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  1. In discussing a haircut, where is the perimeter located?
    a)In crown
    b)at front hairline
    c)at outer edges
    d)at fringe area
    At outer edges
  2. It is recommended that you cut extremely curly hair 
    a)wet
    b)Dry cut before straightening
    c)at front hairline
    d)at fringe area
    Dry cut before straightening
  3. It is recommended that you cut extemely kinky hair?
    a)wet
    b)dry before straightening
    c)dry cut after straightening
    d)damp
    Dry after straightening
  4. When cutting extremely curly hair avoid which of the following cutting implements?
    a)shears
    b)clippers
    c)razor
    d)thinning shears
    razors
  5. When cutting a cowlick what tension should be used?
    a)medium
    b)high tension
    c)very little
    d) no tension
    no tension
  6. When cutting hair with electric clippers hair should be?
    a)wet or dry
    b)dry
    c)wet or damp
    d)cut with lotion
    dry
  7. Reason razor cutting requires damp hair?
    a)to avoid pulling hair
    b)retains sharp edge of a razor longer
    c)provides stylist with better control
    d)prevents nicks and cuts
    to avoid pulling hair
  8. principal reason for using thinning shears is 
    a)increase bulk
    b)decrease bulk
    c)create feathered appearance
    d)increase stylist control
    Decrease bulk
  9. Tapering has many different names which of the following is not a name for tapering?
    a)blunt
    b)shingling
    c)graduation
    d)fading
    blunt
  10. Layering means the hair lengths have been cut
    a)bluntly
    b)graduated
    c)at 0 degree elevation
    d)undercut
    graduated
  11. Which of the following would not be useful for thinning out hair
    a)thinning shears
    b)shears
    c)razor
    d)clippers
    clippers
  12. Which of the following is not part of your cutting shears?
    a)screw
    b)finger brace
    c)blade
    d)prong
    prong
  13. On which part of the cutting shears does your little finger rest?
    a)screw
    b)tang
    c)blade
    d)finger brace/ guard
    finger brace/ guard
  14. Which of the following can be achieved using the shears over comb technique?
    a)texturizing
    b)layering very close to the skin
    c)height at the crown
    d)long layers
    layering very close to the skin
  15. Blood is resupplied with oxygen by?
    a)heart
    b)lungs
    c)heart and lungs
    d)kidneys
    lungs
  16. In cutting very straight hair what degree of tension is recommended
    a)medium
    b)minimum
    c)maximum
    d)client comfort is the determining fact
    maximum
  17. Client has fine dense hair and wants it thinned out. How far from head should stylist hold razor or thinning shears
    a)1/2 in.
    b)3/4 in.
