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1

In natural-hairstyling services, texture refers to all BUT which of the following qualities?

A. The diameter of hair
B. The feel of hair
C. The length of hair
D. The wave pattern

C. Length of the hair.

2

Which of the following is recommended for a client with a square face?

A. A style with more width at the sides
B. A style with height
C. Using bangs or sweep braids across the forehead
D. Framing the face with longer braids

D. Framing the face with longer braids

3

The _______ face is a too long oval and requires a style with more width at the sides.
a. pear-shaped
b. elongated
c. oval
d. heart-shaped

b. elongated

4

Which brush is recommended for scalp stimulation and removal of dirt and lint from locks?
a. vent brush
b. boar-bristle brush
c. nylon-bristle brush
d. square paddle brush

b. boar-bristle brush

5

Which of the following is a characteristic of Kanekalon?

A. It closely mimics human hair
B. It is not very durable
C. It is not heat resistant
D. It is prone to tangling

A. It closely mimics human hair.

6

When curly hair is braided wet, it ______ as it dries.
a. falls apart
b. remains unchanged
c. expands
d. shrinks

d. shrinks

7

A(n) _______ braid is created using a three-strand underhand technique where strands are woven under the center strand.
a. french
b. inverted
c. visible
d. invisible

c. visible

8

Single braids can move:
a. in any direction
b. from side to side
c. up and down
d. diagonally

a. in any direction

9

Extensions for single braids are integrated into natural hair using the:
a. two-stranded overhand technique
b. three-stranded underhand technique
c. individual braid technique
d. medium to large techniques

b. three-stranded underhand technique

10

Which of the following is NOT a basic method of locking?

A. The comb technique
B. Braids or extensions
C. The palm roll
D. The block roll

D. The block roll

11

In some African tribes, different styles of braiding indicated:
a. a person's social status
b. the family to which a person belonged
c. whether the person had children
d. whether the person was married

a. a person's social status

12

What is the most important feature of the wide-toothed comb?
a. the length of the teeth
b. the distance between the teeth
c. the material from which the comb is made
d. the sharpness of the teeth

a. the length of the teeth

13

Most human hair used for hair extensions is imported from which part of the world?
a. South America
b. Asia
c. Eastern Europe
d. South Africa

b. Asia

14

Blow-drying does not:
a.. soften the hair
b. dry wet hair quickly
c. make hair more manageable
d. tighten and shrink the wave pattern

b. Asia

15

The fishtail braid is best done on:
a. long, layered hair
b. short, layered hair
c. long, non-layered hair
d. short, non-layered hair

c. long, non-layered hair

16

How long does a tree braiding service take?
a.. 1 hour
b. 4 hours
c. 6 hours
d. 90 minutes

b. 4 hours

17

During which developmental phase of locks
can a bulb be felt at the end of each lock?
a. sprouting stage
b. growing stage
c. prelock stage
d. maturation stage

a. sprouting stage

18

During which developmental phase of locks does the hair begin to regain strength?

Growing stage

19

During the first developmental phase of locks, the hair coil:
a. is rough in texture
b. has a matte texture
c. is straight
d. has an open end

d. has an open end

20

Which of these is a braid created with two strands that are twisted around each other?
a. fishtail braid
b. invisible braid
c. rope braid
d. single braid

c. rope braid

21

Which of these are separate networks of curly, textured hair that have been intertwined and meshed together?
a. french braids
b. locks
c. cornrows
d. canerows

b. locks

22

A _______ is used to dry hair without disturbing the finished look and without dehydrating the hair.
a. hood dryer
b. pick nozzle
c. concentrator
d. diffuser

d. diffuser

23

The practice of overlapping two strands to form a candy cane effect is known as:
a. twisting
b. weaving
c. plaiting
d. inverting

a. twisting

24

When performing a braiding service, it is recommended that you use _____ to create shapes and finished looks, and to trim bangs and excess extension material.
a. 2" scissors
b. 3" scissors
c. 5" scissors
d. 8" scissors

c. 5" scissors

25

The term _____ refers to narrow rows of invisible braids that lie close to the scalp and are created with a three-strand, on-the-scalp braiding technique.
a. cornrows
b. locks
c. twists
d. dreadlocks

a. cornrows

26

Which tool is used for cutting small sections, and should only be used after the hair is softened and elongated with a blow dryer?
a. finishing comb
b. double-toothed comb
c. tail comb
d. cutting comb

d. cutting comb

27

A ______ is recommended for lifting and separating textured hair.
a. wide-toothed comb
b. square paddle brush
c. pick with rounded teeth
d. vent brush

c. pick with rounded teeth

28

A(n) ________ is a free hanging braid with or without an extension that can be executed by using either an underhand or overhand technique.
a. inverted braid
b. single braid
c. plait
d. fishtail braid

b. single braid

29

Which type of brush is recommended for releasing tangles, knots and snarls in short, textured hair and long straight hair?
a. square paddle brush
b. boar-bristle brush
c. vent brush
d. natural hair brush

a. square paddle brush

30

What is the benefit of mixing yak hair with human hair?
a. It makes the hair easier to color
b. It eliminates the need to wash the hair
c. It helps to remove the manufactured shine
d. It make the hair easier to style

c. It helps to remove the manufactured shine

31

Which of these terms does NOT refer to a three-strand braid produced with an overhand technique?
A. French braid
B. Invisible braid
C. Inverted braid
D. Rope braid

