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  1. During the Age of Extravagance, women of status colored their cheeks:

    a. crimson red
    b. bright pink or orange
    c. pink only
    d. only if they were in line for the throne
    b. bright pink or orange
  2. The Greeks viewed the body as a(an):

    a. god
    b. gift
    c. temple
    d. accessory
    c. temple
  3. The Ancient Asians adhered to a high standard of:

    a. christianity
    b. grooming and apperance
    c. childbearing
    d. all ansers
    b. grooming and apperance
  4. What does a strong work ethic include?

    a. supporting the receptionist in the hopes of receiving more bookings
    b. being at work as long as your clients want you to be
    c. supporting your manager and salon owner
    d. only giving back only to those who have first given to you
    c. supporting your manager and salon owner
  5. Having good posture includes:

    a. holding your shoulders level and relaxed
    b. looking up and elongating the neck
    c. sitting with your back rounded
    d. bending at the neck
    a. holding your shoulders level and relaxed
  6. What should you do to ensure that you are staying on track with your plan or goal?

    a. don't set a deadline because you might fail
    b. write down your goal in explicit detail
    c. read your goal every two months
    d. reexamine your goal often
    d. reexamine your goal often
  7. What does time management teach you to do?

    a. reward yourself for a job well done
    b. prioritize your tasks
    c. learn problem-solving techniques and how to use them
    d. all answers
    b. prioritize your tasks
  8. When combined with additional consultation and retail responsibilities, the average facial treatment time generally totals:

    a. 1 hour 30 mins
    b. 1 hour 45 mins
    c. 1 hour 15 mins
    d. 2 hours
    c. 1 hour 15 mins
  9. Although technical and artistic skills are essential, what must you also master in order to be successful?

    a. art of communication
    b. gift of gab
    c. in-depth medical knowledge
    d. positive thinking
    a. art of communication
  10. What should you always have your client sign prior to having a more aggressive treatment?

    a. medical insurance form
    b. allergy history
    c. intake form
    d. consent form
    d. consent form
  11. When dealing with difficult customers, you should:

    a. respect boundaries
    b. think before you speak
    c. be assertive but respectful
    d. all answers
    d. all answers
  12. What is the "foundation" of the body called?

    a. exsoskeleton
    b. skeletal system
    c. bony network
    d. calcium deposits
    b. skeletal system
  13. Which answer does not stimulate muscular tissue?

    a. dry ice
    b. moist heat
    c. light rays
    d. heat rays
    a. dry ice
  14. The fifth cranial nerve is the largest of the cranial nerves and is also known as the:

    a. trifacial
    b. bifacial
    c. trifocal
    d. bifocal
    a. trifacial
  15. What part of the body helps to equalize the body's temperature and works with the immune system to protect the body from harmful microorganisms?

    a. temporalis
    b. blood
    c. hypothalmus
    d. none of these
    b. blood
  16. ____ carries water, oxygen, food and secretions to all cells of the body.

    a. Lymph
    b. Body fluid
    c. Heart
    d. Blood
    d. Blood
  17. The dense, active protoplasm found in teh center of the cell is called:

    a. occipitalis
    b. protoplasm
    c. epithelial
    d. nucleus
    d. nucleus
  18. Sensory or afferent nerves carry impulses from the sense organs to the brain, where sensations of ____ are recognized.

    a. taste, smell, and pain
    b. touch and cold
    c. heat and sight
    d. all answers
    d. all answers
  19. The two principal veins of the head, face and neck are the:

    a. occipital artery and superficial temporal artery
    b. internal and external jugular veins
    c. exocrine and endocrine veins
    d. none of these
    b. internal and external jugular veins
  20. What is the role of connective tissue?

    a. supports, protects and binds together other tissues of the body
    b. provides a protective covering on body surfaces
    c. facilitates movements of joints
    d. all answers
    a. supports, protects and binds together other tissues of the body
  21. What is the function of efferent nerves?