    c)1 in
    d)1 1/2 in
    1 in
  18. Club cutting is a method of cutting hair
    a)with razor
    b)with shears over comb
    c)blunt and straight across
    d)very tight and close taper at the neck
    blunt and straight across
  19. To create appearance of height cut the hair
    a)full at nape and crown
    b)close at nape and crown
    c)short in front but longer in back
    d)close at the nape and high in the crown
    close at the nape and high in the crown
  20. When trying to create more body in fine hair
    a)use shears over comb method
    b)give a blunt cut
    c)cut using razor
    d)use graduated layers where possible
    give blunt cut
  21. In razor cutting the amount of hair removed in one razor stroke is dependent upon 
    a)sharpness of razor
    b)angle of the razor
    c)length of the hair
    d)skill and agility of stylist
    angle of the razor
  22. When slithering hair best results will be obtained when using shears with which edge?
    a)notched
    b)corrugated
    c)sharp
    d)smooth
    sharp
  23. Flexible comb, used in scissors over comb technique creates a close/tight neckline is
    a)styling comb
    b)fine tooth comb
    c)barber comb
    d)all of the above
    Fine tooth comb
  24. Which of the following hair cutting implements may be used on wet or dry hair?
    a)shears
    b)razor
    c)clippers
    d)all of the above
    shears
  25. Which of the following implements could be used on wet or dry hair?
    a)shears
    b)razor
    c)clippers
    d)both a and c
    both a and c
  26. Which of the following hair cutting implements is best used on wet/damp hair?
    a)shears
    b)razors
    c)clippers
    d)all of the above
    razors
  27. These hair cutting lines are used to create a weight and stability of movement
    a)diagonal
    b)vertical
    c)concave
    d)horizontal
    Horizontal
  28. These hair cutting lines are used to create a sense/illusion of movement
    a)vertical
    b)diagonal
    c)horizontal
    d)weight lines
    diagonal
  29. The angle/degree at which you hold out hair from scalp prior to cutting
    a)elevation
    b)graduation
    c)weight line
    d)demarcation
    Elevation
  30. Blunt cut tends to create lines that are
    a)feathered and soft 
    b)soft and feminine
    c)hard
    d)easy to roll in a roller set
    hard
  31. In shear over comb technique which comb is generally used?
    a)wide
    b)styling
    c)rattail
    d)barber
    barber comb
  32. In shear over comb technique you should work with and area
    a)no wider than the comb
    b)equal width 
    c)as wide as comb
    d)no wider than blade of shears
    No wider than the comb
  33. In shear over comb technique the angel of comb will determine
    a)length of hair
    b)degree of elevation
    c)both a and b
    d)none of the above
    Length of hair
  34. In shear over comb tech. stylist should begin haircut at the 
    a)crown
    b)whenever they feel most comfortable
    c)front
    d)nape
    nape
  35. If you client has lice what must you do
    a)recommend shampoo
    b)refuse service
    c)recommend they see a doctor 
    d)complete service
    refuse service
  36. When cutting hair with clippers it is generally best to
    a)follow direction of hair growth pattern
    b)up and down underside of comb
    c)have hair slightly damp especially in nape
    d)shampoo and dry hair prior to cutting
    go against direction of growth pattern
  37. When using clipper over comb tech. the clippers move
    a)sideways across underside of comb
    b)up and down underside of comb
    c)sideways across top of comb
    d)up and down across top side of the comb
    sideways across top
  38. While cutting a clients hair , if stylist momentarily stops cutting, what is best method to handle shears
    a)closed on your station
    b)palm them closed facing client
    c)sideways across top of the comb
    d)palm them closed facing stylist
    palm them closed facing stylist
  39. Thinning shears are used to
    a)remove excess length 
    b)remove excess bulk
    c)create high fashion looks
    d)create feathered layers
    remove excess bulk
  40. using single notched shears will have which of the following effects
    a)remove less hair than double notched
    b)removed more hair than double notched
    c)remove virtually no hair
    d)only used to thin hair in fringe area
    remove more hair than double notched
  41. Using double notched shears will have which of the following effects?
    a)remove less than double notched
    b)remove more than double notched
    c)remove virtually no hair
    d)only used to thin hair in fringe area
    Remove more hair than double notched
  42. A uniformed layered cut is cut at what angle/degree
    a)0
    b)45
    c)90
    d)180
    90
  43. Haircut at 0 degree/angle is referred to as all of the following except
    a)wedge
    b)bob
    c)blunt cut
    d)solid form
    wedge
  44. Slithering/effilating refers to tech. of decreasing bulk by
    a)point cutting
    b)thinning hair
    c)opening and partially closing shears up and down the hair shaft
    d)both b and c
    both b and c
  45. Technical/medical term for the palm of your hand
    a)phalanges
    b)metacarpus
    c)hyoid
    d)talus
    metacarpus
  46. There are ____ bones in the metacarpus
    a)28
    b)5
    c)8
    d)14
    5
  47. This is the largest artery in the body
    a)caroid
    b)aorta
    c)jugular
    d)talus
    Aorta
  48. There are ___ bones in wrist/carpus
    a)28
    b)5
    c)8
    d)14
    8
  49. "Fringe" is another term for bangs and in generally used to cover the area from
