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State board cosmeotology exam
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a color that is formulated to deposit but not lighten color, and is mixed with a low volume developer
the hair shaft
the cuticle, the cortex, and the medulla are the three main layers of
hair color applied to the new growth
what is a retouch
fungal infections are destroyed by which of the following preventive procedures in the facial areas
nerves and blood vessels are in the nail
what color should be used to neutralize unwanted green tones in a clients hair
narrow forehead, wide jaw and chin line
which of the following describes a pear or triangular face shape
which type of nerve tissue moves body parts
which of the following should be applied to stop the bleeding of a minor cut
which level of cleaning is recommended for all esthetic implements and surfaces
nucleus, cytoplasm, cell membrane
what are the three basic parts of a cell
Refer client to a physician
what action should the practitioner take if pediculosis is present on the scalp of the client
the section of a pin curl that is the stationary foundation of the curl is
which of the following determines the the texture of the hair
put on gloves
while performing a haircut, the stylist accidentally nips the client's ear, what is the second safety step that the stylist should follow?
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
which of the following is a government agency that regulates and enforces safety and health standards ?
which of the following parts of a cell is responsible for its growth and reproduction?
which of the following is the bonding agent that secures the nail tip to the natural nail?
the ability to absorb moisture
the definition of porosity is
which of the following germicides can be used on the skin?
another name for a piggy back wrap is
disulfide bonds are broken by which of the following processes?
Touching non-intact skin
which of the following will cause a practitioner to use blood exposure procedures?
which of the following will reinforce and reconstruct the hair shaft?
which of the following conditions is a fungus found on the skin?
reusable forms are made of aluminum or
which of the following is the watery material found between the cell membrane and the nuclear membrane?
which body system is made up of three subsystems?
the line that makes a hairstyle appear long or narrow is
during the processing time in chemical waving, the solution causes the wrapped hair to
which of the following is a hypertrophy caused by a virus?
a heredity condition that causes hypo pigmented spots and splotches on the skin that may be related to the thyroid is
which of the following pieces of equipment is recommended to sterilize implements in the facial spa?
which of the following determines the mobility of a pin curl?
which one of the following is the active ingredient in a relaxer that softens and swells the hair to form lanthionine bonds?
which nerve fibers are distributed to the sudoriferous and sebaceous glands?
which part of the cell is responsible for controlling reproduction, growth, and metabolism?
yellow red and blue
which of the following are primary colors
the growth of a healthy human nail plate is largely determined by proper diet, exercise, and physical health. the shape, width and thickness is determined by
which of the following is formed when immiscible substances are mixed with the help of a binder?
which of the following should be used to disinfect metal tools?
if the cuticle is slightly raised and accepts color products easily, the hair is
which of these four steps is crucial for removing dirt and oil and should be done two times a day?
a client comes in the salon to purchase shampoo; she frequently uses a lot of styling gel and spritz. what shampoo should the stylist recommend?
cotton-tipped wooden stick
which of the following should be used to apply cuticle remover?
which of the following is a facial shape with a long narrow face with hollow cheeks
debris is removed from tools and implements using which of the following procedures?
which of the following tests is performed before a lightener to determine the end results?
which face shape is well proportioned and considered ideal?
the outline or silhouette of the design that verifies the identity of a hairstyle is
the nail extends from the matrix to the
what product can be used to equalize the porosity of the hair?
which of the following is one of the three basic ingredients in the acrylic hardening process?
what is it called when a contagious disease spreads from one person to another person?
what is the highest level of decontamination?
1/2 inch away from the scalp
when performing a virgin hair color service, the cosmetologist should start applying the product
which of the following is the study of all aspects of the muscles?
a lightener retouch is applied to the
a condition caused by an infestation of head lice is
which sudoriferous gland disorder is characterized by a lack of sweat?
abrasive files are used to remove and shape which of the following?
the portion of the hair that is inside the hair follicle under the skin's surface is the
which of the following implements can be used to loosen the cuticle?
an autoclave is used in the spa to provide which level of infection control?
which of the following is a disorder causing unpleasant odors from the armpit?
which type of base placement causes less stress and tension during a permanent waving service?
which of the following is the animal parasite that burrows under the skin and causes severe itching?
parasites need which of the following to survive?
which layer of skin protects from the environment?
which of the following is the depression in the skin where hair grows?
what type of hair color has the largest pigment molecules?
which one of the following is the peak of a finger wave?
kill bacteria and other pathogens
a chemical disinfectant's efficacy is its ability to provide which of the following?
the massage movement that should be perfected and expertly used for the purpose of relaxing the client during a pedicure is called
which of the following is a common fungal infection on the hands and feet?
which of the following is an electrical current modality that produces chemical changes in the skin?
which function of the skin protects the body by sending messages to the brain?
which of the following muscles moves the foot up and extends the toes?
which face shape is considered the most balanced and symmetric?
increased curvature nail plates have deep or sharp curves at the free edge. this shape is determined by
infection control in the facial area is necessary to help prevent the spread of which of the following viruses?
which massage movement is intended to soothe muscles?
when giving a pedicure, what solution should never be added while the client's feet are in the spa bath?
which method of hair removal involves removing the hair in the same direction as the growth of the hair?
which of the following is a parasite and can be spread easily to a non-infected area or person by means of improperly disinfected tools?
the technical term for head lice is?
which disorder of sebaceous glands is characterized by papules, pustules, and comedones?
a coiled corkscrew-shaped bacteria cell that causes syphilis is
which piece of electrical equipment uses a warm, humid mist to expand the pores?
oily skin is a result of overproduction by which of the following?
infection, inflammation, or swelling
a practitioner should refuse to service a client when which of the following is present?
Apply a protective base
which one of the following precautions should be taken to protect a sensitive scalp during a hydroxide relaxer retouch?
which of the following products should be added to the pedicure bath?
cover wound, apply pressure, elevate injured limb, apply bandage
which of the following is the appropriate sequence of the events in the first aid procedure for bleeding wounds?
which of the following causes syphilis?
a cosmetologist is doing a hair analysis on a client and notices that the client has a work in the crown area of the head. when cutting, the cosmetologist will need to use
which of the following infection control procedures is used in the salon to kill most bacteria?
which of the following tissues send messages to other body parts?
which of the following products is applied to equalize porosity and reconstruct damaged hair during a lightener process?
which of the following may be used to dissolve soft tissue adhering directly to the nail plate?
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