Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

Razor position and stroke used in 4 of the 14 basic shaving areas: number 2,6,7 and 9; optional number 12 backhand
The procedure of shaving facial hair against the grain during the second time over shave close shaving
The correct angle of cutting beard with a straight razor cutting stroke
First part of the standard shave consisting of the shaving the 14 areas of the face; followed by the second time over to remove residual missed or rough spots first time over shave
Razor position and stroke used in 6 of the 14 shaving areas: number 1,3,4,8,11 and 12 freehand
Shaving the areas behind the ears down the sides of the neck and at the back neckline neck shave
Single lather shave in which the shaving strokes are made across the grain of the hair once overshave
Razor position and stroke used by right handed barbers for shaving the left side of the neck behind the ear and used by left handed barbers behind the right ear reverse backhand
Razor position and stroke used in 4 of the 14 basic shaving areas numbers 5, 10, 13 and 14 reverse freehand
Follows a regular shave to remove any rough or uneven spots using water instead of lather; may be considered a form of close shaving second time over shave
alum powder or liquid used to stop bleeding of nicks and cuts styptic powder

Shaving and Facial Hair Design Barber Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A ___________ razor is used when shaving clients. straight
How many razor positions and strokes are there? four
the number of razor strokes and positions used if a facial shave are _______. three
some states may prohibit the use of ___________straight razors. conventional
What is the gliding stroke directed toward the barber? freehand
what is the gliding stroke used that is directed away from the barber? backward
two important steps in preparing a client for a shave are ___________and steam. lather
What does the barber use to remove powder, lather, and loose hairs? towel wrap
Shaving both sides of the neck below the ears and across the nape is called a ___________ shave. neck
how many shave areas are on the face? fourteen
the _________stroke is most often used during a facial shave. freehand
what type f hair causes ingrown hairs? curly
what should the barber apply if a slight cut or scratch occurs? styptic

Barber Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

cape
drape
stroke
reverse back hand
reverse free hand
back hand
freehand
close shave
talc
styptic
bayrum
waves
ear arch
razor
edgers
clippers
show me the money
bloodletting
barber pole
hot towel shave
line up
mustache
beard
black ice
bigen
Tesla current
taper
fade
shaving cream
antiseptic
shave
barber

Chapter 12/13 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Toners, fresheners, and astringents: products used to help rebalance PH skin tonics
Tonic lotions with an alcohol content of up to 35% Astringents
light continuous stroking movements applied with the fingers or palms Effleurage
cleansing and exfoliating product used in facials to lift dead skin cells and dirt from the skins surface rolling cream
skin tonics with an alcohol content of 4 to 15% , most are designed for normal and combination skin types toners
a point on the skin, over a muscle, where preasure or stimulation will cause contraction of that muscle motor point
kneeding movement: pressing the tissue with light firm movement petrissage
another name for tapotement percussion
cleansing and exfoliating used in facials to lift dead skin cells and dirt from the skin surface rolling cream
stroke use in of 14 basic shaving areas backhand
alum powder or liquid used to stop bleeding nicks or cuts styotic powder
used in shaving areas 2, 6, 7, 9, optional position for area 12 backhand
single lather shave across the grain once over shave
used in shaving areas 5, 10, 13, and 14 reverse freehand
used in areas 1, 3, 4, 8, 11, and 12 freehand
a sharpening block used to create a cutting edge on conventional straight razors hone
piece of leather or other material used to finish the edge of conventional straight razors strop
small clippers known as outlinners and edgers, used for detail trimmers
designing the work place as well as its equipment and tools to make speciffic body movements more comfortable ergonomics
moral principals by which we live and work ethics