    a)outer corner of the eyes
    b)eyebrow arch
    c)from front of the ear
    d)inner corner of eyebrows
    Outer corner of the eyes
  50. When cutting hair with electric clippers the hair should be?
    a)damp
    b)dry
    c)wet
    d)cut with lotion
    dry
  51. Neutralizer used in permanent wave solution/ chemical hair relaxer is
    a)alkaline
    b)base
    c)neutral
    d)acid
    acid
  52. Round or circular in shape these bacteria mat appear singular or in groups
    a)cocci
    b)bacilli
    c)saprophytes
    d)parasites
    cocci
  53. A haircut using a 180 angle will have which of the following lengths
    a)longer interior, shorter exterior
    b)horizontal lines with longer interior
    c)shorter interior longer exterior
    d)none of the above
    Shorter interior, longer exterior
  54. Tapering has many different names which of the following is not a name for tapering?
    a)graduation
    b)shingling
    c)fading 
    d)blunt
    blunt
  55. Proper position for shampoo cape while shampooing a clients hair is
    a)over chair
    b)under the chair
    c)over for chemical service only
    d)clients comfort controls
    Over the chair
  56. For what type of skin are facial scrubs contra-indicated (not advisable)?
    a)oily
    b)dry
    c)acneic
    d)normal
    acneic
  57. When the palm of the hands/ finger tips are used in a rubbing motion this is called
    a)friction
    b)effleurage
    c)tapotement 
    d)petrissage
    friction
  58. Often referred to as "foundation of hairstyling"
    a)finger waves
    b)skip waves
    c)ridge curls
    d)roller sets
    finer waves
  59. Which of the following will remove greatest amount of hair?
    a)double notched shears
    b)single notched shears
    c)regular shears
    d)razor
    regular shears
  60. Approximate pH of permanent wave neutralizer is
    a)8.2-9.6
    b)6.5-7.5
    c)3-5
    d)none of the above
    3-5
  61. Which of the following would likely need to be melted prior to use
    a)clay
    b)mud
    c)wax
    d)none of the above
    mud
  62. Paraffin is
    a)clay
    b)wax
    c)mud
    d)none of the above
    wax
  63. You have lightened clients hair from a level 3 to a level 6 what is the underlying exposed warm pigment and what is the correct toner to create a neutral result
    a)orange/blue
    b)yellow/violet
    c)red/green
    d)none of the above
    orange/blue
  64. You have lightening your clients hair from level 5 to level 9 what is underlying exposed warm pigment and what is the correct toner to create a neutral result
