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      how would you posistion the client?
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      • head upright and central

      • chin on chest, legs uncrossed

      • head to the side

      • chin on chest and legs crossed

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      1. how would you posistion the client?
        1. head upright and central
        2. chin on chest, legs uncrossed
        3. head to the side
        4. chin on chest and legs crossed
      2. How would you posistion yourself when cutting?
        1. feet together, weight on one leg
        2. feet slightly apart, back bent
        3. leaning over the client
        4. feet slightly apart, weight evenly balanced, back straight
      3. how should you cut the hair?
        1. club cut from finger tip to over knuckles
        2. point cut from finger tip to knukles
        3. club cut from finger tip to before knukles
        4. club cut from finger tip to web of finger
      4. You should take your sections;
        1. thick so you cant see your guide
        2. fine and unclean sections
        3. thick so its quicker
        4. fine and clean so you can see your guide
      5. What degree of elevation should you use?
        1. lift it fully away from the back
        2. lift it slightly away from the back
        3. 90 degree
        4. none, keep it flat to the back
      6. What is tension?
        1. how you pull the hair
        2. how you comb the hair
        3. how tight you hold the hair
        4. how much hair the client has
      7. Why do you need to use a looser tension around the front?
        1. to allow for the ear
        2. to make it longer
        3. so the client isnt hurt
        4. so the hair falls nice
      8. If the clients hair is longer than the back of the chair then;
        1. I would cut it over the back of the chair
        2. I would ask the client to lean forward
        3. I would ask the client to stand up
        4. I would tell her I cant do her hair
      9. When I had finished cutting i would;
        1. blow dry, have client put chin on chest and check cut
        2. wave her goodbye
        3. blow it and see her out
        4. blow dry and have a quick look
      10. When combing the hair whist cutting I should;
        1. put my scissors down
        2. remove thumb and rest blades between thumb and index finger
        3. keep my scissors in my hand in the cutting position
        4. hold my scissors under my arm while I comb the hair

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