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What should you do when using electrical equipment?
A. Leave appliances plugged in when not in use
B. Use as many plugs per outlet as necessary
C. Twist electrical cords to prevent them from moving around
D. Read all instructions carefully before attempting to use new equipment

D. Read all instructions carefully before attempting to use new equipment


What should you NOT do when waxing a clients brows?
A. Use a pencil liner to mark the boundary lines
B. Check the balance, length, width, and arch for the correct brow shape
C. Pluck stray hairs if the clients brows are uneven or too thin
D. Refrain from tweezing male clients brows unless they request it

C. Pluck stray hairs if the clients brows and uneven or too thin


What skin type benefits from light, water based products?
A. Couperose skin
B. Oily skin
C. Mature skin
D. Damaged skin

B. Oily skin


What type of skin are oil based products recommended for?
A. Normal to dry
B. Normal to oily
C. Combination
D. Sensitive

A. Normal to dry


Dark blotches of color on the skin caused by sun exposure or hormone imbalance is:
A. Hyperpigmentation
B. Albinism
C. Dehydration
D. Hypertrichosis

A. Hyperpigmentation


Products used to increase the water content of the skin surface are
A fresheners
B moisturizers
C enzymes
D toners

B moisturizers


When learning corrective makeup techniques, the face is divided into three
A horizontal
B diagonal
C vertical
D even sections

A horizontal


What color is typically used to indicate that an electrode is a cathode?
A white
B red
C blue
D black

D black


What does Anaphoresis do?
A stimulate and irritate the nerves
B decrease blood supply
C close the pores
D produce acidic reactions

A stimulate and irritate the nerves


The metal ring that keeps the bristles and handle of a brush together is the
A ringer
B ferrule
C connection
D funnel

B ferrule


What does an oxygen therapy treatment do?
A reduce bacteria
B deoxygenate the skin
C eliminate the need for extractions
D seal impacted follicles

A reduce bacteria


What is a benefit of facial treatments?
A slows down premature aging
B provides superficial cleansing
C decreases circulation
D invigorates the senses nerves and muscles

A sloes down premature aging


The ring muscle of the eye socket that enables you to close the eye is
A orbicularis oculi
B corrugator muscle
C latissimus dorsi
D temporal oculi

A orbicularis oculi


The two types of duct glands that extract materials from the blood to form new substances are
A sudoriferous and sebaceous glands
B sebaceous and sweat glands
C sebaceous and heat glands
D sudoriferous and blood glands

A sudoriferous and sebaceous glands


Where do steatoma usually appear?
A shoulders back and chest
B arms legs and torso
C face neck and chest
D scalp neck and back

Scalp neck and back


What artery supplies blood to the forehead and upper eyelids?
A transverse
B parietal
C frontal
D middle temporal

C frontal


Two bones that form the sides of the head in the ear region are the
A occipital bones
B parietal bones
C temporal bones
D frontal bones

C temporal bones


The procedure of applying individual lashes directly on the clients own lashes at the base is
A lash tabbing
B semi lashes
C eye impressing
D eye tabbing

D eye tabbing


How long should you flush a clients eye with water for it a product gets into them
A 10 min
B 15 min
C 25 min
D 5 min

B 15 min


What type of lips should you outline both the upper and lower lips?
A large full
B Cupid bow or pointer upper lip
C small mouth and lips
D uneven lips

C small mouth and lips


What muscle surround the upper lip and elevated it dilating the nostrils
A Levator anguli oris
B levator labii superioris
C orbicularis oris
D rigorous

B levator labii superioris


The cranium is made up of how many bones?
A 14
B 12
C 6
D 8

D 8


What are the two most common types of electrodes used
A flat and roller
B round and needle
C needle and roller
D round and flat

A flat and roller


What are two types of joints
A simple and complex
B movable and immovable
C single and double
D small and large

B movable and immovable


The principal functions of the skin are protection sensation hear regulation excretion and
A secretion and absorption
B absorption and cooling
C presentation and regulation
D perspiration and absorption