    a)orange/blue
    b)yellow/violet
    c)red/green
    d)none of the above
    yellow/violet
  65. You have lightened you clients hair from level 5 to level 9 you then apply blue based toner what is the result
    a)green
    b)neutral
    c)blue
    d)none of the above
    green
  66. In scissor over comb tech. holding comb flat against head will result in?
    a)hair being shorter
    b)greater stylist comfort/less wrist tension
    c)more scalp visibility
    d)less scalp visibility /longer hair
    Less scalp visibility / longer hair
  67. Silking refers to
    a)relaxing hair with heat
    b)relaxing hair with a thio relaxer
    c)double pressing hair
    d)relaxing hair with a guanidine relaxer
    Relaxing hair with heat
  68. Approximate pH of an ammonium thioglycolate solution is
    a)2.5-5.5
    b)4.5-5.5
    c)8.2-9.6
    d)9.5-11.5
    8.2-9.6
  69. About 90% of scalp hair is in this stage/ phase at any given time
    a)anagen
    b)catagen
    c)telogen
    d)all of the above
    Anagen
  70. About 10% of scalp hair is in this stage/phase at any given time
    a)anagen
    b)catagen
    c)telogen
    d)all of the above
    telogen
  71. Although vellus and lanugo hair are similar vellus hair can be distinguished because
    a)vellus hair has pigment
    b)vellus hair has no pigment
    c)lanugo hair has no pigment
    d)none of the above
    vellus hair has no pigment
  72. A row of pin curls going in one direction beside a row going in the other direction
    a)skip waves
    b)ridge curls
    c)c shaping
    d)cascade curls
    skip waves
  73. Hair that we are primarily concerned with cutting is referred to as
    a)vellus hair
    b)terminus hair
    c)lanugo hair 
    d)terminal hair
    terminal hair
  74. Hair cut on an "angle" is also referred to as being cut
    a)blunt
    b)on a bias
    c)tapered
    d)graduated
    on a bias
  75. Which of the following design lines would be used to add weight / build weight line?
    a)vertical lines
    b)horizontal lines
    c)diagonal lines
    d)perpendicular lines
    horizontal lines
  76. Lanugo hair can easily distinguished from vellus hair because
    a)vellus hair is longer
    b)lanugo hair has no pigment
    c)lanugo hair has pigment
    d)vellus hair is only found on children
    Lanugo hair has pigment
  77. Primary distinction between vellus and lanugo hair is
    a)vellus hair has pigment and lanugo does not
    b)lanugo hair has pigment vellus does not
    c)vellus hair is only found on face
    d)lanugo hair eventually becomes terminal hair
    lanugo has pigment vellus does not
  78. Which of the following can be achieved with shears over comb tech.
    a)texturizing
    b)layering nape very close to skin
    c)height at crown
    d)long layers
    layering nape very close to skin
  79. Which type of haircut could be used to disguise a large chin and/or prominent jaw line?
    a)asymmetrical
    b)chin length bob
    c)tapered back and sides with a full crown
    d)shoulder length layers
    chin length bob
  80. When clipper cutting hair should be held in what relationship to the comb?
    a)at 90 degree angle to comb
    b)at 45 degree to comb
    c)in same position as comb 
    d)beneath comb
    In same position as comb
  81. This is widest portion of head, sometimes referred to as the "crest area"
    a)occipital
    b)procerus
    c)frontalis
    d)parietal
    Parietal
  82. Angle at which fingers are held during a haircut
    a)headline
    b)guideline
    c)frontline
    d)cutting line
    frontline
  83. In haircutting , elevation is used to create
    a)weight line
    b)control
    c)graduation
    d)movement
    graduation
  84. when cutting a bob, blunt cut, or solid form, most common cutting position is?
    a)palm down
    b)palm up
    c)palm to palm
    d)none of the above
    palm down
  85. Most commonly used elevations in hair cutting are?
    a)0 degree and 45 degree
    b)45 degree and 90 degree
    c)all of the above
    d)none of the above
    45 and 90 degree
  86. An angle below 90 degrees us use primarily to
    a)decrease weight
    b)build weight
    c)decrease movement
    d)increase movement
    build weight
  87. Angles above 90 degrees are used primarily
    a)remove weight
    b)add weight
    c)build weight
    d)both b and c
    remove weight
  88. Approximate pH of a cold wave is
    a)2.5-5.5
    b)4.5-5.5
    c)8.2-9.6
    d)9.5-11.5
    8.2-9.6
  89. Blunt cut is sometimes referred to as/ as a
    a)bob
    b)zero degree/ elevation
    c)one length/solid form
    d)all of the above
    all of the above
  90. In hair cutting area below above the parietal/crest is referred to as the
    a)exterior
    b)interior
    c)top
    d)none of the above
    interior
  91. In hair cutting area below the parietal/crest is referred to as the
    a)exterior
    b)interior
    c)top
    d)none of the above
    exterior
  92. In hair cutting, vertical lines will do all of the following except
    a)add weight
    b)remove weight
    c)be used with higher elevations
    d)be used in graduated layered cuts
    add weight
  93. Diagonal lines may be used in a haircut to accomplish all of the following except
    a)blend short layers
    b)used to create beveling 
    c)direct eye from side to side
    d)to create slating/sloping lines
    direct eye from side to side
  94. Beveling is a hair cutting technique used to create
    a)fullness by hair cutting the ends at a slight taper
    b)a term for angle cutting
    c)technique using single notched shears
    d)technique using double notched shears
    Fullness by hair cutting ends at a slight taper
  95. All of the following are true about guidelines except
    a)there are two basic guidelines, stationary and traveling
    b)may be located at interior or exterior cutting edge 
    c)They are usually the first section you cut, and determine length hair will be cut