D. Rope braid

32

The _______ method involves applying extensions to cornrows by building the braid up strand by strand.
a. feed-in
b. over-weave
c. draw-down
d. button-through

a. feed-in

33

The finishing comb is usually ______ in length.
a. 3-4"
b. 5-6"
c. 6-8"
d. 8-10"

c. 6 to 8"

34

The flat leather pad with very close, fine teeth used to sandwich human hair extensions is called a:
a. book board
b. drawing board
c. flat iron
d. leather clamp

b. drawing board

35

Within the natural hairstyling/braiding world, hair is referred to as natural or virgin if it has never had any chemical treatments.
T or F

True

36

The traditional cornrow is flat, natural and contoured to the scalp.
T or F

True

37

Hair braiding originated in Africa.
T or F

True

38

With proper care, a braided design can last up to 6 months.
T or F

False

39

In lock braiding, the clients hair is braided along with an extension, but the finished look shows mostly faux hair.
T or F

False

40

Brushes that are used for stimulating the scalp as well as removing dirt and lint from locks are:
A. Square paddle brushes
B. Boar-bristle brushes
C. Nylon-bristle brushes
D. Combination bristle brushes

B. Boar-bristle brushes

41

The three-stranded braid produced by overlapping the strands of hair on top of each other is the :
A. Box braid
B fishtail
C. Inverted
D. Visible

C. Inverted

42

As early as 3000 BC, Egyptian women wore braids or plaits decorated with which of the following:
A. Shells
B. Gold beads
C. Sequins
D. All of the above

D. All of the above

43

Step 5 in creating basic cornrows is:
A. Determine the correct size and direction of the cornrow base
B. Massage oil throughout the scalp and hair
C. Divide the panel into three even strands
D. Braid to the end

C. Divide the panel into three even strands

44

To avoid scratching the scalp, the teeth on wide-toothed combs should have:
A. Long rounded tips
B. Long flat tips
C. Missing teeth
D. Long pointed tips

A. Long rounded tips

45

Extension material that may cut or break the hair and melt with the application of excessive heat is:
A. Kanekalon
B. Yarn
C. Nylon
D. Cotton

C. Nylon

46

An excellent comb for design parting and opening and removing braids is a:
A. Finishing comb
B. Wide-toothed comb
C. Pressing comb
D. Tail comb

D. Tail comb

47

Which tool is useful for lifting and separating textured hair?
A. Tail comb
B. Pick with rounded teeth
C. Cutting comb
D. Double -toothed comb

B. Pick with rounded teeth

48

A strong extension material that comes from the domestic ox found in the mountains of Tibet and Central Asia is:
A. Lin
B. Wool
C. Yarn
D. Yak

D. Yak

49

The method of cornrows that look natural, last longer, and will not place excessive tension on the hairline is the:
A. Feed-in method
B. Traditional method
C. Freehand method
D. Comb method

A. Feed-in method

50

The terms single braids, box braids or individual braids all refer to:
A. Underhand braids
B. Inverted braids
C. Extension braids
D. Free-hanging braids

D. Free-hanging braids

51

The name for separate networks of curly, textures hair that have been intertwined and meshed together is:
A. Braiding
B. Twisting
C. Locks
D. Cornrows

C. Locks

52

The blow dryer attachment that stretches and softens texturized hair and loosens the curl pattern is a:
A. Concentrater
B. Butterfly clip
C. Pick nozzle
D. Diffuser

C. Pick nozzle

53

Hairstyling that does not alter the natural curl or coil patterns of hair is known as:
A. Trend hairstyling
B. Natural hairstyling
C. Fashion hairstyling
D. Thermal hairstyling

B. Natural hairstyling

54

The method of locking where portions of hair are placed between the palms of both hands and rolled in a clockwise or counterclockwise directions is:
A. Comb method
B. Prelock
C. Palm roll
D. Intertwine

C. Palm roll

55

A light, soft extension material that does not reflect light and gives the braid a matte finish is:
A. Nylon
B. Yarn
C. Rayon
D. Cotton

B. Yarn

56

Narrow rows of visible braids that lie close to the scalp are:
A. Invisible
B. Cornrows
C. Box
D. Fishtail

B. Cornrows

57

In terms of braiding and other natural hairstyling, the diameter of the hair refers to whether the hair is:
A. Medium, fine or smooth
B. Smooth, dry or wiry
C. Coarse, medium or fine
D. Straight, wavy or fine

C. Coarse, medium or fine

58

Hair that is best braided slightly damp or very lightly coated with a wax or pomade to make it more pliable is:
A. Curly, textured hair
B. Fragile, dry hair
C. Straight resistant hair
D. Short dry hair

C. Straight resistant hair

59

With regard to the wave pattern or configuration, textured hair is defined as hair with a(n):
A. Very soft curl pattern
B. Smooth wave pattern
C. Oily curl pattern
D. Tight curl pattern

D. Tight curl pattern

60

Which of the following is NOT an implement or material needed for extensions?
A. Hackle
B. Extension fibers
C. Drawing board
D. Hood dryer

D. Hood dryer

61

Three-strand braid that is created with an underhand technique
A. Visible braid
B. Weaving
C. Rope braid
D. Twisting

A. Visible braid

62

Created with two strands that are twisted around each other
A. Visible braid
B. Weaving
C. Rope braid
D. Twisting

C. Rope braid

63

Interweaving a weft or faux hair with natural hair
A. Visible braid
B. Weaving
C. Rope braid
D. Twisting

B. Weaving

64

Overlapping two strands to form a candy cane effect
A. Visible braid
B. Weaving
C. Rope braid
D. Twisting

D. Twisting