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  1. Epidermis is the
    a)fatty layer of skin 
    b)true skin
    c)subcutaneous layer of skin
    d)top or outermost layer of skin
    top or outermost layer of skin
  2. Study of microscopic anatomy of plant and animal cells including their structure and function is know as
    a)dermatology
    b)histology
    c)cosmetology
    d)osteology
    histology
  3. Responsible for maintaining bodies internal temperature
    a)sebaceous gland
    b)sudoriferous glands
    c)pituitary glands
    d)mucosum glands
    sudoriferous gland
  4. Integumentary system refers to
    a)skin and its appendages
    b)sebaceous and sudoriferous glands
    c)circulatory system
    d)skin its appendages and accessory organs
    skin and its appendages
  5. Serve to waterproof cushion excrete waste and regulate body's temperature
    a)Sebaceous and sudoriferous gland
    b)circulatory system
    c)integumentary system
    d)pulmonary system
    pulmonary system
  6. Exfoliating creams usually have a pH at what range
    a)3.5-5.5
    b)acid
    c)neutral
    d)alkaline
    alkaline
  7. pH range of human skin is between
    a)3.5-4.5
    b)4.5-5.5
    c)5.5-6.5
    d)7.5-8.5
    4.5-5.5
  8. All exfoliation techniques do essentially the same thing
    a)increase circulation
    b)remove skin tissue
    c)clean pores
    d)decrease circulation
    remove skin tissue
  9. Which government agency regulates cosmetics in the U.S
    a)EPA
    b)FDA
    c)USPS
    d)OSHA
    FDA
  10. Which agency regulates and approves efficacy of products used for infection control
    a)epa
    b)fda
    c)usp
    d)osha
    epa
  11. Which government agency enforces health and safety standards in the workplace
    a)epa
    b)fda
    c)usp
    d)osha
    osha
  12. Which of the following agencies is responsible for approval of disinfectant solutions
    a)fda
    b)bureau of barbering and cosmetology
    c)state board
    d)epa
    EPA (environmental protection agency)
  13. Function of medulla is
    a)increase tensile strength of hair
    b)has no function
    c)contains hair coloring melanin
    d)no known function
    has no known function
  14. If papilla of hair is destroyed what will happen
    a)hair will will not grow until papilla regenerates
    b)hair will never grow again
    c)hair will become "beaded
    d)hair will turn
    hair will never grow again
  15. How far can wet hair be safely stretched without causing damage or breakage
    a)100%
    b)40-50%
    c)10%
    d)60-80%
    40-50%
  16. How far can dry hair be safely stretched without causing damage or breakage
    a)50%
    b)20%
    c)100%
    d)10%
    20%
  17. term for baldness
    a)alopecia areta
    b)alopecia universalis
    c)alopecia
    d)alopecia premature
    alopecia
  18. Term for baldness in patches usually results of illness or injury
    a)alopecia areata
    b)alopecia universsalis
    c)alopecia
    d)alopecia premature
    alopecia areata
  19. All permanent chemical changes to hair occur in 
    a)cuticle
    b)medulla
    c)papilla
    d)cortex
    cortex
  20. To cause permanent changes in hair a product must reach what layer
    a)cuticle
    b)medulla
    c)papilla
    d)cortex
    cortex
  21. Which of the following terms refers to hair elasticity
    a)texture
    b)tensile
    c)density
    d)porosity
    tensile
  22. Amphoteric means that a product may react
    a)as an acid
    b)as a base
    c)as an alkaline
    d)as an acid or alkaline
    as acid or alkaline
  23. Because hair may react as either an acid or a base it is considered to be
    a)unpredictable
    b)neutral
    c)polymorphic
    d)amphoteric
    amphoteric
  24. Growth pattern of hair is determined by
    a)papilla 
    b)root
    c)follicle
    d)bulb
    follicle
  25. Term for baldness which occurs over entire body
    a)alopecia areata
    b)alopecia universalis
    c)alopecia
    d)alopecia premature
    alopecia universalis
  26. Study of hair is
    a)histology
    b)tricology
    c)cosmetology
    d)podiatry
    tricology
  27. Amount of moisture cuticle can absorb is referred to as 
    a)elasticity
    b)density
    c)porosity
    d)capilli
    porosity
  28. Which of the following terms refers to hairs strength
    a)texture
    b)tensile
    b)density
    d)porosity
    tensile
  29. Porosity refers to 
    a)how far piece of dry hair can be stretched 
    b)how far a piece of wet hair can be stretched 
    c)amount of moisture hair can absorb