Brief History of Cosmetology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Derived from the Latin word "Barba meaning beard Barber
What is the significance of the color white on a barber pole Bandages
Country where wearing a royal nail color was punishable by death China
First principle implement used in barbering Clippers
Used as beautification habits for the weathy Egyptians Cosmetics
The art and science of beautifying and improving the skin, nails, and hair. Cosmetology
The first to cultivate beauty in an extravangant fashion Egyptians
A salon that services skin, body, massage, and waxing. Day Spa
Greek word meaning "skilled in the use of cosmetics" Kosmetikos
organized one of the first national meetings for a business women in 1917 Madame CJ Walker
Charles Revson of Revlon marketed the first of this in 1932 Nail Polish
In Rome, these people tinted their hair red to indicate their class in society. Noblewomen
This item found in barber shops contains the colors red,white, and blue. Barber Pole
Built a cosmetic factory on the Dead Sea Cleopatra
Second Principle Implemnet used in Barber/ Salon Styling Razor
During this period in history, women would shave their eyebrows and their hairline to show intelligence. Renaissance
First comnay to market nail polish Revlon
Industry that depends heavily on its relationship with its product distributors Salon
Removing the visible part of hair extending over the surface of the skin using a razor Shaving
Third principle implemnet used in barbering shears
Barbers which learned surgical procedures becames known as Barber- Surgeons
in the late 1960s, he ceated the revolutionary geometric cut Sassoon

Bar 108 crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

How many strokes to shave Fourteen
How many strokes consist of of using free hand Six
How many strokes using reverse freehand Four
Powder or liquid used to stop nicks and cuts Styptic powder
What Determines hairline shapes? Growth patterns
Ingrown hairs are also known as...? Pseudofolliculitis
What type of shave should result in a smooth face without being a close shave? Once over shave
What type of skin allows the beard hair to be cut more easily? Taut
While shaving you must keep the skin...? Moist
The reverse backhand stroke is only used during a...? Neck shave
Right handed barbers stand at the clients...? Right side
Do not proceed with the shave service if the client has...? Pustules
For a man who has an extra large mouth, what type of mustache would be complimentary? Pyramid shaped

Barber Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Tool/Blade used to remove unwanted hair Razor
Person who cuts hair, usually men’s Barber
Tool used for cutting/trimming hair Clippers
Like scissors, but larger Shears
Tool with narrow teeth used to untangle hair Comb
Used to cleanup hair after a haircut Broom
Average amount of minutes for a haircut Thirty
Latin word for barber Tonsorem
Most common type of haircut Fade
What you sit in during an appointment Salon Chair
What a barber wears during a haircut Apron
Extra money given to the person that cut your hair Tip
Thick, absorbing cloth Towel
Place where your hair is cut Salon
Cream used to keep skin smooth while shaving Shaving Cream
Red, White, and Blue object most all barbers own Barber Pole
Facial Hair on chin Goatee
Facial hair on lip Mustache
Facial hair on lip Mustache
Facial hair on cheeks Beard
Used to aid while looking for a different perspective Mirror
Hairstyle that leaves no hair behind Bald
Hairstyle that leaves a narrow strip of hair down the middle of head Mohawk
Trimming edges of hair/neck lines to make them more clean Shape Up
What all barbers need to cut hair legally License

Chapter 16 Haircutting Worksheet

Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

reference points in a haircut Design line
Widest part of the head starting at temples, ending at the bottom of the crown Parietal ridge
Protrudes at the base of the skull Occipital bone
Highest point of the head Apex
Hair that grows below the parietal ridge, or crest, hangs because of ____ Gravity
The area at the back part of the neck/ hair below occipital bone Nape
Triangular section of the head that begins at the apex and ends at the front corners Bang area
Element in creating a strong foundation and consistency in hair cutting and creating shapes is the use of______ Angles
The hair is prarted into working areas Sections
Elevation creates graduation and layers Degrees
Blunt or one-length 0
Building weight in haircut Below 90
Angle at which fingers are held when cutting the line that creates shape Cutting line
Guideline used in blunt, one length, or used in over direction to create a length or weight increase Stationary
Guide that involves a small slice from the previous subsection that’s moved to the next position Traveling guide
Used to create a length increase in the design of of graduated and layered haircuts Overdirection
Used to help make decisions about the best haircut for a client Face shape
How your client looks from the side Profile
Number of hairs per square inch Density
Thickness or diameter of each strand of hair. Fine medium coarse Texture
It needs weight and is limp Fine, thin hair
Used to Detangle hair Wide tooth comb
Shear that Adds increased blending Texturizing
Best way to control the subsection when cutting with a vertical or diagonal cutting line Palm-to-palm
Visual line in the haircut where the ends of the hair hang together Weight line
Should not be used on curly hair Razor

