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1

The surface of healthy skin is slightly:
a. yellow
b. alkaline
c. rough
d. acidic

d. acidic

2

Makeup brushes can be cleaned with a brush solvent or:
a. disinfectant
b. sulfur shampoo
c. dry shampoo
d. gentle shampoo

d. gentle shampoo

3

The hair shaft that emerges from the scalp is a nonliving fiber composed of:
a. keratinized acids
b. hydrogen bonds
c. melanin protein
d. keratinized protein

d. keratinized protein

4

A stable physical mixture of two or more substances is a(n):
a. solvent
b. solute
c. solution
d. emulsion

c. solution

5

Eye pencils and sharpeners should be cleaned:
a. after several uses
b. when dull
c. before each use
d. when needed

c. before each use

6

Lighter highlights may be used at the temples to create the illusion of:
a. height
b. division
c. width
d. space

c. width

7

Which of the following is NOT an intrinsic skin aging factor?
a. gravity
b. genetic aging
c. facial expressions
d. sun exposure

d. sun exposure

8

The most critical part of a color service is the:
a. haircolor consultation
b. client draping
c. color removal
d. shampoo

a. haircolor consultation

9

A stylist should recommend a hair or scalp treatment only after having performed a(n):
a. shampoo procedure
b. hair and scalp examination
c. conditioning treatment

b. hair and scalp examination

10

When using the slicing technique to remove bulk, the shears should never be completely:
a. positioned
b. palmed
c. closed
d. elevated

c. closed

11

To provide a buffer for the skin when using a brushing machine, apply a thick layer of cleaner or:
a. paraffin
b. moisturizer
c. astringent
d. gauze

b. moisturizer

12

Traditionally UV gels relied on urethane acrylate; newer gel systems use:
a. urethane resins
b. wrap resins
c. urethane methacrylates
d. acrylate wraps

c. urethane methacrylates

13

Ridges running vertically down the natural nail plate are caused by:
a. overgrowth and polish
b. medication and cold
c. uneven growth and age
d. bitten nails

c. uneven growth and age

14

A contagious skin disease that is caused by the itch mite is:
a. scabies
b. head lice
c. pediculosis
d. barber's itch

a. scabies

15

Good quality pressing combs are constructed of either:
a. brass or iron
b. brass or porcelain
c. stainless steel or brass
d. stainless steel of tin

c. stainless steel or brass

16

A combination of a thio relaxer and a thio permanent wrapped on large rods is a:
a. permanent wave
b. soft curl permanent
c. full curl permanent
d. relaxer retouch

b. soft curl permanent

17

Continued pressure on any part of the skin causes it to thicken and develop into a(n):
a. lesion
b. appendage
c. c. scar
d. callus

d. callus

18

To avoid accidental eye exposure when pouring callus softeners, the nail professional should wear:
a. clean uniforms
b. disposable gloves
c. sunglasses
d. safety glasses

d. safety glasses

19

Which type of texture shears adds increased blending?
a. chunking
b. thinning
c. texturizing
d. blending

c. texturizing

20

Tones can be described as cool warm or:
a. neutral
b. level
c. light
d. dark

a. neutral

21

The work integument means:
a. skin
b. hormone
c. natural covering
d. gland

c. natural covering

22

A curved part part is used for a high forehead or:
a. round face
b. long face
c. square face
d. receding hairline

d. receding hairline

23

The amount of movement in the hair strand is referred to as the:
a. wave pattern
b. texture
c. thickness
d. density

a. wave pattern

24

Overlapping hair color on previously tinted hair can cause breakage and create a visible line of:
a. application
b. demarcation
c. alteration
d. solution

b. demarcation

25

The type of bacteria that rarely shows any active motility is:
a. cocci
b. pathogenic
c. spirilla
d. flagellum

a. cocci

26

The main ingredient of most shampoos is:
a. detergent
b. botanicals
c. surfactants
d. water

d. water

27

A cream type enzyme applied to the face and rolled off the skin is a:
a. gommage
b. scrub
c. toner
d. microform

a. gommage

28

The second ingredient that most shampoos have in common is the base detergent or:
a. botanical ingredients
b. biotin compounds
c. foam enhancers
d. primary surfactant

d. primary surfactant

29

Two conditioning agents that restore moisture and elasticity to the hair shaft are:
a. protein and oils
b. melanin and biotin
c. protein and biotin
d. collagen and niacin

c. protein and biotin

30

As monomer liquid absorbs polymer powder, the chemical interaction produces a small:
a. bead of product
b. dry catalyst
c. synthetic product
d. positive reaction

a. bead of product

31

When hand washing, it is important to rub hands together for a minimum of how long?
a. 20 seconds
b. 30 seconds
c. 1 minute
d. 2 minutes

a. 20 seconds

32

Masks are designed to prevent inhalation of excessive dust, but they offer no protection from:
a. vapors
b. filings
c. reactions
d. synthetics

a. vapors

33

The main arteries that supply blood to the head, neck and face are the:
a. common carotid arteries
b. common aorta arteries
c. internal jugular
d. serratus anterior arteries

a. common carotid arteries

34

Inflammation of the nail matrix followed by shedding of the natural mail plate is:
a. onychia
b. onyx
c. fungi
d. flagella

a. onychia

35

The top of the papillary layer where it joins the epidermis is the:
a. dermis corpusles
b. epidermal-dermal junction
c. epidermal-dermal connection
d. epidermis junction

b. epidermal-dermal junction

36

A skin disorder characterized by chronic inflammation of the sebaceous glands caused from retained secretions is:
a. wheal
b. excoriation
c. acne
d. conjunctivitis

c. acne

37

The natural nail is part of what system?
a. muscular
b. integumentary
c. skeletal
d. protective

b. integumentary

38

Narrow rows of visible braids that lie close to the scalp are:
a. invisible
b. cornrows
c. box
d.. fishtail

b. cornrows

39

A severe type of dandruff characterized by an accumulation of greasy or waxy scalp scales mixed with sebum is:
a. pityriasis capitis
b. tinea favosa
c. pityriasis papules
d. pityriasis steatoides

d. pityriasis steatoides

40

A light, continuous, stroking movement applied with the fingers or palms is:
a. fulling
b. petrissage
c. kneading
d. effleurage

d. effleurage

41

If you draw blood during a manicure, the implement should be:
a. rinsed with water
b. cleaned with alcohol
c. cleaned and disinfected
d. bagged and discarded

c. cleaned and disinfected

42

The uppermost and largest bone of the arm, extending from the elbow to the shoulder is the:
a. hyoid
b. humerous
c. ulna
d. carpus

b. humerous

43

Which type of shampoo should be used when a buildup is evident, after swimming, and prior to all chemical services?
a. conditioning shampoo
b. balancing shampoo
c. medicated shampoo
d. clarifying shampoo

d. clarifying shampoo

44

Wax that may cause an allergic reaction and should be patch tested is:
a. resin wax
b. beeswax
c. aloe wax
d. cold wax

b. beeswax

45

A reaction due to extreme sensitivity to certain foods, chemicals or other normally harmless substances is a(n):
a. allergy
b. infection
c. disease
d. parasite

a. allergy

46

When tweezing, the skin should be held taut and hair pulled using a quick motion:
a. in an up-and-down direction
b. in a sideways direction
c. in the direction of hair growth
d. against the direction of hair growth

c. in the direction of hair growth

47

Polish applied to prevent chipping and give the nails a glossy, finished appearance is a:
a. base coat
b. top coat
c. conditioning coat
d. nail hardner

b. top coat

48

Minor damage to the matrix that produces a whitish discoloration or white spots on the nails is:
a. leukonychia
b. melanonychia
c. a hangnail
d. nail fungus

a. leukonychia

49

Spray on activator is used on No Light Gels to:
a. repair patches
b. soften resin
c. harden adhesive
d. remove gel

c. harden adhesive

50

Ridge curls are pin curls placed immediately behind or below a ridge to form a:
a. space
b. ribbon
c. wave
d. curl

c. wave

51

Total immersion of implements during disinfection is a requirement of the:
a. PPA
b. EPA
c. FDA
d. OSHA

b. EPA

52

When manipulating the scalp during a shampoo begin at the front hairline and work in a(n):
a. side-to-side movement
b. up-and-down movement
c. back-and-forth movement
d. zigzag movement

c. back-and-forth movement

53

Chemical products that destroy all bacteria, fungi and viruses (but not spores) on surfaces are:
a. antiseptics
b. disinfectants
c. sterilizers
d. sanitizers

b. disinfectants

54

A stimulating form of massage that consists of short, quick tapping, slapping and hacking movements is:
a. kneading
b. pretrissage
c. friction
d. tapotement

d. tapotement

55

The water purification process used in the manufacture of cosmetics where water is heated to a vapor then collected as a liquid is:
a. sedimentation
b. distillation
c. evaporation
d. filtration

b. distillation

56

A curved part is used for a high forehead or:
a. round face
b. long face
c. square face
d. receding hairline

d. receding hairline

57

Any color that is significantly deeper or darker than the client's skin tone is considered a:
a. contour color
b. highlight color
c. base color
d. complementary color

a. contour color

58

Polymer powder is made using a special chemical reaction called:
a. polymorphic
b. screening
c. polymerization
d. adhesion

c. polymerization

59

No matter how light or dark the skin is, is a neutral skin tone contains equal elements of:
a. dark and light
b. warm and cool
c. hot and cool
d. cool and dry

b. warm and cool

60

The technique is used to check a haircut for precision of line an shape is:
a. stationary checking
b. origination lines
c. over direction
d. cross-checking

d. cross-checking

61

The most visible and functional part of the nail unit is the:
a. nail bed
b. nail plate
c. nail grooves
d. nail mantle

b. nail plate

62

To avoid the transfer of foundation onto a client's clothing, set the foundation using:
a. translucent powder
b. blush powder
c. foundation creams
d. light shades

a. translucent powder

63

Small pieces of fabric used to strengthen a weak point in the nail or repair a crack are:
a. wrap removals
b. wrap patches
c. stress strips
d. nail enhancements

c. stress strips

64

A section of hair that determines the length the hair will be cut is the:
a. guideline
b. reference
c. apex
d. weight

a. guideline

65

Wax applied to an area should be removed using:
a. fingers
b. paper strips
c. fabric strips
d. wooden applicators

c. fabric strips

66

The hue or balance of color seen in the hair is referred to as:
a. scale
b. depth
c. value
d. tone

d. tone

67

The tiny, involuntary muscle fiber in the skin inserted in the base of the hair follicle is the:
a. inner follicle
b. angled bulb
c. arrector pili
d. dermal papilla

c. arrector pili

68

Electronic facial treatments are commonly referred to as:
a. electrotherapy
b. electronics
c. receptacles
d. electromagnetics

a. electrotherapy

69

The type of current that should not be used on clients who are pregnant, have high blood pressure or have a pacemaker is:
a. white light
b. Tesla high-frequency
c. alternating current
d. battery current

b. Tesla high-frequency

70

The facial shape that is usually broader in proportion to its length is the:
a. diamond shape
b. square shape
c. round face
d. oblong face

c. round face

71

Eyelash hairs on a strip that are applied using an adhesive are:
a. individual lashes
b. sparse lashes
c. eye tabs
d. band lashes

d. band lashes

72

Haircuts that generally have less weight than graduated haircuts are:
a. one-length cuts
b. blunt cuts
c. layered cuts
d. tension cuts

c. layered cuts

73

The method of locking where the 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

