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Where is the corrugator located?Slender muscle deep to orbicularis oculi *muscles around and superior to the eye*,What does the corrugator do?it draws the eyebrow down & wrinkles the forehead...orbicularis oculiCloses eyelids; used in blinking, winking, and squinting, entire eyeorbicularis oriscloses and protrudes lipsSupraorbital vein- starts near the zygomatic process of the frontal bone, joining the supratrochlear vein near medial angle of the eye to form the facial vein.supraorbital arterysupplies blood to the upper eyelid and foreheadKeratinocytesThe most abundant epidermal cells, they function mainly to produce keratin.What happens to keratinocytes?they eventually die off from the basal layer to the stratum corneumWhere is the zygomatic bone?cheek bonewhere are the mentalis, orbicularis oris, quadratus labii inferioris, risorius, and buccinator?around the mouthnasolabial linesDynamic wrinkles that connect the nose to the mouth.Buccinatortrumpeter, where your molar teeth arewhat is the name of the lower jawmandiblewhat is the name of the upper jawmaxillaWhat does OSHA stand for?Occupational Safety and Health Administrationwhich machines have rubber bandsreciprocating coil machineswhat is the oldest techniquemanual tapwhat is the newest machinerotary penorganic pigmentsmade using carbon chemistry (in lab) not made from living organisms brighter + intense prone to fading NOT stableinorganic pigmentslast longer generally dry pigments opaque offer great lightfastness iron oxideswhich pigments last longerinorganicwhich pigments are stableinorganicwhich pigments are more lightfastinorganicwhich technique is dotting for eyelids with a slow machinepointlismStipplingtechnique for dotting in building color on places like eyebrowslininghairstrokes techniqueshadingfrom more intense area to less intensePermanent lips are forthin-assymetrichow many ways to divide the face for eyebrow shapingthirdsparamedical makeup is also known ascamoflauge tattooinghypertrophic scarremains within the boundaries of the original wound, darker thean the skin around it & raised /redkeloid scarextends into previously normal tissue, keeps growing/raisedcontracturenormal elastic replaces with fibrous inelasticvitiligoloss of pigment in areas of the skin (devoid) (cow look)impetrigoinfection that happens when skin or tools are clean before the procedurehow to color correct greenred correctionhow to color correct violetgold correctionhow to color correct redgreen correctionhow to color correctbluered-gold correctionMigration of pigmentusually from poor angle and poor pigments, happens on outer corner of eye or lip liner (membrane areas)consequencespredictable outcomes (redness and swelling)side effectsnot desired outcomes (bruising, nausea, vomiting)complicationsunexpected outcome following a procedure (infection)corneal abrasionan injury, such as a scratch or irritation, to the outer layers of the cornea, very common, avoid by keeping eye lubricatedgranulomaTUMOR (small nodules that are hard and encapsulated) produced when body tries to destroy foreign objectherpes/coldsore can be worked on?yes, with an antiviral prescriptionwhat is the integumentary system?skin, hair, nails sweat and oil glandswhat is the relationship between the 3 types of -dermisepidermis is touch, protects from injury, bacteria + pollution. dermis gives epidermis strength +stability. hypodermis is the subcutaneous fat that acts as the cushion +thermal barrier for the body.KeratinizationProcess by which newly formed cells in the basal layer, fill with keratin, move upward, lose their nucleus, and die.5 layers of the epidermisbasal layer, stratum germanivatum/spinosum, stratum granulosum, stratum lucidum, stratum corneumwhat happens from the stratum germinavitum to spinosumkeratin cells attach to granules then create a spiny form3 fibers in dermisfor strength and elasticity. reticula, collagen, elastinElastinprotein base similar to collagen that forms elastic tissue, youthfulnessreticular fibersFibers made of collagen fibers that are very thin and branched. Forma tightly woven fabric that joins connective tissue to adjacent tissues.collagen fibersprovides flexibility and strength, used in fingerprintingDEJdermal-epidermal junctionmusculaturepertaining to the muscleswhat is the difference in blood with arteries vs veinsarteries carry pure blood from the heart, veins carry impure blood like Co2 and wasteWhich artery supplies blood to the head?carotid arteryVein that drains blood back to heart from headJugularwhat is the path blood takes to the head when it leaves the heartcartoid artery- temporal artery- transverse +anterior-cappillary-venule-vein-jugularsupraorbitalabove the eyemusculocutaneous perforatorssmaller arteries connecting muscles and skinanastomoseconnecting of cappillaries and venulescranial nerveresponsible for facial expressionif blood are like a ladderthen the perferators are the stepping ,mountstrigeminal nerve controls what?speaking musclespalpebraeyelidlevator palpebrae superioriselevates upper eyelid, opens eye, works against orbicularis oculimasseterchewing musclelacrimal glandgland located in the upper outer region above the eyeball that secretes tearsMoll glandssweat glandsZeis glandsaka sebaceous -secrete an oil to the eyelasheshow many colors are in the color wheel12 colorswhat are blue's descriptionsblue is coolness + depthwhat are red's descriptionswarmth +fullnesswhat are yellow's descriptionscoolness+warmthHow to create orange2 Red + 3 YellowHow to create Green1 Blue + 3 YellowHow to create Violet1 Blue + 2 RedWhat color do complementary colors turn when they're togetherBrowns + GreysCovering power for transparent and opaque colorsOpaque has covering power, transparent does notpheomelaninred-yellow pigmentEumelaninbrownish black pigmentconsulationfact finding missionindicationopposite of contraindiction, suitable for, vitiligo, scars, alopeciaBDD (body dysmorphic disorder)excessive preoccupation with imaginary or exaggerated defects in appearanceTuberculosisBacterial infection of the lungs