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The fall of Rome led to the beginning of which period?
During the Middle Ages, women wore colored makeup on their:
How did early movie stars Jean Harlow and Gloria Swanson glamorize the new nail lacquer trend?
The weekly manicure appointment became common practice in the 1950s. When did it fall out of fashion?
What was considered the ultimate luxury in nail and hand care in the 1950s?
When was tube mascara first introduced?
When did the use of spray guns become common for the application of monomer liquid nail colors?
Modern nail polish formulations have evolved to embody chip-resistance and ____________.
Bone is composed of about ____ minerals.
What is the largest bone of the arm?
Which two bones form the leg below the knee?
Which of the following is not a muscle of the foot?
Which term refers to the study of the nervous system?
Nerve cells are called:
The lymph vascular system is a division of which system?
Hemoglobin is a complex iron protein that temporarily binds with:
The ____ separates the chest from the abdominal region and helps control breathing.
Which of the following is not an accessory organ in the integumentary system?
The nail plates protect:
The natural nail is technically referred to as the:
A normal, healthy nail is slightly ___ in color.
Using an oil-based nail conditioner to coat the plate can:
Who has a lunula?
Nails grow fastest during which season?
The nail of which finger typically grows the slowest?
Compared to fingernails, toenails:
Which of the following people is most likely to have ridges or grooves?
When manicuring a client with ridges, you should:
Which of the following is not a common cause of Beau’s lines?
The greater the curvature of the matrix:
Discolorations of the nail plate between the plate and artificial enhancements are usually:
Which of the following is an inflammation of the nail matrix followed by shedding of the natural nail plate?
Nail psoriasis causes:
Onychomycosis will not cause:
Which of the following does not form vapors?
The best way to ensure good adhesion of a nail enhancement product is to start with a ____ surface.
How many molecules must react to make a single sculptured nail?
Which of the following is not one of the three main types of acrylics?
______ is/are important ingredient(s) in UV gels.
The list of services you are legally allowed to perform in your specialty in your state is known as your:
A rule of thumb with abrasive nail files is that the lower the grit:
It is recommended that you use ____ to remove products from their respective containers.
The nail that is completely straight across the free edge with no rounding at the outside edges is the:
The manipulation of the soft tissues of the body is called:
Which massage movement involves rapid tapping or striking motions against the skin?
Which of the following is a petroleum by-product with excellent sealing properties to hold moisture in the skin?
It is imperative to wash your hands before and after each client in order to:
When clients are making an appointment for a pedicure, you should suggest that they wear:
A fully plumbed pedicure chair is not:
A foot soak is put into the water in the pedicure bath to:
Water-based lotions that contain an abrasive are known as:
A licensed nail technician who has taken advanced education to learn to perform safe pedicures on at-risk patients is a(n):
What is recommended prior to providing a paraffin wax treatment to elderly clients?
Callus reduction series appointments are scheduled on a _____ basis.
Generally when you are performing a foot massage, the foot should be grasped between the thumb and fingers at:
Which of the following types of pedicure equipment must not be cleaned and disinfected after each use?
If the client has sensitive or redness-prone skin, avoid:
Most manufacturers will fix or replace a malfunctioning unit within ____ of purchase, at no cost.
A wobbling or bent bit can harm the electric file, damage the client’s nails, and may:
Which of the following carbide bits can be used to file in both directions and in a back-and-forth filing motion?
Grooves carved into a client’s nail by filing with bits at the incorrect angle are known as:
Which of the following is not a common use for a sanding band?
What is the term used when a nail enhancement needs to be serviced after two or more weeks from the initial application of the nail enhancement product?
Electric filing on foot calluses needs to be done:
Which implement is designed specifically for cutting nail tips?
Fabric wraps are the most popular type of nail wrap because of their:
Dip powder and adhesive enhancements:
What should you do if, while applying a nail tip, you accidentally touch or contaminate the freshly prepped nail?
When removing nail wraps, it is recommended that when the client places her hand in the bowl of acetone, the acetone be about ____ above the nail wraps.
The term ____ refers to an entire family of thousands of different substances.
Monomer liquid and polymer powder products are not usually applied:
During the production of polymer powder, the powder forms into tiny ____ beads of slightly varying sizes.
Polymer powders are usually blended with ___________ to create a wide range of shades from white to jet black.
An initiator is found in:
Nail forms are not commonly made of:
Check your nail primer daily for ________ to ensure that it does not become contaminated.
Applying nail enhancement product over wet nail primer can cause product discoloration:
The “oligo” in oligomer means:
The term _____ refers to the type of starting material that is used to create the most common UV gel resins.
The chemical that causes the polymerization reaction in a UV gel resin to begin when exposed to UV light is called a(n):
What does a gel primer do?
If UV bulbs are not changed regularly, which of the following does not occur?
When performing a one-color UV gel application, where is it recommended that you begin removing the client’s polish?
When performing the two-color method of UV gel application, which of the following items is not needed?
When performing a two-color UV gel application, you apply a coat of the white gel ____ to create the smile line.
Less opaque gels are typically:
Which implement should you use to ease the gel enhancement off the fingernail after it has soaked for the appropriate amount of time?
The light we see reflected from a surface is called:
With a traditional French manicure, the free edge of the nail is usually:
Which nail art technique involves creating a swirled effect with two or more colors?
The very end of the bristles on a brush, farthest away from the handle, is commonly referred to as the:
What is the most common and versatile style of brush?
A spotter brush is also commonly known as a:
What is the easiest and fastest nail art medium?
When using an airbrush, most nail professionals work at a pressure between:
Which of the following are most commonly used in a French twist competition?
The term _____ refers to a competition in which more than one nail art medium must be used to create a design.
Which of the following items will you need to create crystal art on polish using embellishments?