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Kor J Aesthet Cosmetol > Volume 9(4); 2011 > Article
현대 헤어 디자인에 표현된 해체주의 연구
김은실, 김주섭
The study of Deconstruction expressed in modern hair design
Eun-Sil Kim, Ju-Sub Kim
This study aims to investigate what the concept and characteristics of Deconstruction is as a trend, and analyze the hair design of Deconstruction expression mode, and research that the change in male and female is expressed into Deconstruction image primarily in works that has been already presented at the moment. Research methods used for this study are as follows; This study makes analysis on basis of theoretical background of Deconstruction expressed in documentary records, and excerpts and analyzes the characteristics and types of Deconstruction hair design in the current works based on it. By use of qualitative analysis method, it analyzes a trend of hair design expression skills from the year 2000 up to recently, referring to photograph materials studied and selected on basis of translated documents and prior research magazines in and out of country and various kinds of information. It tries to help to design creative and unique hair design in the innovative way as getting out of the absolute value and fixed concept of modern society. Consequently, this study shows that I can understand Deconstruction expression mode presented in hair design, and perceive that social and cultural phenomenon have affected hair design. As the result of this study was accomplished on basis of current hair design, however, it has its limitation that those are consistent with a trend image. Every year the study to generalize Deconstruction expression mode presented in the works by groups proposing a trend of hair design should be continued.
Key words: Deconstruction, Make up, Hair design, Trend
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