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1

During the consultation, all clients should complete a questionnaire that discloses __ medications.
a. topical
b. oral
c. both oral and topical
d. neither oral or topical

c. both oral and topical

2

An absolute requirement for laser hair removal is that the hair being removed must be:
a. lighter than the surrounding skin
b. darker than the surrounding skin
c. in the anagen phase
d. in the catagen phase

b. darker than the surrounding skin

3

In the nape area, the most common form of hair removal is usually performed using:
a. tweezers
b. electric clippers
c. shears
d. a straight razor

b. electric clippers

4

The natural arch of the eyebrow follows the :
a. orbital bone
b. frontal bone
c. mandible bone
d. frontal muscle

a. orbital bone

5

The recommended time between waxing is generally:
a. 1 week
b. 2 to 4 weeks
c. 4 to 6 weeks
d. 6 to 8 weeks

c. 4 to 6 weeks

6

If redness or swelling occurs after a waxing treatment, soothe the skin with the application of:
a. aloe gel
b. a moisturizing lotion
c. rubbing alcohol
d. an astringent

a. aloe gel

7

Which of these methods of hair removal is especially popular in Eastern cultures?
a. photoepilation
b. waxing
c. sugaring
d. threading

d. threading

8

An advantage of sugar waxing is that it can be used to remove hair as short as _____ long.
a. 1/8"
b. 1/4"
C. 1/2"
d. 1/3"

a. 1/8"

9

When hot wax is ready to be applied to the skin it should:
a. be bubbling from the heat
b. have a thick consistency, like peanut butter
c. flow off the spatula as liquid
d. drip smoothly off the spatula

d. drip smoothly off the spatula

10

If hot wax lands on the client in an area you do not wish to treat, you should remove it with:
a. a cloth saturated with warm water
b. a saturated with rubbing alcohol
c. a lotion designed to dissolve wax
d. astringent or toner

c. a lotion designed to dissolve wax

11

An epilator removes hair from the:
a. the bottom of the follicle
b. the middle of the follicle
c. the top of the follicle
d. all parts of the follicle

a. the bottom of the follicle

12

Which method of hair removal uses intense light to destroy the growth cells of the hair follicles?
a.. tweezing
b. photoepilation
c. electrolysis
d. hirsutism

b. photoepilation

13

Which method of hair removal requires the hair from the front and back of the bikini area?
a. sugaring
b. waxing
c. Brazilian bikini waxing
d. threading

c. Brazilian bikini waxing

14

Which method of hair removal temporarily removes superfluous hair by dissolving it at the skin surface level?
a. threading
b. electrolysis
c. laser hair removal
d. depilatory

d. depilatory

15

Which method of hair removal uses an electric current to destroy the growth cells of the hair?
a. photoepilation
b. electrolysis
c. laser hair removal
d. sugaring

b. electrolysis

16

Which of the following is NOT a common contraindication for hair removal?
a. chronic migraines
b. recent cosmetic surgery
c. sunburn
d. pustules

a. chronic migraines

17

Which of these is NOT an area where men frequently request hair removal?
a. the neck
b. the feet
c. the chest
d. the back

b. the feet

18

When performing a patch test for a depilatory, how long should you leave it on the skin?
a. 30-60 seconds
b. 2-3 minutes
c. 5-7 minutes
d. 7-10 minutes

d. 7-10 minutes

19

Which of these is the appropriate hair removal procedure for a clients underarms?
a. cutting with scissors
b. a depilatory
c. waxing
d. tweezing

c. waxing

20

Tweezing is NOT an appropriate hair removal method for which part of the body?
a. the tops of the feet
b. the shoulders
c. the bikini line
d. the upper lip

a. the tops of the feet

21

If hair is more than _____ long, it should be trimmed before waxing.
a. 1/4"
b. 1/2"
c. 1"
d. 1-1/2"

b. 1/2"

22

Which of these methods of hair removal is NOT an advanced technique that requires additional training and experience?
a. threading
b. Brazilian waxing
c. sugaring
d. tweezing

d. tweezing

23

The condition known as hirsutes causes:
a. unusual hair growth
b. premature baldness
c. coarse hair
d. brittle hair

a. unusual hair growth

24

Electrolysis involves the administration of an electric current with a:
a. set of round paddles
b. requires the use of needles
c. needle shaped electrode
d. rod like electrode

c. needle shaped electrode

25

Photoepilation:
a. has significant side effects
b. requires the use of needles
c. poses a significant risk of infection
d. can clear 50 -60 percent of hair in 12 weeks

d. can clear 50-60 percent of hair in 12 weeks

26

Hair removal is one of the fastest growing services in the salon and spa business.
T or F

