Hair Removal

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1. 

Unusual amount of hair on parts of the body normally bearing only downy hair, such as faces of women and backs of men.

 

Hirsuties

 
2. 

Reaction due to extreme sensitivity to certain foods, chemicals, or other normally harmless substances.

 

Allergy

 
3. 

Chronic congestion appearing primarily on the cheeks and nose, characterized by redness, dilation of the blood vessels, and formation of papules and pustules.

 

Rosacea

 
4. 

Cleanse the eyelid with cotton balls moistened with gentle eye makeup remover.

 

First steps of tweezing (procedure)

 
5. 

When waxing, what do we do before we apply the wax to the client's skin?

 

Check the temperature

 
6. 

What product do we use to calm redness of the skin?

 

Aloe gel

 
7. 

What steps do we take to soften the eyebrow tissues?

 

Saturate two pieces of cotton or brow and cover for two minutes.

 
8. 

Another technical term for hirsuties is

 

Hypertrichosis

 
9. 

A combination of yellow sulfide of arsenic, quicklime, and rose water that was used by the Turks as a crude hair removal agent is known as.

 

Rusma

 
10. 

A client consultation prior to a hair removal service discloses all medications, both topical and oral, along with any known skin disorders or.

 

Allergies

 
11. 

Facial waxing or tweezing should not be performed on clients who have or very sensitive skin.

 

Rosacea

 
12. 

Having a history of or cold sores is considered a contraindicaton for facial waxing.

 

Fever blisters

 
13. 

Use of Retin-A, Renova, , or similar products prevent hair removal treatments.

 

Hydroquinone

 
14. 

Removal of hair by means of an electric current that destroys the root of the hair is known as.

 

Electroylsis

 
15. 

Photo-epilation uses intense light to destroy hair follices and has minimal side effects and requires no.

 

Needles

 
16. 

Laser hair removal is most effective when used on follicles in the active growing phase, or.

 

Anagen

 
17. 

A new method for the rapid, gentle removal of unwanted hair by means of a beam pulsed on the skin is called.

 

Laser hair removal

 
18. 

is the most common form of temporary hair removal, particularly of men's facial hair.

 

Shaving

 
19. 

Correctly shaped have a strong, positive impact on the overall attractiveness of the face.

 

Eyebrows

 
20. 

Washing your hands thoroughly with soap and warm water is critical before and after every you perform.

 

Client Procedure

 
21. 

When tweezing the eyebrows, tweeze between the brows and above the brow line first because the area under the brow line is much more.

 

Sensitive

 
22. 

The method transmits down the hair shaft into the hair follicle are is called electronic tweezing.

 

Radio Frequency Energy

 
23. 

Most manufacturers of electronic tweezers recommend that the area is first in order to increase efficiency.

 

Steamed

 
24. 

Depilatories contain detergents to strip the sebum from the hair and to hold the chemicals to the hair shaft for the 5 to 10 minutes that are necessary to remove the hair.

 

Adhesives

 
25. 

If a client uses a chemical depilatory, you should perform a to determine whether the individual is sensitive to the action of the product.

 

Patch Test

 
26. 

Wax is a commonly used , applied in either hot or cold form as recommended by the manufactuer.

 

Epilator

 
27. 

has a relatively high incidence of allergic reaction.

 

Beeswax

 
28. 

When performing a wax service, the fabric strip and the wax that sticks to it are removed by pulling it in the direction the hair growth.

 

Opposite

 
29. 

Do not apply wax over warts, moles, , or irritated or inflamed skin.

 

Abrasions

 
30. 

Apply to calm and soothe sensitive skin that be comes red or swells due to a waxing procedure.

 

Aloe Gel

 
31. 

Tweezing is done.

 

Monthly

 
32. 

Method for removing superfluous hair removal.

 

Electronically charged tweezers

 
33. 

An alkali preparation

 

Adepilatory

 
34. 

The process of removing hair by pulling it out of the follicle.

 

Epilation

 
35. 

Cold and hot waxing products are made of.

 

Beeswax

 
36. 

weeks is the time frame between waxing services.

 

4 to 6

 
37. 

for proper temperature of wax

 

Test on your wrist

 
38. 

Clean skin with a before wax service.

 

Mild astringent

 
39. 

Is the manipuplation of cotton thread which is twisted and rolled along the surface of the skin retwining the hair in the thread and lif ting from the follicle.

 

Threading

 
40. 

Process of using thick sugar based paste as an epilator.

 

Sugar

 
41. 

Never let wax come in contact with the.

 

Eyes