    d)they are synonymous with cutting lines
    They are synonymous with cutting lines
  96. Which is not an intended consequence of using horizontal lines in hair cutting
    a)Removal of weight 
    b)building weight
    c)direct eye from side to side
    d)none of the above
    Removal of weight
  97. If your client wanted longer layers, what angles/degrees would you correctly use
    a)45 degrees
    b)a combo of 45 and 90 degree
    c)90 degree
    d)180 degree
    combo of 45 and 90 degree
  98. In graduated or layered haircut, most commonly used elevation is
    a)zero degrees
    b)45 degrees
    c)90 degrees
    d)180 degrees
    45 degrees
  99. Most commonly observed elevation in graduated or layered haircut is
    a)zero degrees
    b)45 degrees
    c)90 degrees
    d)180 degrees
    45 degrees
  100. Which angle/degree would create longest possible layers in a clients haircut?
    a)45 degrees
    b)combo of 45 degree and 90 degrees
    c)90 degrees
    d)180 degrees
    180 degrees
  101. Which angles/degrees would provide most movement and volume
    a)zero degrees 
    b)45 degrees
    c)90 degrees
    d)180 degrees
    180 degrees
  102. Over direction is a cutting technique that may be used in
    a)layered cut
    b)graduation cut
    c)length increase moving towards front
    d)all of the above
    all of the above
  103. In hair cutting horizontal lines are generally used to/for
    a)reduce weight 
    b)in graduated cut
    c)length increase moving towards front
    d)all of the above
    all of the above
  104. In blow drying and wet setting the use of over direction will create
    a)a firmer set
    b)tighter curl
    c)maximum volume
    d)none of the above
    maximum volume
  105. This type of guideline is used in blunt cutting/to create a gradual increase in length
    a)traveling
    b)stationary
    c)permanent
    d)temporary
    stationary
  106. Whether layers are different length or uniform this type of guideline is used primarily when creating layered/graduated designs
    a)traveling
    b)stationary
    c)permanent
    d)temporary
    traveling
  107. Checking hair in the opposite direction from that which it was cut
    a)cross cutting
    b)cross counselling
    c)four corners
    d)cross checking
    cross checking
  108. Main ingredient in most permanent wave neutralizers is
    a)sodium hydroxide
    b)guanindine
    c)hydrogen peroxide
    d)potassium hydroxide
    hydrogen peroxide
  109. Hydrogen peroxide is
    a)alkaline
    b)acid
    c)neutral
    d)none of the above
    acid
  110. Neutralizer for a permanent wave or a chemical hair relaxer is
    a)neutral
    b)alkaline
    c)acid
    d)sodium hydroxide
    acid
  111. When cutting diagonal lines the most common cutting position is
    a)palm down
    b)palm up
    c)palm to palm
    d)all of the above
    palm up
  112. In cutting very straight hair what degree of tension is recommended?
    a)medium tension
    b)minimum tension
    c)client comfort is determining factor
    d)maximum tension
    maximum tension
  113. The effect of effleurage movements would be
    a)energizing
    b)stimulating
    c)inspiring
    d)relaxing
    relaxing
  114. Medium pressure kneading or rolling motion is called
    a)friction
    b)effleurage
    c)tapotement
    d)petrissage
    petrissage
  115. A light, tapping movement applied with either hand or finger tip is called
    a)friction
    b)effleurage
    c)tapotement
    d)petrissage
    tapotement
  116. Anhidrosis
    a)excessive sweat
    b)foul smelling sweat
    c)inability to sweat
    d)none of the above
    inability to sweat
  117. Tapping motion applied with finger tips moving quickly across face
    a)friction
    b)effleurage
    c)tapotement
    d)petrissage
    tapotement
  118. Stimulating brisk shaking movement done with fingertips is called
    a)friction
    b)effleurage
    c)tapotment
    d)vibration
    vibration
  119. Approximately 12% of sunlight is comprised of
    a)visible light
    b)ultra violet
    c)low spectrum 
    d)high spectrum
    visible light
  120. Approximately 80%of sunlight is comprised of
    a)infra red
    b)ultra violet
    c)visible light
    d)high spectrum
    Infra red
  121. With both chemical and germicidal effects. white and blue lights are considered
    a)tanning lights
    b)good for opening pores
    c)penetrating
    d)non-penetrating
    penetrating
  122. A sudden elevation or increase in amount of sweat produced is referred to as
    a)Bromhidrosis
    b)Hyperhidrosis
    c)anhindrosis
    d)pityriosis
    hyperhidrosis
  123. Excessively foul smelling sweat is called
    a)bromidrosis
    b)anhidrosis
    c)pityriosis
    d)nevus flameus
    bromhidrosis
  124. Bromhidrosis
    a)foul smelling sweat
    b)inability to sweat
    c)excessive sweating
    d)sweating of hands and feet
    Foul smelling sweat
  125. Technical name for skin is