A secretion and absorption


Chemicals released by the immune system that flood tissues to dilute a skin irritant are
A hypertrichosis
B histamines
C execration
D hematite

B histamines


Pressure in massage is usually directed from the
A insertion to origin
B front to sides
C origin to insertion
D insertion to beginning

A insertion to origin


What color light should appear when using the large mushroom electrode of a high frequency machine on normal to oily skin?
A violet
B orange
C pink
D green

A violet


How many time should you pass over each area when applying cleanser
A six
B four
C twice
D three

A six


What is the shortest length you can trim hair before waxing
A 1/4
B 1/2
C 1
D 3/4

B 1/2 inch


What type of Uv rays are known as the burning light?



The distance between two successive peaks is called
A therapy length
B radiation length
C wavelength
D wave distance

C wavelength


What SPF is recommended when selecting sunscreen
A 8
B 15
C 30
D 45

C 30


The facial shape that is broader in proportion to its length is
A round
B square
C oblong
D diamond

A round


Introducing water soluble products into the skin with the use of electric current is a process known as
A anode
B iontophoresis
C desincrustation
D polarity

B iontophoresis


What color will thin or dehydrated skin appear as under a woods lamp
A light violet
B orange
C yellow
D green

B orange


A kneading movement is
A tapotement
B petrissage
C fulling
D effleurage

A tapotement


What strength bleach solution can be used for disinfecting implements that have come into contact with blood?
A 50 percent
B 20 percent
C 10 percent
D 90 percent

10 percent


What do human cells need to grow and reproduce?
A extremely hot conditions
B ability to eliminate waste products
C adequate supply of nitrogen
D extremely dry conditions

B ability to eliminate waste products


The muscle that draws the eyebrow down and wrinkles the forehead vertically is the
A corrugator muscle
B masseter muscle
C orbicularis oculi muscle
D Epicranius muscle

A corrugator muscle


What does cataphoresis do?
A calm or soothe nerve endings
B cause an alkaline reaction
C increase blood circulation
D soften and relax tissue

A calm or soothe nerve endings


The clearer transparent layer just under the skin surface that consists of small cells through which light can pass is
A stratum spinosum
B stratum granulosum
C stratum lucidum
D stratum corneum

C stratum lucidum


What type of tissue gives smoothness and contour to the body?
A epithelial
B adipose
C muscle
D nerve

A epithelial


What facial feature necessitates the blending of a lighter shade of foundation onto the top of the nose and between the eyes?
A wide nose
B double chin
C short nose
D wide jaw

C short nose


What type of lesions are lesions in the early stages of development or change?
A vascular
B primary
C tertiary
D secondary

B primary


The bone that forms the forehead is the
A frontal
B hyoid
C occipital
D parietal

A frontal


Thermal or heat producing current with a high rate of oscillation or vibration is
A Tesla current
B acidic current
C electrode current
D direct current

A Tesla current


The chief motor nerve of the face is the
A digital nerve
B seventh cranial nerve
C fifth cranial nerve
D auricular nerve

B seventh cranial nerve


Where should you not perform tapping movements during a facial massage
A eyeball
B near the top of the nose
C over the brow
D temple

A eyeball


What effect does nicotine have on the body
A dilation of the esophagus
B erosion of the stomach lining
C destruction of the salivary glands
D contraction of the blood vessels

D contraction of the blood vessels


The fibrous protein that gives skin its flexibility and helps skin regain its shape after being expanded is
A membranes
B collagen
C proteins
D elastin

D elastin


What type of muscle functions automatically without conscious will and is found in the digestive system
A non-striated
B voluntary
C cardiac
D skeletal

A non-striated


What are the basic material and building blocks for body tissues?
A lipids
B carbohydrates
C proteins
D sugars

C proteins


How long should you leave a paraffin wax application on a clients skin during a facial treatment
A 20 min
B 10 min
C 15 min
D 5 min

C 15 min


What becomes trapped under a paraffin mask and promotes penetration of ingredients deeper into the skin?
A heat
B hydrogen
C moisture
D nitrogen

