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  1. Small brown or flesh-colored outgrowth of the skin
  2. Visible depressions running the width of the natural nail plate
  3. Causing tiny unseen openings in the skin that can allow entry by pathogenic microbes
  4. telangiectasis
  5. What helps the body break down food and protect if against infections?
  6. ingredients that attract water and emolients
  7. Intrinsic skin-aging factors
  8. How many of the 20 amino acids that make up the hair can your body produce?
  9. Bone located at the nape
  10. What kind of motility do cocci have?
  11. What kinda of light can be applied to acne prone skin?
  12. 3 different types of side bonds
  13. Rapid oxidation of a substance, accompanied by the production of heat and light
  14. Rays of the sun cause how much aging?
  15. Having an attraction for water
  16. Protective layer of hair
  17. Clogged pore with hardened sebum
  18. Ringworm
  19. Mutually soluble liquids, can be mixed together to form a stable substance
  20. Colorless jelly-like substance found inside cells
  21. A razor should not be used on
  22. Invasion of body tissues by disease-causing pathogens
  23. An atom or molecule that carries and electrical charge
  24. 3 growth phases of hair
  25. Greek word for hair
  26. Study of substances that do not contain the element carbon, but may contain hydrogen
  27. Keratin
  28. Inner bone of forearm; located on the side of the little finger
  29. Light abnormal skin patches; caused by a burn or congenital disease that destroys the pigment-producing cells
  30. Cells that produce the dark skin pigment called melanin
  31. Center layer of hair
  32. Tools used to perform your services either reusable or disposable
  33. Cheekbones
  34. Building renovations and business codes are regulated by
  35. small sesame seed, commonly found on babies
  36. An important technique to use when making pin curls is
  37. What fungus that causes dandruff
  38. Substances that allow oil and water to mix, or emulsify, surface active agent
  39. Who discovered high-frequency current
  40. How massage of the muscle is directed
  41. What can lead to ingrown nails
  42. The separation of an atom or molecule into positive and negative ions
  43. The most common reducing agent used in permanent wave solutions
  44. What is the cause of Rosacea?
  45. Round-shaped bacteria that appear singly or in a group
  46. What causes bruised nails
  47. What layer of skin is visible?
  48. Which bond is altered in permanent waving and hair relaxers
  49. Thick scar resulting from excessive growth of fibrous tissue
  50. Excessive growth or cover of hair especially on women
  51. When you are creating ---, you use a traveling guide, with no overdirection, to create the same length throughout the haricut