    a. act as sensory motor-nerves that supply the fingers
    b. serve as the chief motor nerve of the face
    c. carry impulses from the brain to the muscles to produce movement.
    d. serve as the chief sensory nerve of the face and as the motor nerve of the muscles that control chewing.
    c. carry impulses from the brain to the muscles to produce movement.
  22. ___ is(are) responsible for the daily functioning of our bodies:

    a. Reflexes
    b. Perception
    c. Chemical reactions
    d. all answers
    c. Chemical reactions
  23. The lightest element on earth is:

    a. oxygen
    b. hydrogen
    c. water
    d. air
    b. hydrogen
  24. Solutions, suspensions, and emulsions are physical mixtures of ___ substances.

    a .one or more
    b. two or four
    c. two or more
    d. three or more
    c. two or more
  25. Which of the following accurately describes a liquid state of matter?

    a. definite size, but not a definite shape
    b. indefinite size and shape
    c. definite size and definite shape
    d. indefinite size and indefinite shape
    a. definite size, but not a definite shape
  26. The main electrical modalities used in esthetics include:

    a. galvanic
    b. garadic
    c. sinusoidal and Tesla high frequency
    d. all answers
    d. all answers
  27. Galvanic current is used for:

    a. driving solutions deeper into the epidermis
    b. keeping skin firm
    c. extracting comedones
    d. all answers
    a. driving solutions deeper into the epidermis
  28. A(n)___ excludes clients from using certain ingredients or products or having certain treatments.

    a. indicaton
    b. reaction
    c. predilection
    d. contraindication
    d. contraindication
  29. Estheticians are primarily concerned with these lights rays:

    a. cosmic rays
    b. blue and red wavelengths
    c. infared rays, ultraviolet rays and visible light
    d. all visible wavelengths only
    c. infared rays, ultraviolet rays and visible light
  30. Starches are also called what?

    a. simple carbohydrates
    b. complex carbohydrates
    c. meat
    d. all answers
    b. complex carbohydrates
  31. The building of tissues and all other bodily functions are related to ____.

    a. nutrition
    b. protein
    c. carbohydrates
    d. the environment
    a. nutrition
  32. Iron aids in the production of:

    a. oxidation in the body
    b. cholesterol and free radicals
    c. hemoglobin and red blood cells
    d. hemoglobin and oxygenation
    d. hemoglobin and oxygenation
  33. What are complementary foods?

    a. combination of two incomplete proteins that make a complete protein
    b. combination of two complete proteins that make a highly nutritous meal
    c. combination of two incompatible proteins that should never be combined
    d. combination of two incompatible proteins that create a highly nutritious meal
    a. a combination of two incomplete proteins that make a complete protein
  34. Keratin and intercellular lipids are formed in which layer of the skin?

    a. stratum corneum
    b. stratum spinosum
    c. dermis
    d. stratum granulosum
    d. stratum granulosum
  35. In the dermis, the ___ glands secrete oil:

    a. sebaceous
    b. hyaluronic
    c. suderiferous
    d. oil
    a. sebaceous
  36. Where are the papillae located?

    a. bottom of the follicles
    b. inside the oil glands
    c. next to the hair follicles
    d. inside the arrector pilli
    c. next to the hair follicles
  37. What are the most important functions of collagen?

    a. gives skin strength and is necessary for wound healing
    b. gives skin elasticity and is necessary for wound healing
    c. helps skin adhere to muscles and adheres the epidermis to the dermis
    d. all answers
    a. gives skin strength and is necessary for wound healing
  38. Cell division is called:

    a. division
    b. separation
    c.genesis
    d. mitosis
    d. mitosis
  39. A skin sore produced by scratching or scraping the skin is called a(n):

    a. excoriation
    b. fissure
    c. keloid
    d. ulcer
    a. excoriation
  40. Chronic inflammation of the sebaceous glands is called:

    A. acne excoriee
    B. asteatosis
    C. seborrhea
    D. acne
    D. acne
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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