    d)tensile strength oh hair
    amount of moisture hair can absorb
  30. leukocytes are
    a)white spots under nails
    b)latin term  for freckles
    c)white blood cells
    d)red blood cells
    white blood cells
  31. Term barba refers to
    a)hair of beard
    b)eyelashes
    c)hair of eyebrows
    d)excessive hair growth
    hair of beard
  32. Capilli refers to
    a)beard hair
    b)vellus hair
    c)facial hair
    d)canitites
    capilli
  33. Any disease of hair is called
    a)onychia
    b)monilethrix
    c)tricology
    d)trichosis
    trichosis
  34. hair of scalp referred to as
    a)barba
    b)cilia
    c)capilli 
    d)canities
    capilli
  35. Ringworm of scalp referred to as
    a)tinea
    b)tinea pedis
    c)tinea capitis
    d)tinea rubra
    tinea capitis
  36. In hair cut vertical lines dal all except
    a)add weight
    b)remove weight
    c)be used with higher elevations
    d)be sued in graduated or layered cuts
    add weight
  37. Structure located at bottom of follicle is aka
    a)oil gland
    b)sebaceous gland
    c)hair bulb
    d)arrector pili
    arrector pili
  38. Lanugo hair does not have which of the following
    a)oil gland
    b)medulla
    c)hair bumb
    d)pigment
    medulla
  39. Hair is pigmented quite fine and can often be found all over body
    a)terminal
    b)lanugo
    c)barba
    d)vellus
    lanugo
  40. 3 layers/ parts of hair shaft which is most inner layer
    a)cortex
    b)medulla
    c)cuticle
    d)terminus
    medulla
  41. 3 layers of hair shaft which is most outer layer
    a)cortex
    b)medulla
    c)cuticle
    d)terminus
    cuticle
  42. 3 layers of hair shaft which is middle layer
    a)cortex
    b)medulla
    c)cuticle
    d)terminus
    cortex
  43. Erythrocytes are
    a)white spots under nail
    b)latin term for freckles
    c)white blood cells
    d)red blood cells
    red blood cells
  44. In which part of hair shaft do all chemical reactions occur
    a)cortex
    b)medulla
    c)cuticle
    d)terminus
    cortex
  45. Hair thickness can mean diff things to different people, for state board which of the following refers to actual number of hair's on person's head
    a)thickness
    b)diameter
    c)density
    d)elasticity
    diameter
  46. Which of the following refers to actual size of hairs on person's head
    a)thickness
    b)diameter
    c)density
    d)calibration
    thickness
  47. Texture refers to 
    a)porosity
    b)thickness
    c)diameter
    d)elasticity
    diameter
  48. Which 2 layers of hair shaft are responsible for diameter of a hairs shaft
    a)medulla and cuticle
    b)medulla and cortex
    c)cortex and cuticle
    d)cuticle and cortex
    medulla and cortex
  49. If medulla is absent from an individual's hair the person would have
    a)greater diameter
    b)lesser diameter
    c)greater density 
    d)lesser density
    lesser diameter
  50. Diameter refers to actual size of each hair it can influence 
    a)hair texture
    b)hair elasticity
    c)hair density
    d)hair porosity
    hair texture
  51. Hair is unpigmented fine and can be found all over body
    a)terminal
    b)lanugo
    c)barba
    d)vellus
    vellus
  52. Hair is thicker more pigmented found on scalp face and extremities
    a)lanugo
    b)terminal
    c)barba
    d)vellus
    terminal
  53. lanugo hair can be distinguished from vellus because 
    a)lanugo is only located on scalp
    b)vellus hair is finer
    c)lanugo hair is more coarse
    d)lanugo has pigment
    lanugo has pigment
  54. What is technical name for eyelashes and eyebrows
    a)barba and cilia
    b)cilia and supercilia
    c)supercilia and cilia
    d)barba and super cilia
    cilia and supercilia
  55. How many hair follicles does average person have on their head
    a)100,000
    b)200,000
    c)150,000-200,000
    d)2,000 per sq in
    100,000
  56. bone forms back/rear most portion of skull
    a)parietal
    b)occipital
    c)posterior
    d)procerus
    occipital
  57. What is average rate of daily hair loss
    a)50-75 hairs per day
    b)100-150 
    c)150-25
    d)25-50
    50-75
  58. Contraction of the arrector pile muscle causes which of the following
    a)rapid heart rate
    b)a cold sweat
    c)elevation of hair follicle
    d)shivering
    elevation of hair follicle
  59. Soft fine broken hair may appear beaded
    a)trichorrhexis
    b)monilethrix
    c)onychophagy
    d)onychia
    monilethrix
  60. Approximate pH of an acid balanced permanent wave is
    a)6.9-7.2
