Comprehensive Final 60-B
These are the questions from previous tests throughout the semester that I had issues with remembering the answers to. It covers many chapters in the Milady Cosmetology Book. This is a work in progress!
Terms in this set (153)
no-stem pin curls
Pin curls that produce tight, firm, long lasting curls and allow for minimum mobility are known as:
A hairstyling product that offers firmer, longer hold for fine hair with the least amount of heaviness:
A hood dryer is recommended if you want:
creates a textured surface
When you use a comb with teeth spaced closely together, it:
The place of a muscle to an immoveable section of the skeleton is called the:
insertion to origin
Muscles affected by massage are usually manipulated from:
Which muscles are used to wrinkle the chin?
This muscle controls the swinging movement of the arm:
The body has over how many muscles?
masseter and temporalis
The muscles of mastication or chewing are:
The digestive system is also called the:
The sweat and oil glands of the skin are:
Insulin, adrenaline, and estrogen are examples of:
This organ helps control breathing by forcing air in and out:
The group of specialized glands affecting development and sexual activities:
This is converted and neutralized by the liver into urea:
The largest organ of the body is the:
This organ is NOT a part of the Excretory System, but it does convert and neutralize ammonia from the Circulatory System:
The sebaceous gland is part of which body system?
The entire food digestive process takes approximately how many hours?
Skin is a part of which body system?
The normal resting heart beat is how many per minute?
What is another name for white blood cells?
The thick-walled vessels that carry blood away from the heart:
The fluid part of the blood is called:
The upper heart chambers are called:
The membrane that encloses the heart is:
Vessels that carry blood TO the heart are:
The human body contains how many pints of blood?
The part of the blood that is a complex iron protein that binds oxygen is called:
The blood vascular system includes the heart, arteries, veins, and:
white blood cells
Cells that fight bacteria, leukocytes, are also called:
Blood is about what percentage of water?
This part of the blood contributes to the clotting process:
The largest artery in the body is the:
These filter the the blood and help fight infection in the body:
red blood cells
These cells are produced in the red bone marrow:
The lower thick-walled chambers of the heart are called the:
The clear, yellowish fluid that circulates in the lymphatics of the body is called:
An important function of ______ is to protect various internal structures and organs.
Living plants and animal cells are enclosed by the:
How many bones are in the fingers of each hand?
The largest and strongest bone of the face is:
The sensation of touch, cold, heat, sight, and hearing are carried to the brain by:
The part of the nerve cell that sends impulses away from the cell body to other neurons, or muscles is the:
fifth cranial nerve
The largest cranial nerve is the:
There are over __________ nerve cells in the body.
The scientific study of the structure, function, and pathology of the nervous system is called:
The largest and most complex nerve tissue found in the body is the:
central nervous system
The brain, spinal cord, spinal nerves, and cranial nerves make up the:
The tree-like branches of the cell that receive impulses from other neurons are called:
autonomic nervous system
Part of the nervous system that controls involuntary muscles, such as blood vessels and the heart, is the:
Which nerve affects the muscle of the upper part of the cheek?
The most common form of hair removal in salons is:
A permanent hair removal service that is NOT commonly offered in the salon, and removes hair by means of electric current that destroys the growth cells of the hair, is:
dark, coarse hair
The type of hair that responds the best to laser treatment is:
Prior to first-time treatment, __________ depilatories on a hairless part of the arm.
Facial waxing should not be performed on clients with the condition of:
Intense light used to destroy the growth cells of the hair follicle is a method called:
laser hair removal
A method of hair removal using a beam pulsed on the skin that requires specialized training is:
To soften brows, saturate pledgets or towels with:
The thick epilator that does not require the use of fabric strips for removal is:
1/4 of an inch
For waxing to be effective, the hair should be at least how long?
Wax that may cause an allergic reaction and should be patch tested is:
Remaining wax residue can be safely removed from the skin with a gentle:
An effective epilator treatment that that uses a thick paste easily removed with water is:
Removes the hair from the bottom of the follicle:
Removes superfluous hair by dissolving it at the skin surface level.