True

27

Many men are now requesting hair removal services.
T or F

True

28

Shaving causes hair to grow thicker and stronger.
T or F

False

29

It is a good idea to patch test a depilatory before a first treatment.
T or F

True

30

Wax is a commonly used epilator.
T or F

True

31

Sugaring produces a the same results as hot or cold wax.
T or F

True

32

Prior to a first-time treatment, patch test depilatories on a hairless part of the clients arm.
T or F

True

33

Electrolysis is a permanent hair removal service commonly offered in salons.
T or F

False

34

Shaving does not cause the hair to grow back thicker and stronger.
T or F

True

35

The most common form of hair removal in salons and spas is waxing.
T or F

True

36

Fine, light hair responds best to laser treatment.
T or F

False

37

Wax that may cause an allergic reaction and should be patch tested is:
A. Resin wax
B. Beeswax
C. Aloe wax
D. Cold was

B. Beeswax

38

Client questionnaires used for hair removal services should contain information about client medications and:
A. Employment and allergies
B. Allergies and skin disorders
C. Age and finances
D. Vitamins and diet routine

B. Allergies and skin disorders

39

A method of hair removal using a beam pulsed on the skin that requires specialized training is:
A. Dermabrasiom
B. Epilation
C. Laser hair removal
D. Needle hair removal

C. Laser hair removal

40

Heated wax should be spread in a thin coat using:
A. Fingers
B. A wooden applicator
C. A metal applicator
D. Cotton pads

B. A wooden applicator

41

Intense light used to destroy the growth cells of the hair follicle is a method of hair removal called:
A. Electrolysis
B. Depilatory
C. Photoepilation
D. Photocells

C. Photoepilation

42

A hair removal service should not be performed on clients taking a medication containing:
A. Alcohol
B. Niacin
C. Retin-A
D. Vitamin D

C. Retin-A

43

Hair removal by means of electric current that destroys the growth cells of the hair is:
A. Electricity
B. Photoepilation
C. Electrolysis
D. Depilation

C. Electrolysis

44

A temporary hair removal method involving cotton thread manipulated and rolled along the surface of the skin is:
A. Tweezing
B. Stitching
C. Threading
D. Sugaring

C. Threading

45

To avoid contaminating wax, the applicator used on each client should be inserted into the wax:
A. Often
B. Daily
C. Smoothly
D. Once

D. Once

46

Which of the following is an appropriate hair removal procedure for underarms?
A. Wax
B. Depilatory
C. Tweezers
D. All of the above

A. Wax

47

To prevent contact with any possible bloodborne pathogens during a hair removal treatment, use:
A. Paper coverings
B. Disposable gloves
C. Wooden applicators
D. Nondisposable gloves

B. Disposable gloves

48

Wax applied to an area should be removed using:
A. Fingers
B. Paper strips
C. Fabric strips
D. Wooden applicators

C. Fabric strips

49

An effective epilator treatment that uses a thick paste easily removed with water is:
A. Sugaring
B. Pasting
C. Soaping
D. Waxing

A. Sugaring

50

Remaining wax residue can be safely removed from the skin with a gentle:
A. Honey remover
B. Rubbing
C. wax remover
D. Alkaline remover

C wax remover

51

The thick epilator that does not require the use of fabric strips for removal is:
A. Aloe wax
B. Hot wax
C. Natural wax
D. Cold wax

D. Cold wax

52

For waxing to be effective, the hair should be at least how long?
A. 1/4"
B. 1/2"
C. 1"
D. 1-1/2"

A. 1/4"

53

Waxing technique that requires the removal of all the hair from the front and back of the bikini are.
A. Brazilian bikini waxing
B. Depilatory
C. Epilator
D. Hirsutism

A. Brazilian bikini waxing

54

Excessive growth or cover of hair, especially in women.
A. Brazilian bikini waxing
B. Depilatory
C. Epilator
D. Hirsutism

D. Hirsutism

55

Removes the hair from the bottom of the follicle.
A. Brazilian bikini waxing
B. Depilatory
C. Epilator
D. Hirsutism

C. Epilator

56

Removes superfluous hair by dissolving it at the skin surface level.
A. Brazilian bikini waxing
B. Depilatory
C. Epilator
D. Hirsutism

B. Depilatory