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Chapter 14 pivot point cosmetology
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Implement used to build acrylic nails, made from natural hair like sable
Type of artificial nail created from acrylic material
Process of applying product over a nail tip to create a more durable extension
Technical term for a hangnail, split, dry cuticle
Artificial nail care
Use of various man-made materials and techniques to enhance the appearance of artificial nails, cleaning underneath, polish remover, etc.
Colorless polish that evens out the nail plate; prevents pigments from staining the plate
Implement used to smooth the surface of the nail
Blue color in the skin under the nail, caused by a systemic problem, like heart or poor circulation
Condition in which a blood clot forms under the nail plate, causing a dark purplish spot , caused by trauma
Solution that removes any residue products from the bristles of a brush, acetone
Horizontal, wavy ridges across the nail, caused by injury or systemic condition.
Loose, pliable, dead overlapping skin around the nail, able to be removed
Moisturizer used to soften the cuticle skin
Cutting implement used to trim hangnails
Implement used to push cuticles
Low percent of hydrogen peroxide, also sodium or potassium hydroxide, used to loosen dead skin
Holds monomer and polymer separate during nail services
Solution that allows better adhesion of nail enhancements. It eliminates moisture.
Massage movement, light, gliding, circular, stroking motion.
Very thin, soft nails
Heats creams for specialized nail services
Electric nail service
Manicure using electrical powered tools
Implement that is single use implement; used to shorten and shape natural nails
Disease or disorder of the nail caused by nail services or products that have adversely altered the skin or nail
Cuticle that overlaps the lunula. It's a seal at the base of the nail.
the cause of a disease, disorder or a condition.
A bowl that allows a comfortable soaking of the nails.
Stiff brush that cleans the nails and removes debris off the foot.
A paddle with a gritty surface that softens and removes callouses.
part of the nail plate that extends over the tip of the finger or toe
Nail polish technique, white polish applied to the free edge, a pink polish applied to the nail bed
Indented vertical lines down the nail plate.
Lotion for hands
Hot oil/cream manicure
Process of placing the clients hand in warm oil or cream instead of water; soaking solution
Seal of skin under the free edge of the nail
Aka onychocryptosis; nail that grows into the edge of the nail groove
Aka spoon nails; nails with a concave shape, can be caused by systemic or long term illness or a nerve disturbance
White spots appearing in the nail , caused by injury to the nail
Light cured/ gel nails
Cured with a light ; acrylic applied to the nail plate
Liquid nail wrap
Polish consisting of tiny strengthened fibers, hardens and protects the nail
Colored polish that is enamel, creates defects on the nails
Whitened area; half-moon shape at the base of the nail; state question: it is a reflection of the light on the matrix
FYI Latin word mani; hands; cosmetic care of the hands and fingernails
Pocket-like structure that holds the root and the matrix
Mixes with powder to form acrylic nails
Aka material safety data sheet; info and key data on specific products
Implements used to cut nails and trim mending fibers
Process of using decoration on the nails
Area that holds the nail plate; has all the nerves and blood vessels
Lightener or high percent hydrogen peroxide used to remove on the nails
Nail plate; visible nail area
Small brush used to clean nails
Applies to the nails to dryness
Dead, colorless tissue attached to the natural nail plate.
Metal implement that shortens, files, and shapes artificial nails
Plastic or paper template that forms an acrylic extension
Tracks on either side of the nail as the nail moves out and grows
Active tissue that generates cells that harden as they move outward from the root to the nail
Nail mend fiber
Fiberglass, silk or linen; a mending material to repair splits or cracks
Part of the nail attached to the matrix; the base of the nail
Nail service cushion
Soft form support to rest client's arm on.
Nail service stool
Allows easy access to all tools and the client because seat is adjustable
Nail service table
Table that provides a place for all the tools to be laid out. Can have a light attached. Sq: wattage of light bulb on mani table 40 watts
Nail product that is usually a clear polish, applied to base coat
Professional that specializes in nail care services
Plastic extensions that adhere to the natural nail.
The folds of skin on either side of the nail groove.
Fiberglass, silk or linen. Material applied over natural nail. Reinforced with adhesive.
shrinking or wasting away of nails/ atrophy
Aka hypertrophy; thickening of the nail plate
Inflammation of the nail matrix
Represented by increased curvature of the nail
Study of nails
Separate of the nail; loosening of the nail
Fungal infection of the nail; ringworm
Shedding or falling off of the nail
Split or brittle nails
Any deformity or disease of the natural nail.
Use of airbrush gun and paint to decorate the nail
Tech term for the nail
Orange wood stick
Supply used to loosen debris and apply creams and clean under the free edge of the nail.
Inflammation of the skin around the nail, also called felon
Cosmetic care of the feet and toenails, the Latin word ped means foot and cura means care
Skin that touches, overlaps and surrounds the nail
Light or heavy kneading or rolling of the muscles
Nail product that is mixed with a monomer to form an acrylic nail, powder in form
Product that ensures adhesion f acrylic product to nail
Medical opinion of the future condition of an illness
Living skin attached to nail plate either at the hyponychium or the eponychium
Nail extensions formed with a nail form rather than a tip.created by polymer and monomer
Product that removes dead skin cells
Liquid soap used with warm water in finger bowl to soften skin, loosen dirt and aid in pushing back cuticle
Drying agent, spray or polish that aids in fast drying of polish
Diseases, disorders or conditions throughout the system caused by an external factor such as illness, nutrition or heredity.
Medical term for ringworm; red,circular patch of small blisters, caused by a vegetable parasite.
Ringworm of the hand
Ringworm of the foot
Ringworm of the nail
Separates toes during polishing
Top coat or sealer
Colorless hard polish that keeps colored polish from peeling or chipping
Wet disinfectant container
Container with disinfectant solution into which tools and implements are completely immersed
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