More than any other single factor, what determines the ability of the hair to hold a curl?
The most common reducing agents used in permanent waves are:
The angle at which a perm wave is positioned on the head is referred to as:
The press performed when the hair becomes curly again due to perspiration or dampness is a:
A hard press is also known as:
To remove carbon build-up from the metal portion of a pressing comb, immerse the comb in a solution containing:
A pressing comb with more space between the teeth produces a:
A pressing comb with less space between the teeth produces a:
The amount of curl removed in a soft press:
The amount of curl removed in a medium press:
The amount of curl removed in a hard press:
stainless steel or brass
Pressing combs are made of quality:
Another term for a hangnail is:
Pigment cells are called:
Excessive use of _____________ can cause onychorrhexis.
The term "molds" should not be used when referring to ____________ of the nail plate from infections of the fingernails or toenails.
Onychomadesis may NOT be caused by an ______________ of the nail bed.
smooth and unspotted
The surface of a healthy nail should be:
Parasites that, under some conditions, can cause infections to the feet and hands are:
Naturally occurring skin bacterium that can grow out of control and cause nail infections, incorrectly referred to as mold, is:
Catalysts are added to the _____________ and used to set the curing time on acrylic nails.
What type of nail primer is corrosive to the skin and potentially dangerous to the eyes?
bead of product
As monomers absorb the polymers, the chemical reaction produces a small:
When using the brush to shape the free edge of the enhancement, use the:
The additives designed to speed up the chemical reactions of monomers are:
The amount of monomer liquid to polymer powder used to create a product bead is known as the:
brittle and discolored
Too much powder in a mix ratio causes nail enhancements to cure incorrectly and become:
Proper maintenance of nail enhancements should be done every:
A large blister containing watery fluid is a:
Sac containing fluid or pus:
A flat spot or a discoloration of the skin is a (freckle):
Benign, color-filled cysts, just under the dermis, no visible opening:
A large sore bump that does NOT have pus is:
An inflamed pimple containing pus is a:
Abnormal, rounded, solid lump:
Abnormal cell mass
Small blister with clear fluid:
Itchy, swollen lesion, such a bug bite or hives.
Dead cells formed over a wound or blemish while healing:
skin sore or abrasion:
Crack in the skin, such as dry lips:
A thick scar resulting from excessive growth of scar tissue:
Thin plate of skin flakes, such as dandruff:
A light, colored, and sometimes slightly raised:
A hair follicle filled with keratin and sebum forms a:
Benign, keratin-filled cysts:
Large, protruding, pocket filled with sebum:
Inflammation of the sebaceous glands:
Lack of perspiration:
Osmidrosis or foul smelling perspiration, is also known as:
Prickly heat when perspiring:
An inflammatory skin condition:
Acute, chronic lesions, dry or moist:
Fever blisters, or cold sores:
Weeping lesions common in children:
Common, chronic, non-contagious, inflammatory skin disease, characterized by red patches covered with silvery-white scales:
Abnormal skin coloration that accompanies every skin disorder and many systemic disorders:
Light or white splotches:
Absence of melanin pigment:
Increased pigment in spots:
Light, abnormal patches:
Abnormal brown or wine-colored patches:
Caused by UV exposure:
Callus, or corn:
Small, raised, brownish spot or blemish:
Small brown or flesh-colored outgrowth of skin:
A hypertrophy of the papillae is a verrua or:
The main food source for acne is:
Decolorizing the hair's natural pigment allows the colorist to create the exact degree of:
As part of their composition, all permanent hair coloring products and lighteners contain both a developer and an:
The most commonly used developer is:
Chemical compounds that lighten hair by dispersing, dissolving, and decolorizing the natural pigment are:
The process where hair is prelightened and then toned:
Hair coloring products that are used primarily on prelightened hair to achieve pale and delicate colors are:
During the process of decolorizing, natural hair that can go through as many as:
Most critical part of a color service is the:
Clients with hair in questionable condition should be required to sign a:
Lighteners that have a thicker consistency and give more control during scalp application are: