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Pivot point final
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The study of the functions of the organs and systems of the body is known as:
Which type of tissue supports, protects and holds the body together?
Most of the activities of the cell take place in the
A separate body structure composed of two or more different tissues is a(n):
The outer and narrower of the 2 lower leg bones, extending from the knee to the ankle, is known as the:
Located above the corners of the mouth, which muscle raises the angle of the mouth, as in snarling?
The midsection of the muscle is called the
Which of the following arteries supplies blood to the upper surface of the foot
Dorsal is pedis
The colorless liquid produced as a byproduct when plasma passes nourishment to capillaries and cells is known as:
What branch of the facial nerve extends to the upper part of the cheek
the cranial nerve responsible for transmitting facial sensations to the brain is the
A volt is a unit of electric:
When performing an electrotherapy procedure, what current conductor is used to bring the current from the appliance to the client's skin?
Neutrons have which type of electrical charge?
Matter with definite weight but indefinite volume and shape is called:
On the pH scale, numbers greater than 7 indicate a(n):
Hair that is 90% cortex and 10% cuticle when compared to hair that is 40% cuticle would be considered to be more
Stimulation of the onset of the telogen stage or causing the production of abnormal, brittle hairs can be caused by:
Disease and medication
The baby fine, silky hair that is shed shortly after birth and replaced with vellus is known as:
The number of active hair follicles per square inch on the scalp refers to
Which procedural step is generally used to determine if hair loss may be identified as androgenetic alopecia?
Ask questions about family history
The type of massage movement that involves circular movements with no gliding and is applied using the fingers or palms is known as
Which type of rinse closes the cuticle after a color service to prevent the color from fading?
Perform scalp massage movements starting at
The standard proportion between the head and overall body height of a man that most artists use is
1 to 8
Chemical products used to destroy most bacteria (except bacterial spores), fungi and viruses on nonporous surfaces are called
What are the basic units of living matter
Organs that eliminate water and waste products are the:
Which area of science involves the study of the organs and systems of the body?
The upper cheek and bottom of the eye socket are formed by the malar, also called:
The frontalis and occipitalis muscles are joined by a tendon called the
The heart muscle is entirely encased in a membrane called the:
Which artery supplies blood to parts of the brain, eyes and forehead
internal carotid artery
Which system is comprised of glands that manufacture chemical substances called hormones
The posterior auricular, temporal and zygomatic are all branches of which nerve?
An ampere is a unit of electric
An alternating current that can be adjusted to different voltages to produce heat is:
When testing electrodes for polarity, the negative electrode will create:
A salon owner wants to balance the tones of light in the salon. Which type of light would likely be incorporated
Two or more of the same atoms joined together by a chemical bond is a(n
Which of the following conditions is an example of chemical change
oxygen and hydrogen combining to form water
pH balanced refers to a product that ranges from a pH of:
The process of hair turning gray is most commonly caused by...
Natural aging process
The resting stage of hair growth when the hair bulb has no attached root sheath is referred to as the
Which of the following conditions results in a situation in which alternating bands of gray and dark hair exist
What type of balance is created when the weight is positioned unequally from a center axis?
Which design principle refers to units that are opposite, creates variety and stimulates interest?
What is the function of sebum?
Mix with sweat to form the acid mantle
Where does mitosis (cell division) or replacement of the skin cells take place
The small openings onto the skin from the sudoriferous glands are called:
The epidermis is composed of how many layers
The conversion of living cells into dead protein cells is called
Healthy skin requires special care to maintain its health, elasticity, vibrancy and:
The greatest concentration of sudoriferous glands is found on the
palms, soles, scalp and forehead and underarms
An example of an objective symptom is:
What is the professional action to take when a client with rosacea requests a facial service
proceed with the service with approval of the client's physician
Which of the following conditions refers to an excess of living skin that can remain attached to the nail plate and disrupt normal nail growth
Under normal circumstances, the growth of a new fingernail takes approximately
Another name for split or brittle nails is
The living tissue under the free edge of the nail is the
What is a highly infectious disease that infects the liver
Human Hepatitis B (HBV)
Eileen's client has developed pneumonia. Which type of bacteria is the cause of this disease?
To be an effective disinfectant, bleach needs to contain which of the following ingredients?
What is the second level of infection control
Key product information, such as toxicology, first-aid, fire- fighting measures and ecological information, is provided by the
Which type of tissue coordinates body functions in addition to carrying messages to and from the brain and spinal cord
What is the name of the gel-like substance containing water, salt and nutrients that cells are composed of
The process of building up larger molecules from small ones is
The spongy bone found between the eyes that forms part of the nasal cavity is called the:
What term means "in front of"?
