44 Multiple choice questions
- Most human hair used for hair extensions is imported from which part of the world?
- What is the practice of overlapping two strands to form a candy cane effect?
- What is a characteristic of Kanekalon?
two-stranded braid in which hair is picked up from the sides and added
to the strands as they are crossed over each other.
- A _______ is recommended for lifting and separating textured hair.
a technique in which the left section goes under the middle strand,
then the right section goes under the middle strand.
- What is recommended for a client with a square face?
- A finishing comb is usually ______ in length.
- What is a tool that separates the hair as it combs, and is recommended for detangling wet curly hair?
- Which brush is recommended for scalp stimulation and removal of dirt and lint from locks?
- A _______ is used to dry hair without disturbing the finished look and without dehydrating the hair.
- What is the flat leather pad with very close, fine teeth used to sandwich human hair extensions?
- During the first developmental phase of locks, the hair coil ________.
performing a braiding service, it is recommended that you use _______
to create shapes and finished looks, and to trim bangs and excess
- separate networks of curly, textured hair that have been intertwined and meshed together.
- The ______ method involves applying extensions to cornrows by building the braid up strand by strand.
braids or individual braids"; free-hanging braids, with or without
extensions, that can be executed using either an underhand or an
- During which developmental phase of locks can a bulb be felt at the end of each lock?
- Blowdrying does NOT ________.
- What is NOT a basic method of locking?
- When curly hair is braided wet, it _______ as it dries.
- The fishtail braid is best done on ________.
- A _______braid is created using a three-strand underhand braid technique where strands are woven under the center strand.
- What is the most important feature of the wide-toothed comb?
- During which developmental phase of locks does the hair begin to regain length?
- Single braids can move ________.
- Three-strand braid that is created using an underhand technique.
- Overlapping two strands to form a candy cane effect.
; narrow rows of visible braids that lie close to the scalp and are
created with a three-strand, on-the-scalp braiding technique.
- In some African tribes, different styles of braiding indicated what?
- Which type of brush is recommended for releasing tangles, knots, and snarls in short, textured hair and long, straight hair?
_______is a free-hanging braid with or without an extension that can be
executed using either an underhand or an overhand technique.
- Extensions for single braids are integrated into natural hair using the _______.
is a tool used for cutting small sections, and should only be used
after the hair is softened and elongated with a blowdryer?
- The _____ face is a too-long oval and requires a style with more width at the sides.
- What is the benefit of mixing yak hair with human hair?
- "inverted braid or french braid"; a three-strand braid that is produced with an overhand technique.
- How long does a tree braiding service take?
- Hairstyling that uses no chemicals or dyes and does not alter the natural curl or coil pattern of the hair.
- A technique in which the first side section goes over the middle one, then the other side section goes over the middle strand.
- Interweaving a weft or faux hair with natural hair.
- What is a braid created with two strands that are twisted around each other?
- Braid created with two strands that are twisted around each other.
- What are separate networks of curly, textured hair that have been intertwined and meshed together?