  52. What is quaternary ammonium compound (QUATS)?
  53. Main arteries that supply blood to the head, face, and neck
  54. When taking a test, ----- options known to be incorrect, is a deductive reasoning strategy
  55. If you are going to custom-color a human hair wig, you should use hair that has been
  56. Lifting of the nail plate, but does NOT shed
  57. When listening to a client's complaint, it is important to avoid
  58. When did people start making soaps?
  59. Who regulate and enforce safety and health standards to protect employees in the work place?
  60. Sodium Chloride
  61. Fibrous protein cor formed by elongated cells that contain melanin pigment is...
  62. Middle layer of hair
  63. Electric vaporizing irons should not be used on pressed hair because they cause the hair to
  64. Microscopic Anatomy is also known as....
  65. Insertion is the part of the muscle --- to the skeleton
  66. The ability of the hair to stretch and return to its original length without breaking
  67. Where do you find the nerve endings for the sense of touch?
  68. The way the hair grows
  69. How many times thicker is the dermis layer of skin than the epidermis?
  70. What are the two layers in the dermis?
  71. What is the negative electrode called in a Galvanic machine
  72. Abnormal hair loss is called
  73. Main food source for acne bacteria
  74. Condition in which the living skin around the nail plate splits and tears, agnail
  75. Allergic reaction created by repeated exposure to a chemical or substance
  76. The top of the papillary layer where it joins with the epidermis is called...
  77. After completing a tweezing procedure, sponge the eyebrows and surrounding area with
  78. How much protein does melanin give?
  79. The average adult skin weighs....
  80. when cells of living organisms carry out activities
  81. Large protruding pocket-like lesion filled with sebum
  82. Kneading movement
  83. Muscles that separate the fingers
  84. most common and least severe type of skin cancer
  85. Cooling and drying hair reformed what bond?
  86. Resting phase of hair growth
  87. What substances does air contain?
  88. the growth of an unusual amount of hair on parts of the body normally bearing down hair
  89. Having an attraction for fat or oils
  90. Abnormal, brown-colored or wine-colored skin discoloration
  91. Unstable physical mixture of two or more immiscible substances
  92. Another name for Acne vulgairs
  93. What do state agencies regulate
  94. In order to avoid strain on your body when standing for long periods, condsider
  95. Bitten Nails
  96. Thin walled blood vessles
  97. Process of softening and emulsifying hardened sebum stuck in the hair follicles
  98. Brittle Hair
  99. Part of the hair located below the surface of the epidermis
  100. An inflammation of skin cause by having contact with certain chemicals or substances
  101. Autonomic reaction to a stimulus that involves movement of an impulse
  102. Caused by minor injury to the nail matrix
  103. Long bone that forms the leg above the knee
  104. Using soap and water to remove all visible dirt, debris, and many germs
  105. A visual line in the haircut where ends of the hair hang together
  106. The only service you may be allowed to perform for a client with nail fungus is to
  107. The process that completely destroys all microbial life, including spores
  108. How long should you wash your hands for?
  109. What are pigment cells called
  110. Free edge pinches the sidewalls into a deep curve, pincer nail
  111. Fatty tissue is found where?
  112. How is density of hair measured?
  113. The most common neutralizer is?
  114. Binds together, protects and supports various parts of the body
  115. The haircolor category that is considered semipermanent
  116. Orbicularis oculi
  117. Carry impulses from the brain to the muscles
  118. The parts of the muscle
  119. An important function of bones is
  120. Caused by physical trauma or injury to the nail bed that damages the capillaries and allows small amounts of blood flow
  121. a parasitic submicroscopic particle that infects and resides in cells of biological organisms
  122. The ability of the hair to absorb water
  123. What is found in the center of the cell
  124. Nails that are thin, white, and flexible
  125. Vellus is the short, fine, downy hair also known as...
  126. Innermost layer of hair
  127. Pimple; small elevation on the skin that contains no fluid but may develop pus
  128. How many naturally occurring elements are there?
  129. Using galvanic current to enable water-soluble products that contains ions to penetrate the skin
  130. How many bones are in the face?
  131. The best method when dealing with difficult clients is to...
  132. Calluses on the feet
  133. What causes scabies?
  134. Sodium Hypochlorite
  135. The separation and falling off of a nail plate from the nail bed
  136. An alternating and interrupted current used to cause muscular contractions is the
  137. Temporary hair loss experienced at the end of pregnancy
  138. The amount of pressure applied when combing and holding a subsection created by stretching or pulling the subsection