Haircutting 101 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A technique used to check a haircut for precision of line & shape Cross Checking
an inverted triangle haircut held at a 45 degree Graduation
A round shape haircut Uniform
Rectangular shape haircut Solid
Triangular shape haircut Long Layers
this reduces strain on the index finger and thumb when holding shears Palming
The science of designing the workplace as well as its equipment and tools to make specific body movements more comfortable, efficient, and safe Ergonomics
Cut wet hair 1/4" to 1/2" to compensate for... Shrinkage
The angle at which the fingers are held when cutting cutting line
section of hair that determines the length the hair will be cut guideline
the line dividing the hair at the scalp; separates one section for another Partings
hair is combed away from its natural falling position Overdirection
attractive amount of hair at the hairline perimeter
the space between 2 lines that intersect at a given point angles
thin continuous mark used as a guide lines
triangular section that begins at apex and ends at front corners bang/fringe
back part of neck and below occipital bone Nape
all hair that naturally falls behind ear Back
area between the apex and back of parietal ridge crown
from apex to back of ear; all hair that falls naturally in front of ear front
back of the ear forward; below the parietal ridge sides
above the parietal ridge top
highest point on the head apex
signals change in shape from flat to round and identifies the 2 widest points in the bang area 4 corners
bone that protrudes at the base of the skull occipital bone
widest part of the head Parietal Ridge

HAIRCUTTING AND STYLING Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

TAPERED
STATIONARY GUIDE
SHEAR OVER COMB
REFERENCE POINTS
RAZOR ROTATION
PROJECTION
PARTING
PART
PARIETAL RIDGE
OVER DIRECTION
OUTLINING
LAYERS
HORIZONTAL
FREEHAND
PEAR SHAPED
DIAMOND
OBLONG
SQUARE
TRIANGULAR
INVERTED
ROUND
OVAL
FACIAL SHAPE
ELEVATION
DIAGNAL
DESIGN LINE
CREST
CLIPPER OVER COMB
ARCHING TECHNIQUE
ANGLE

Brief History of Cosmetology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Derived From the latin word "barba" meaning beard Barber
what is the signifcance of the color white on a barber pole? Bandages
Country where wearing a royal nail color was punishable by death China
First principle implement used in barbering Clippers
Used as beautification habits for the weathy Egyptians cosmetics
The art and science of beautifying and improving the skin, nails, and hair. Cosmetology
The first to cultivate beauty in an extravangant fashion Egyptians
A salon that services skin, body, massage, and waxing. Dayspa
Greek word meaning "skilled in the use of cosmetics" Kosmetikos
organized one of the first national meetings for a business women in 1917 Madame CJ Walker
Charles Revson of Revlon marketed the first of this in 1932 Nail polish
In Rome, these people tinted their hair red to indicate their class in society. Noblewomen
This item found in barber shops contains the colors red,white, and blue. Barber Pole
Built a cosmetic factory on the Dead Sea Cleopatra
Second Principle Implemnet used in Barber/ Salon Styling Razor
During this period in history, women would shave their eyebrows and their hairline to show intelligence. Renaissance
First company to market nail polish Revlon
Industry that depends heavily on its relationship with its product distributors Salon
Removing the visible part of hair extending over the surface of the skin using a razor Shaving
Third principle implemnet used in barbering Shears
Barbers which learned surgical procedures becames known as Barber- Surgeons