    b)4.5-7.9
    c)4.5-6.5
    d)8.2-9.6
    4.5-6.5
  61. Approximate pH of an acid permanent wave
    a)6.5-7.5
    b)4.5-7.9
    c)4.5-6.5
    d)8.2-9.6
    4.5-6.5
  62. In salon industry work tool refers to 
    a)perm rod
    b)any piece of electrical equipment
    c)foolish person
    d)curling and flat irons
    perm rod
  63. Alkaline permanent waves should be wrapped
    a)with firm even tension
    b)without tension
    c)overdirected 
    d)underdirected
    without tension
  64. Acid permanent waves should be wrapped 
    a)with firm even tension
    b)without tension
    c)overdirected
    d)underdirected
    with firm tension
  65. Tiny cup shaped pit buried within the fatty layer of scalp
    a)papilla
    b)hair bulb
    c)follicle
    d)arrector pili
    papilla
  66. Lowest portion of the hair shaft fits like a cup over the papilla
    a)follicle
    b)hair bulb
    c)arrector pili
    d)sebaceous gland
    hair bulb
  67. Projection of dermis surrounded by small cap like structure referred to as the
    a)arrector pili
    b)papilla
    c)follicle
    d)bulb
    papilla
  68. Which of the following is not true of the hair bulb
    a)lowest part of hair strand
    b)club shaped structure
    c)determines shape of hair shaft
    d)covers dermal papilla
    determines shape of hair shaft
  69. Found at base of hair follicle
    a)hair bulb
    b)papilla
    c)arrector pili
    d)sebaceous gland
    papilla
  70. Muscle causes goose bumps whenever there is a sudden temperature change
    a)zygomaticus major
    b)procerus
    c)arrector pili
    d)zygomaticus minor
    arrector pili
  71. Which is not one of the stages in life of a piece of hair
    a)anagen
    b)catagen
    c)canities
    d)telogen
    canitites
  72. Primary growth stage of hair 
    a)anagen
    b)catagen
    c)canities
    d)telogen
    anagen
  73. Active growth phase of hair
    a)anagen
    b)catagen
    c)canities
    d)teleogen
    anagen
  74. Anagen active or primary phase of hair follicle growth is thought to last between
    a)1-2 years
    b)2-4 years
    c)4-6 years
    d)2-6 years
    2-6 years
  75. During anagen phase of hair follicle hair growa
    a)1/4" per mnth
    b)1/2" per month
    c)3/4" per month
    d)1 " per month
    1/2" per month
  76. This stage is often referred to as the transition stage
    a)anagen
    b)catagen
    c)terminal
    d)telogen
    catagen
  77. Catagen stage of hair growth is thought to last approximately how long
    a)1-4 weeks
    b)2-3 weeks
    c)3-6 months
    d)as long as 1 year
    2-3 weeks
  78. During this stage of hair growth a club hair will be formed
    a)catagen
    b)anagen
    c)telogen
    d)active
    catagen
  79. Formation of this type of hair signals end of catagen stage of hair growth
    a)terminal hair
    b)club hair
    c)vellus hair
    d)lanugo hair
    club hair
  80. Active and primary are terms associated with what stage of the hairs growth cycle
    a)anagen
    b)catagen
    c)terminen
    d)telogen
    anagen
  81. Phase in life of hair often referred to as the resting phase
    a)catagen
    b)dormant
    c)telogen
    d)anagen
    telogen
  82. Catogen stage signal end of
    a)hair follicles life span
    b)active growing stage
    c)first stage of hair growth
    d)beginning of terminal hair growth
    active growing stage
  83. Telogen state of hair follicle growth lasts approximately how long
    a)1 to 3 months
    b)90 days
    c)180 days
    d)3 to 6 months
    3 to 6 months
  84. What is typically the longest stage in hair follicle growth cycle
    a)anagen
    b)terminus
    c)catagen
    d)telogen
    anagen
  85. In average person what percent of hair is in the anagen stage at any given time
    a)50%
    b)33.3%
    c)75%
    d)90%
    90%
  86. In average person what is most of the hair at any given point in time
    a)anagen
    b)resting
    c)transitonal
    d)catagen
    anagen
  87. Secondary stage during which hair growth slows down
    a)anagen
    b)catagen
    c)transitional
    d)catagen
    catagen
  88. Telogen stage is also known as the
    a)resting/dormant
    b)transitional stage
    c)active/ growth
    d)terminal stage
    resting/dormant stage
  89. How much would you expect the hair of an average person to grow within 1 year
    a)12"
    b)9"
    c)6"
    d)3"
    6"
  90. Often referred to as the resting phase of hair growth
    a)anagen
    b)catagen
    c)canities
    d)telogen
    telogen

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