74

Substances used to neutralize acids or raise the pH of many hair products are:
a. volatile alcohols
b. alkanolamines
c. carbons
d. resolute

b. alkanolamines

75

The two methods of wrapping the hair around a perm rod are:
a. flat and spiral
b. croquignole and even
c. spiral and perpendicular
d. croquignole and spiral

d. croquignole and spiral

76

The angle at which the fingers are held when cutting is referred to as the:
a. parting line
b. degree line
c. cutting line
d. finger line

c. cutting line

77

Two rows of ridge curls on the side of a head are called:
a. dual waves
b. carved curls
c. sculptured curls
d. skip waves

d. skip waves

78

Which type of nail polish remover is recommended when removing nail polish from nail enhancements such as wraps?
a. acetone
b. non-acetone
c. both acetone and non-acetone
d. neither acetone or non-acetone

b. non-acetone

79

The hand position that is used most often when cutting uniform or increasing layers is:
a. palm-to-palm
b. undercutting
c. over fingers
d. under fingers

d. under fingers

80

The movement or amount of mobility of a curl is determined by the:
a. base
b. circle
c. stem
d. size

c. stem

81

In the early stages, a typical bacterial infection on the nail plate can be identified as a:
a. yellow-green spot
b. blue spot
c. brown-black spot
d. white-yellow spot

a. yellow-green spot

82

Two bones that form the sides of the head in the ear region are the:
a. temporal bones
b. parietal bones
c. frontal bones
d. occipital bones

a. temporal bones

83

Ridge curls are pin curls placed immediately behind or below a ridge to form a:
a. space
b. ribbon
c. wave
d. curl

c. wave

84

Human or artificial hair that is woven into long strips is called:
a. fallen
b. turned
c. wefts
d. toupees

c. wefts

85

The inner and larger bone of the forearm, attached at the wrist and located on the side of the little finger is the:
a. humerous
b. carpus
c. ulna
d. radius

c. ulna

86

The technical term tat refers to the overgrowth of hair on the body is:
a. hypothermia
b. depilatory
c. hypertrichosis
d. epilation

c. hypertrichosis

87

All of the following are examples of primary lesions EXCEPT:
a. bulla
b. cyst
c. keloid
d. nodule

c. keloid

88

Dead cells that form over a wound or blemish while it is healing comprise a:
a. crust
b. macule
c. tubercle
d. vesicle

a. crust

89

In the restructuring process, coarse, resistant hair with a strong compact cuticle requires a chemical solution that is:
a. slightly alkaline
b. mildly acidic
c. strongly acidic
d. highly alkaline

d. highly alkaline

90

The most common reducing agents used are:
a. ammonia water
b. hydrogen peroxide
c. thioglycolic acids
d. hydrogen acids

c. thioglycolic acids

91

Achieving balance within a design can be accomplished by understanding the head shape and:
a. head points
b. reference points
c. four corners
d. technique points

b. reference points

92

The coloring technique that involves coloring some strands of hair lighter than the natural color is:
a. activating
b. toning
c. lowlighting
d. highlighting

d. highlighting

93

The nape area is defined as the area at the back part of the neck and consists of the hair below the:
a. neckline
b. front
c. temporal bone
d. occipital bone

d. occipital bone

94

Shallow depressions that serve as contact points for nail tips and the natural nail are called:
a. wells
b. connections
c. adhesions
d. sidewalls

a. wells

95

A thick scar resulting from excessive growth of fibrous tissue is known as a:
a. stain
b. cyst
c. keloid
d. bulla

c. keloid

96

Benefits of paraffin bath include all of the following EXCEPT:
a. stimulation of circulation
b. reduction of inflammation
c. deep penetration of lotions
d. reduction of heat sensitivity

d. reduction of heat sensitivity

97

The type of line used to make a hairstyle appear longer and narrower is a(n):
a. open line
b. vertical line
c. contrasting line
d. curved line

b. vertical line