  139. What causes AIDS?
  140. when cells of living organisms are nourished
  141. Red to yellow in color
  142. Ingrown nails; nails that grow into the sides of living tissue around the nail
  143. Define dermatology
  144. The study of the structure, function, and pathology of the nervous system
  145. If you have treated a client's hair with a hydroxide relaxer, it cannot be treated with
  146. Hair, nails, sudoriferous and sebaceous glands are what?
  147. Conjunctivitis
  148. Strongest facial bone
  149. Releases secretion of hormones directly into the bloodsream
  150. The invisible rays that produce the most heat are the
  151. What causes hyper-pigmentation?
  152. Fatty, oily substance
  153. Deep rubbing movement
  154. Distended capillaries cause by weakening of the capillary walls
  155. Statues
  156. How much of the body is made up of water
  157. Promotes healing of the skin; enables the body to properly absorb and use calcium
  158. Lines that are used to remove weight in layered haircuts
  159. The deepest layer of the epidermis
  160. The largest organ of the body
  161. Outermost layer of the hair; provides a barrier that protects the inner strength
  162. Study of hair
  163. too much cuticle remover can cause
  164. Open lesion on the skin or mucous membrane of the body; loss of skin depth and fluids or pus
  165. What is the highest point on top of the head
  166. Collagen
  167. What are ridges that are vertical down the natural nail caused by
  168. Is skin naturally acidic or alkaline?
  169. How many years of college education do a person need to become a dermatologist?
  170. The removal of hair by means of an electric current
  171. The particles from which all matter is composed are
  172. Short, rod- shaped bacteria, most common bacteria
  173. The shape of the hair strand; straight, wavy, curly, extra curly
  174. One of four principal nerves of the arm and the hand that supplies the fingers is the
  175. Dermal papillae
  176. Design lines
  177. What type of growth pattern stands straight up
  178. Tinea, or ringworm, is caused by
  179. Fungal infection of the natural nail plate
  180. pH
  181. oily or fatty ingredients that prevent moisture from leaving the skin
  182. Amino acids, peptide bonds, polypeptide bonds, keratin proteins
  183. an abnormal cell mass that varies in size, shape, and color
  184. Piles of material on the skin surface
  185. The list of services that you are legally allowed to perform in your specialty in your state
  186. What is an element?
  187. partly inherited and partly developed
  188. pityriasis
  189. The barber pole, symbol of the barber-surgeon, has its roots in the early practice of
  190. The nail bed and matrix bed are attacked to the underlying bone by
  191. Microscopic plant and parasites, can produce contagious diseases; mold, mildew, and yeast
  192. What kind of emulsion are cold creams?
  193. Spiral or corkscrew- shaped baceria
  194. Study of the functions of the body's sturcture
  195. To minimize wide-set eyes and make them appear closer, it is best to
  196. Long coiled, complex polypeptides made of amino acides
  197. Ethyl alcohol
  198. Fresh disinfectant solution for implements should be prepared
  199. Forms over a wound or blemish while it is healing
  200. A chemical reaction in which the oxidizing agent is reduced and the reducing agent is oxidized
  201. Before using a toner, you must achieve the proper
  202. Various poisonous substances produced by some microorganisms
  203. A birthmark is also known as a
  204. When a dipilatory is applied, the hair expands and the
  205. immunity the body develops from a disease, through vaccinations or through exposure to allergens
  206. A sweet, colorless, oily substance used as a moisturizer in skin and body creams
  207. Middle part of the muscle
  208. Hydroxide relaxers change the disulfide bonds into ---- bonds
  209. the division of bacteria cells into 2 new cells called daughter cells
  210. Outermost layer and thinnest layer of skin
  211. The study of the muscles
  212. Whitehead
  213. Large blister containing a water fluid
  214. Hypertrophy of the papillae and epidermis
  215. Uppermost bone in the arm, largest bone that extends from elbow to shoulder
  216. Elastin
  217. The protoplasm of a cell that surrounds the nucleus is the....
  218. A blood borne virus tat causes disease and can damage the liver
  219. Skin sore or abrasion produced by scratching or scraping
  220. Where and how hair is moved over the head
  1. a Spirilla
  2. b Fagilitas Crinium
  3. c extend eyebrow lines to inside corners of eyes
  4. d Papillary and reticular
  5. e Telogen
  6. f producing red and white blood cells
  7. g Hair stream
  8. h bloodletting
  9. i Stratum germinativium
  10. j the cortex
  11. k Acne
  12. l Laws
  13. m placing one foot on a stool
  14. n Belly
  15. o Pheomelanin
  16. p Trichos
