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doi: https://doi.org/10.20402/ajbc.2019.0280    [Accepted]
Shape Changes duo to the Slope of the Forward Slope Slice Line in Graduation Haircuts
Seon-Mi Jang , Won-Ji Jung
Department of Beauty Science, Kwangju Women's University, Kwangju, Korea
Corresponding author:  Won-Ji Jung ,Tel: +82 62 950 3798, Fax: +82 62 950 3797, Email: jwj65@hanmail.net
Received: March 18, 2019;  Accepted: June 4, 2019.  Published online: June 26, 2019.
ABSTRACT
Purpose:
This study aimed to provide basic data on hairstyling by investigating changes in haircuts, which vary depending on the slope after applying the forward slope slice line to a graduation haircut.
Method:
A low graduation cut (30˚), medium graduation cut (45˚), and high graduation cut (70˚) were done on a mannequin head. The slopes of the forward slope slice line applied to the graduation haircuts were as follows: 40˚ (P1), 55˚ (P2), and 70˚ (P3).
Results:
In graduation cuts, side hair length and shape changed with the adjustment of the slope of the forward slope slice line, thus, inducing changes in the haircut styles. Regarding 3D effects in haircuts, a P1/P2 forward slope slice line applied to medium graduation haircuts was most effective.
Conclusion:
As a result of the adjustments of the slope of the forward slope slice line in graduation haircuts, changes in hair length and layer were confirmed. Therefore, it is reasonable to conclude that head and face shapes can be improved by adjusting the slope of the forward slope slice line.
Key words: Graduation cut, Forward slope Slice line, Forward slope section, Haircut, Haircut style
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