    a)epidermis
    b)leucoderma
    c)derma
    d)stratum cornium
    derma
  126. Fatty layer of skin that creates softness and suppleness is called
    a)subcutaneous/adipose
    b)stratum germinitivum
    c)epidermis
    d)stratum lucidum
    subcutaneous/adipose
  127. Thinnest skin is found on the
    a)palms of the hands and soles of feet
    b)neck
    c)eyelids
    d)lips
    eyelids
  128. A congenital defect wherein skin is unable to produce melanin is referred to as
    a)chloasma
    b)albinism
    c)hypokertosis
    d)nevus flameus
    Albinism
  129. Hypo(low)-pigmentation of skin caused by a decrease in melanocyte activity
    a)hypokeratosis
    b)psoriasis
    c)leucoderma
    d)chloasma
    leucoderma
  130. What is the largest organ of the body
    a)brain
    b)heart
    c)dermis
    d)stomach
    dermis
  131. Sudoriferous glands are also known as
    a)sweat glands
    b)oil glands
    c)papillary glands
    d)none of the above
    sweat glands
  132. Irregular shaped patches of skin depigmentation 
    a)eczema
    b)vitiligo
    c)chloasma
    d)lentignes
    vitiligo
  133. Sebaceous glands produce
    a)sweat
    b)oil
    c)sweat and oil
    d)pheromones
    oil
  134. Sudoriferous glands produce
    a)sweet
    b)oil
    c)sweat and oil
    d)sweat
    sweat
  135. Sudoriferous glands function to
    a)regular waste
    b)regulate temperature
    c)provide lubrication for skin
    d)produce pheromones
    regulate tempertature
  136. Another name for a birthmark is 
    a)vitiligo 
    b)milia rubra
    c)nevus flameus
    d)miasma
    nevus flameus
  137. An overactive sebaceous gland would produce 
    a)excessive sweating
    b)especially foul smelling sweat
    c)dry skin
    d)oily skin
    oily skin
  138. Technical term for blackhead is
    a)milia
    b)comedone
    c)chloasma
    d)osmidrosis
    osmidrosis
  139. Milia are most commonly referred to as 
    a)white heads
    b)black heads
    c)carbuncles
    d)verrucas
    White heads
  140. Congenital defect such as causes Albinism is one that
    a)You contract
    b)you are born with
    c)develops over time/ contact dermatitis
    d)is contaginos
    Is contaginos
  141. Small, pus filled abscess is referred to as a
    a)weal
    b)boil
    c)verruca
    d)carbuncle
    boil
  142. Technical name for a boil is a
    a)weal 
    b)keloid
    c)furuncle
    d)verruca
    furuncle
  143. For a waxing procedure to be most successful hair should be how long
    a)1/8-1/4 in
    b)1/4-1/2 in
    c)1/2-1 in
    d)more than 1 in.
    1/4-1/2 in
  144. Leukoderma refers to
    a)white patches on skin
    b)brown patches on skin
    c)scaly red patches on skin
    d)clusters of flat brown irregular skin blotches
    White patches on skin
  145. Often referred to as the Adam's apple the actual name for this bone is the
    a)clavicle
    b)thorax
    c)hyoid
    d)sternum
    hyoid
  146. Name of protein making up your skin hair and nails
    a)leukocytes
    b)melanocytes
    c)dermis
    d)keratin
    keratin
  147. An area of thickened skin
    a)callus/keratoma
    b)chloasma
    c)freckles
    d)lentigenes
    callus/keratoma
  148. Group of brownish spots, without elevation occurring in one spot is called
    a)neavus flameus
    b)milia rubra
    c)birthmarks
    d)chloasma
    chloasma
  149. Patchy brown skin discoloration often the result of hormonal changes/pregnancy
    a)miasma
    b)chloasma
    c)milia rubra
    d)freckles
    chloasma
  150. Swollen lesion usually lasting only a few hours often caused by an insect bite
    a)carbuncle
    b)wheal
    c)naves flameus
    d)lesions
    wheal
  151. Contagious pus filled abcess generally caused by bacterial infection
    a)weal 
    b)carbuncle
    c)verruca
    d)furuncle
    furuncle
  152. Comedone extractor would be used to treat
    a)white heads
    b)warts
    c)boils
    d)black heads
    black heads
  153. Temporary hair removal technique producing results similar to waxing
    a)laser hair removal
    b)tweezing
    c)electronic tweezing
    d)sugaring
    sugaring
  154. Only permanent hair removal technique
    a)laser hair removal
    b)electrolysis
    c)electronic tweezing
    d)epilating
    electrolysis
  155. What type of test should be conducted prior to any waxing or exfoliation procedure
    a)elasticity test
    b)porosity test
    c)strand test
    d)predisposition test
    predisposition test
  156. If dermatologist says you have verrucas you have
    a)lesions
    b)wrinkles
    c)warts
    d)acne pimples
    warts
  157. Pityriasis capitis can result from extreme changes in temperature, as contact reaction to certain skin and hair products or as an allergic reaction to certain foods it can be oily or dry and is commonly known as
    a)dermatitis
    b)psoriasis
    c)lice
    d)dandruff
    dandruff

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