The muscles that respond to commands regulated by will are referred to as
Which artery supplies blood to the lower portion of the face, including the mouth and nose?
Thick-walled vessels that carry pure blood from the heart through the body are:
Which nerve extends down the little-finger side of the arm into the palm of the hand?
Which crucial part of the central nervous system is composed of long nerve fibers and originates in the base of the brain and extends to the base of the spine?
A unit of electric resistance is called a(n):
A measure of how much electrical energy is being used is known as a
Which bond is the backbone of all protein molecules?
What color does red litmus paper turn when placed in an alkali?
What is the natural flow or wave pattern of hair determined by?
The angle of the follicle
Catagen, a brief transitional stage of hair growth, lasts for what amount of time?
Only a few weeks
The name given to grayness or whiteness of the hair is
The visual appearance or feel of a surface that creates interest within a design is called
In which of the three levels of observation does the designer use qualitative analysis?
Adding volume to the fringe area will visually shorten the length of the nose in which profile
The distribution used to sculpt solid form is:
Catalysts are found in liquid monomer to:
speed up chemical reaction
Another name for acrylic monomer is:
Polish remover or alcohol can be used as a
Nail preparation solution
Which of the following implements removes debris from the nail sidewalls?
The two types of melanin found in the cortex of the hair are eumelanin and:
Which type of porosity may take longer to absorb coloring
The two types of finger and shear positions that are used while cutting are:
parallel and nonparallel
The direction the hair is combed in relation to its base parting is called:
What type of design line is used to sculpt solid form
In natural fall, all lengths in the solid form fall to the same:
How much of the nail plate should a nail tip cover?
Artificial nails need a fill every:
What grit of nail file is used to remove excess artificial nail product?
What grit file should be used on natural nails to prevent damage?
What is involved in the service of eye tabs?
Applying individual clusters of artificial eyelashes
Which hair texture may tend to process slightly lighter than the intended level?
Which of the following types of color products deposit color, or lift (lighten) and deposit color in a single-process technique?
Peroxide can act as an oxidizer and lift or subtract color when activated by:
A higher pH substance
On-the-scalp lighteners have a pH of:
In order to become active, a developer needs to be mixed with ammonia or:
What base toner would be used to produce a neutral blond on prelightened pale yellow hair?
Human hairstrands will produce which of the following results when held over a match flame?
Which type of wig is available in several sizes and most often hand-tied?
Sodium hydroxide relaxers have an alkaline pH of:
Which of the following statements is true about alkaline perms?
Strong curl pattern
Which element do most acid perms use along with tension and waving lotion to process hair?
Heat and wrapping with firm, even tension when using an acid perm produces which of the following effects?
Boosts penetration of glyceryl monothioglycolate
A two-dimensional representation of form consisting of length and width, but not depth, is called a:
Virucidals are disinfectants used to kill:
What is another name for histology?
The study of structures that can be seen with the naked eye is called:
The two bones that form the upper jaw are the:
The muscle that causes the foot to invert and turn outward is the:
Which of the following arteries supplies blood to the thumb side of the arm and hand?
Which nerve extends down the thumb side of the arm into the back of the hand?
Electric current moves along a path called a(n):
When a blow dryer is on and air begins to flow, you have an example of:
Which light source is close to being adopted as the mainstream light source due to falling prices and phasing out of 40- and 60-watt bulbs?
Which of the following currents has chemical effects that are caused by passing the currents through particular acid or alkaline solutions, then through body tissues and fluids?
When amino acids combine to form the protein of the hair:
They take on a spiraling configuration
The most accurate method of measuring pH is with:
In what pH range is skin and hair?
Hair color is darker during which stage of growth?
The central core of the hair shaft sometimes missing in fine or very fine hair is the:
Seeing as a designer is all about:
Observing and connecting
The 4 design principles are repetition, alternation, progression and:
Which layer of the epidermis protects the skin's moisture balance by acting as a barrier to moisture loss?
What is one function of the acid mantle?
Prevent skin from drying and chapping
Where are the large blood vessels found that transport nourishment to the skin and nerves?
Verruca is a name given to a variety of:
An open lesion visible on the skin surface that may result in the loss of portions of the dermis and may be accompanied by pus is know as a(n):
What is the definition of bromidrosis?
Unpleasant odor from the skin
What is the living tissue that overlies the nail plate on the sides of the nail?
Onychia is an inflammation of the:
The living tissue that overlies the nail plate on the sides of the nail is known as the:
Another term for bitten nails is:
Which of the following steps should be taken if a person has fainted?
Apply a cold compress
Rod-shaped bacterial cells are known as:
Bacteria that are harmless and can even be beneficial are called:
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