - Classic
Developing Design Principles
This is a fantastic opportunity for you to develop your classic hair design principles while collecting pictures and information to collate in your gallery portfolio. There is a specific design principle to consider when completing the classic look.
For this activity you will need to access a manikins head using long hair or a model which is clean and dry preferably freshly washed.
You are invited to try the classic look technique once you have seen the teacher and student demonstration, be sure you fill out your head analysis sheet, have your teacher view your completed analysis sheet, you are able to make personal modifications to your own classic look manikin head as needed.
The Classic Look was performed by Angie Alexiou a Certificate II hairdressing student, on brunette cleaned and dried/styled hair.
Is a way of combing hair which is used to create volume as well as to create certain hairstyles. Backcombing also known as teasing, meaning repeatedly combing the hair towards the scalp, causing the hair to tangle and knot up. This method is often used in creating various big hair styles similar to the classic look. The Avant -Garde look also has repeated backcombing at the crown to give extreme height.