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The technical term for gray hair is:
The effect of effleurage movements would be:
Once destroyed, which part of the nail will not grow again:
If your Predisposition Test shows negative results, what should be done:
What color could be used to neutralize a green cast in the hair?
What is the function of sebum?
Virginia law states that you can only use an electric nail file on:
The process of cell division is known as:
The living cells of the hair are found:
Another term sometimes used for bleach is:
High lift colors often use to double peroxide, what does this mean when mixing a tint?
What is the strongest shape for the nail?
An apparatus used to change alternating current to direct current:
Neutralizers are usually:
What liquid could you use to reduce the strength of hydrogen peroxide:
Which of the following choices correctly identifies the 3 primary colors?
A bacterial or viral infection, carried by blood, throughout the body:
The study that deals with the functions of the body is called:
An apparatus used to change direct current to alternating current:
Cold wave solutions will have a pH in the range of:
Any disease of the hair is called:
A client has lightened his/ her hair to an odd shade of orange. They are unhappy with it. What color should you us to tone the hair?
When condition for growth and reproduction are poor, the bacteria will protect itself, and this stage is referred to as:
In hair coloring, the word “Complimentary” means the same as:
The portion of the nail extending beyond the fingertip is referred to as the:
What’s the approximate pH range of acid waves:
Ringworm of the scalp would be referred to as:
When cutting hair with electric clippers, the hair should be:
What is the purpose of client’s consultation?
What is the “Complementary” color for yellow?
What is the largest organ of the body?
What is the approximate pH range of neutral/acid-balanced waves:
Ringworm of the feet is referred to as:
The neutralizer used in a permanent wave solution:
How do you know the difference of real hair to “synthetic” hair?
What color neutralizes yellow when tinting?
Triangular shaped bases in a pin-curl set can be useful to:
What is the basic ingredient used in most chemical relaxers:
Portion of the hair follicle responsible for causing the hair to stand up (goosebumps) :
A haircut using a 180 angle will have which of the following lengths:
What is the hair coloring that can be removed by shampoo?
What is the opposite color of yellow?
A disease which can be spread to others is known as:
Vigorous brushing or shampooing prior to any chemical service may result in:
When cutting the hair with razor, the hair should be:
Tapering has many different names, which of the following is not?
Which agency regulates and approves the efficacy of products used for infection control:
If you didn’t want a lift and wanted deposit only, which strength of H202 would you use?
Bacteria maybe broadly classified into two groups:
Students test the heat of thermal tools on a piece of white tissue paper. This is to:
Tapering has many different names, which of the following is not a name for tapering:
When the palms of the hands/ finger tips are used in a rubbing motion, it’s called:
Which governmental agency enforces health and safety standards in the workplace?
Over oxidation, in any chemical process, may result in:
Pathogenic bacteria are:
Usually, pressing comb handles are wooden, while the combs themselves are made of:
Layering means the hair lengths have been cut:
The approximate pH of permanent wave neutralizer is:
When giving manicure, how does the technician file the natural nails?
Which of the following terms is not part of pin curl?
Cocci bacteria are what shape:
When the hair is pressed on both sides, this is referred to as a:
On which part of your cutting shears does your little finger rest:
Which one of the following should be applied to the skin after removal of whiteheads?
Why do stylists place a plastic comb between the hot iron and the scalp?
Which hair disorder causes patchy bald spots on the scalp?
Which type of placement creates the greatest degree of movement?
Bacilli Bacteria are what shape:
Which hair bonds can only be broken chemically:
In which part/layer of the hair shaft, do all chemical reactions occur?
Before disinfecting combs and brushes, they should be:
A uniform layered cut is cut at what angle/degree?
What type of massage consists of light continuous stroking movements?
Bacteriology is the science dealing with the study of:
Of all types of bacteria studied, which two are motile/mobile:
Chemical relaxers are designed to break which bonds of the hair:
In which part/layer of the hair shaft, do all permanent changes occur?
What is the process used in tapering and thinning with scissors?
What is a 90 degree haircut called?
Why do cosmetologists need to know about bacteria?
______ is the highest form of decontamination:
Conjunctivitis, Tinea, Scabies, Pediculosis, and the common cold are all conditions that will prevent the Cosmetologist from working, these conditions are considered:
The stylist should begin the application of the chemical relaxer:
Texture refers to:
The action of chemical hair relaxers causes the hair to:
A fold of skin overlapping both sides of the nail, mistaken as a cuticle:
The body develops this after overcoming a disease or through inoculations, vaccine:
_______ is the lowest form of decontamination:
If a fingernail is lost/removed, how long will it take to grow back?
Acidic products have which action on the hair:
The coloring material of the hair is known as:
When should a predisposition test be performed?
Onychophagy refers to:
Dehydrator is used in the nail to:
How long must implements remain submerged in Quats to be sanitized?
The root and matrix are located in this pocket like section of the nail:
Alkaline products have which action on the hair:
The layer of the hair in which melanin will be found:
What part of the nail does growth start?