Flashcards in History and Career Opportunities Deck (30)
Haircutting and hairstyling were practiced as early as the
Ancient people used animal hide to
tie hair back or for adornment.
Queen Cleopatra erected a personal cosmetics factory
next to the Dead Sea.
Throughout the Chou Dynasty (circa 1100 BC), the royal colors were
gold and silver.
The croquignole wrapping technique was introduced
after World War I.
he preheat-perm method was introduced in
In the 1970s, French hairdressers ushered in a new era in highlighting with the art of hair weaving using
What straightening techniques were introduced in the United States in 2006.
The art and science of beautifying and improving the skin, nails, and hair is called:
The term cosmetology comes from the _______ word kosmeticos.
The first to cultivate beauty with extravagant fashions and use cosmetics as part of their personal beautification habits were:
Ancient Egyptians were the first civilization to infuse essential oils from:
leaves and blossoms
Which of the following was created by ancient Egyptians from a mixture of ground galena (a black mineral), sulfur, and animal fat?
The process of steam distillation was refined by the:
In ancient Rome, women used hair color to indicate their:
class in society
Poor women in ancient Rome colored their hair:
During the Renaissance, the unusual practice of shaving eyebrows was done to give a woman a look of greater:
During the Victorian Age, women pinched their cheeks and bit their lips to:
induce natural color
The barber pole—symbol of the barber-surgeon—has its roots in a medical procedure called:
The salon industry depends heavily on its relationships with product distributors, which are referred to as:
distributor sales consultants
Types of facilities in which cosmetologists work include which of the following?
specialty salons day spas full-service salons
Your license will unlock countless doors for employment; however, your career will be fueled with:
personal dedication and passion
New York chemist who introduced permanent hair color and founded Clairol
Period in history during which Western civilization made the transition from medieval to modern history.
Pioneer in the modern African-American hair care and cosmetics industry.
Austere and restrictive period in British history, from 1837 and 1901.
Mineral that is the chief source of mercury, used to make vermillion.
Name coined by beauty legend Noel DeCaprio.
Modern version of the cold wave.