  17. q Building blocks of the hair
  18. r soft curl permanents
  19. s Ionization
  20. t Wave pattern
  21. u lanthiomine
  22. v Friction
  23. w mandible
  24. x Fatty acids
  25. y astringent
  26. z nevus
  27. aa Secondary Skin Lesions
  28. ab offer to remedy the situation
  29. ac Mycology
  30. ad disulfide bonds break
  31. ae tumor
  32. af milia
  33. ag Hepatitis
  34. ah Onychocryptosis
  35. ai acquired immunity
  36. aj Neurology
  37. ak sebum
  38. al Nitrogen, carbon dioxide, water vapor
  39. am Sun exposure or hormone imbalances
  40. an decolorized or bleached
  41. ao Femur
  42. ap Apex
  43. aq Humerus
  44. ar Stratum corneum
  45. as Lipophilic
  46. at Malassizia
  47. au Splinter Hemorrhages
  48. av daily
  49. aw emulsion
  50. ax Porosity
  51. ay Luekoderma
  52. az hypertrichosis
  53. ba Elasticity
  54. bb Potential Hydrogen
  55. bc Miscible substance
  56. bd Origin, belly, insertion
  57. be Parasite called a mite
  58. bf Skin tag
  59. bg return to its natural curly state
  60. bh abductors
  61. bi Contact dermatitis
  62. bj Inorganic Chemistry
  63. bk Distribution
  64. bl Redox
  65. bm Cortex
  66. bn 80-85%
  67. bo onychorrhexis
  68. bp Plicatured nails
  69. bq interrupting
  70. br Sensitization
  71. bs Cowlick
  72. bt Proteins
  73. bu The study of skin
  74. bv Reflex
  75. bw leukonychia spots
  76. bx a closed comedo
  77. by Connective tissue
  78. bz pink eye
  79. ca Microtrauma
  80. cb petrissage
  81. cc binary fission
  82. cd Ulna
  83. ce faradic current
  84. cf 6-9lbs
  85. cg Desincrustation
  86. ch Eggshell nails
  87. ci Simplest form of a chemical component
  88. cj Tinea
  89. ck Scope of practice
  90. cl very little
  91. cm emolients
  92. cn foundation
  93. co Cytoplasm
  94. cp Oychophagy
  95. cq Hydrogen bond
  96. cr infrared rays
  97. cs electorlisis
  98. ct Non-pathogenic bacteria
  99. cu digital nerve
  100. cv Sebaceous Cyst
  101. cw Subcutaneous tissue
  102. cx Trumpet nail
  103. cy The number of individual hair stands in one square inch
  104. cz Implements
  105. da Veins
  106. db Hangnail
  107. dc Nikolas Tesla
  108. dd Excoriation
  109. de Vitamin D
  110. df surfactants
  111. dg Anagen, Catagen, Telogen
  112. dh HIV
  113. di virus
  114. dj Scab
  115. dk anabolism
  116. dl Beau's lines
  117. dm 25
  118. dn dilated capillaires
  119. do Physiology
  120. dp requires a patch test
  121. dq Histology
  122. dr catabolism
  123. ds medula
  124. dt Sensory nerve fibers
  125. du Volatile organic compound in hairspray
  126. dv Active motility
  127. dw small cone-shaped elevations at base of the hair follicles
  128. dx fibrous protein; principle component of hair and nails
  129. dy protein base similar to collagen that forms elastic tissue
  130. dz 14
  131. ea Bulla
  132. eb Occipital
  133. ec Fibrous protein; gives skin strength and form
  134. ed Carotid arteries
  135. ee Aging and uneven growth
  136. ef Combustion
  137. eg dry hair
  138. eh Appendages
  139. ei infection
  140. ej remove any artificial nails
  141. ek insertion to origin
  142. el 90
  143. em Hair root
  144. en Zygomatic bones
  145. eo Small injury to the nail bed
  146. ep water-in-oil
  147. eq Bacilli
  148. er Disinfectants that are very effective when used properly in the salon
  149. es Slightly acidic
  150. et Comedo
  151. eu Wart
  152. ev ligaments
  153. ew hirsutism
  154. ex Cathode
  155. ey Medulla
  156. ez 50-70%
  157. fa 11
  158. fb vegetable parasites
  159. fc Onychomadesis
  160. fd Bleach
  161. fe Hydrogen peroxide
  162. ff Onychomycosis
  163. fg Eye socket
  164. fh uniform layers
  165. fi Trichology
  166. fj keloid
  167. fk dandruff
  168. fl melanocytes
  169. fm Farthest
  170. fn Vertical lines
  171. fo Epidermis
  172. fp Papule
  173. fq glycerin
  174. fr alopecia
  175. fs Unknown
  176. ft Cuticle layer
  177. fu natural immunity
  178. fv Postpartum Alopecia
  179. fw Hydrogen, Salt, Disulfide
  180. fx atoms
  181. fy Disulfide bonds
  182. fz nucleus
  183. ga local regualtions
  184. gb clean
  185. gc genetics, gravity, facial expressions
  186. gd Stain
  187. ge Basal cell carcinoma
  188. gf ulcer
  189. gg humectants
  190. gh Tension
  191. gi 20 sec
  192. gj Iontophoresis
  193. gk Thioglycolic acid
  194. gl Epidermal-dermal junction
  195. gm Licensing enforcement and your conduct when you are working in the salon
  196. gn Melanocytes
  197. go Weight line
  198. gp Onycholysis
  199. gq OSHA
  200. gr Motor nerves
  201. gs eliminating
  202. gt 4500 years ago
  203. gu Couperose
  204. gv Blue light
  205. gw ion
  206. gx steralization
  207. gy Protoplasm
  208. gz ribboning
  209. ha Endocrine Glands
  210. hb Perimeter guide
  211. hc 12 years
  212. hd Fungi
  213. he Table salt
  214. hf Toxins
  215. hg Hydrophilic
  216. hh Skin
  217. hi Cuticle
  218. hj Lanugo
  219. hk Cocci
  220. hl protect the underlying skin