A heat


The epidermis layer of the skin is also known as
A subcutaneous layer
B dermis layer
C papillary layer
D cuticle layer

D cuticle layer


Three main factors to consider when choosing colors for a client are
A skin eye and cheek color
B skin eye and hair color
C hair color, warm and cool color
D skin tone eye color and undertones

B skin eye and hair color


The difference between closed and open comedones is the size of the follicle opening or
A scar
B ostium
C cell
D cuticle

B ostium


What is an effect of reflexology
A prepares the skin for extraction
B increases circulation
C stimulates the skin
D increases lymph drainage

B increases circulation


Oily or dry conditions of skin that cannot be permanently changed, only improved with treatments, are determined by the skin
A texture
B analysis
C scrubbing
D type

D type


The muscle of the scalp that raises the eyebrows draws the scalp forward and causes wrinkles across the forehead is the
A occipitalis
B temporalis
C frontalis
D masseter

C frontalis


A dry scalp skin condition due to a deficiency or absence of sebum caused by old age and exposure to cold is
A rosacea
B anhidrosis
C asteatosis
D absorption

C asteatosis


The bone that forms the back of the skull above the nape is the
A mandible
B frontal
C occipital
D temporal

C occipital


What color LED is used to improve elastin production in the skin?
A green
B blue
C red
D yellow

C red


What skin is not affected by the supraorbital nerve?
A lower eyelid
B scalp
C forehead
D eyebrow

A lower eyelid


What is not a function of the lymphatic system
A to drain tissue spaces of excess interstitial fluid
B to develop immunities
C to deliver nutrients through the body
D to destroy disease causing microorganisms

C to deliver nutrients throughout the bodybuilding


The underlying or inner layer of the skin also known as the dermatologist corium, cutis, or true skin is
A papillary
B dermal
C epidermis
D dermis

D dermis


The facial skeleton has how many bones?
A 14
B 8
C 12
D 6

A 14


The testing of foundation color should be done on the clients
A forehead
B neck
C jawline
D nose

C jawline


what document is a record of all your notes from the skin analysis what you used in the treatment and your home care recommendations
A client questionnaire
B client release form
C client intake form
D client chart

D client chart


What is the unit that measures the amount of an electric current (the number of electrons flowing through a conductor)?
A ohm
B watt
C ampere
D volt

C ampere


What is not a benefit of the high frequency machine
A increases cell metabolism
B helps prevent coagulation
C generates a warm feeling that has a relaxing effect on the skin
D helps oxygenate the blood

B helps prevent coagulation


What type of skin has a blue white appearance under a woods lamp
A oily skin
B skin with a thick corneum layer
C normal, healthy skin
D hyperpigmented skin

C normal, healthy skin


The special device that prevents excessive current from passing through a circuit and overloading the circuit is a
A fuse
B amp
C ampere
D insulator

A fuse


What can the vacuum machine be used in place of during a facial service?
A desincrustation
B massage
C cleansing
D extractions

B massage


The deeper layer of the dermis that supplies the skin with oxygen and nutrients is the
A subcutaneous layer
B papillary layer
C basal layer
D reticular layer

D reticular layer


Cataphoresis forces acidic substances into deeper tissues using galvanic current from the
A negative toward the ohm
B negative toward the positive pole
C positive toward the negative pole
D inactive toward the electric pole

C positive toward the negative pole


What bone is also known as the collarbone
A scapula
B clavicle
C humerus
D sternum

B clavicle


Distended capillaries caused by constant over-dilation and wearing of the capillary walls are known as
A macula
B fissures
C telangiectasia
D excoriation

C telangiectasia


The study of the functions and activities performed by the body structures is
A scientific
B anatomy
C physics
D physiology

D physiology


The technical term that refers to the overgrowth of hair on the body is
A hypertrichosis
B hyperthermia
C depilatory
D epilation

A hypertrichosis


Water binding agents in moisturizers contain emollients or hydrators also known as
A humectants
B acids
C alipidic
D peptides

A humectants