Florida State Board Cosmetoloy Review Part 2 (Angel)

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In discussing a hair cut, where is the perimeter located?
At the outer edges
It is recommened that you cut extremely currly hair
Dry cut before straightening
It is recommended that you cut kinky curly hair
dry after straightening
When cutting extremely curly hair, avoid which of the following cutting imlpements?
Razors
When cutting a "cowlicks", what tension should be used
No tension
When cutting hair with electric clippers, the hair should be
dry
When cutting the hair with a razor, the hair should be
Wet or damp
The reason razor cutting requires damp hair is
to avoid pulling the hair
The principal reason for using thinning shears is
Decrease bulk
Tapering has many different names,  name them 
Shingling,graduation,fading
Layering means the hair lenghts have been cut
Graduated
What  thin out hair?
Thinning shears, razors, shears
Which of the following is a part of the cutting shears?
finger brace,screw, blade
On which part of your cutting shears does your little finger rest
finger brace/guard
Which of the following can be acheive with the "shear over comb" technique
Layering very close to the skin
Type of haircut most suitable for client with a large chin or prominent jaw line?
chin length BOB
In cutting very straight hair, what degree of tension is reccommended?
Maximum tension
A client has fine, dense hair, and wants it thinned out. How far from the head, should the...
1 inch
Club cutting is a method of cutting the hair
Blunt and straight across
To create the apperance of height, cut the hair
Close at the nape and high in the crown
When trying to create more body in fine hair
Give a blunt cut
In razor cutting, the amount of hair removed in one razor stroke is dependant upon
Angle of the razor
When slithering hair, the best results will be obtained when using shears with which edge
Sharp
Flexible comb, used in a "scissors over comb" techique, creates a close/tight neckline is
Barber comb
Which of the following hair cutting implements may be used on wet or dry hair?
Shears
Which of the following hair cutting implements could be used on dry hair
Razor and shears
Which of the following hair cutting implements is best used on wet/damp hair
Razor
These hair-cutting lines are used to create a sense of weight and stability
Horizontal
These hair-cutting lines are used to create a sense/illusion of movement
Diagonal
The angle/degree at which you hold the hair out from the scalp prior to cutting
Elevation
A blunt cut, tends to create lines that are
hard
In the "shear over comb" cutting technique, which comb is generally used?
barber comb
In the "shears over comb" technique, you should work with an area
No wider than the comb
In the "shears over comb" tecnique, the angle of the comb will determine
The lenght of the hair
In the "shears over comb" technique, the stylist should begin the haircut at the
Nape
If your client has lice, what must you do?
Refuse service
When cutting the hair with clippers, it generally best to
Go against direction of the hair growth pattern
When using the "clipper over comb" technique, the clippers move
Sideways across top of the comb
While cutting a client's hair, if the stylist momentarily stops cutting, what is the best method...
palm them, closed, facing the stylist
Thinning shears are used to
remove excess bulk
Using "single-notched" shears will have which of the following effects
Remove more hair than double -notched
Using "doubled-notched" shears will have which of thfollowing effect
Remove less than single-notched
A uniformed layered cut (same lenght throughout) is cut at what angle/degree
90
A haircut using a 0 degree/angle is referred to as
Blunt cut, bob, solid form
Slithering/ effilating refers to the technique of decreasing bulk by
thinning the hair, opening & partially closing shears up and down the hair shaft
The technical/medical term for the palm of your hand
metacarpus
There are ___ bones in the metacarpus
5
This is the largest artery in the body
Aorta
There are ___ bones in the wrist/ carpus
8
"Fringe" is another term for "bangs" and is generally used to cover the area from
Outer corners of the eyes
When cutting hair with electric clippers, the hair should be
dry
The neutralizer used in a permanent wave solution/chemical hair relaxer is
Acid
The reason razor cutting require wet hair is
To avoid pulling the hair
A haircut using a 180 angle will have which of the following lengths
shorter interior, longer exterior
Tapering has many diffrent names, which of the following is not a name for tapering
blunt
The proper position for the shampoo cape while shampooing a client hair is
Over the chair
For what type of skin are facial scrubs contra-indicated (not advisable)?
acneic
When the palms of the hands/finger tips are used in rubbing motion, this is called
Friction
Using "single-notched" shears will have which of the following effects
Remove less hair then the double- notched
Which of the following will remove the greatest amount of hair
Regular shears
The approximate pH of permanent wave neutralizer is?
3-5
Which of the following would likely need to be melted prior to use
wax
Paraffin is
You have lightened your client's hair from level 3 to level 6, what is the underlying exposed...
 Orange/blue
You hae lightened your client's hair from 5 to a level 9, what is the underlying exposed warm...
Yellow /violet
You have lightened your client's hair from 5 to level 9, you then apply a blue based toner,...
green
In the "scissors over comb" technique, holding comb flat against the head will result in
less scalp visibility/longer hair
Silking, refers to
relaxing the hair with heat
The approximate pH of an ammonium thioglycolate solutionis
8.2-9.6
About 90% of the scalp hair is in this stage/phase at any given time
Anagen
About 10% of the scalp hair is in this stage/phase at any given time
Telogen
Although vellus and lanugo hair similar, vellus hair can be distinguished because
Vellus hair has no pigment
Which of the following is not a name for graduation in a haircut
Blunt
The hair that we are primarily concerned with cutting, is referred to as
terminal hair
Hair cut on an "Angle" is also referred to as being cut
On a Bias
Which of the following design lines would be used to add weight/build weight line?
Horizontal lines
Lanugo hair can be easily distinguised from Vellus hair because
lanugo hair has no pigment
The primary distinction between Vellus and Lanugo hair is
Lanugo hair has pigment vellus does not
Which of the following can be achieved with the "shears over comb" technique?
Layering the nape very close to the skin
Which type of haircut could be used to disguise a large chin and/or prominent jaw line?
chin lenght bob
When clipper cutting hair, the clippers should be held in what relationship to the comb
In the same position as the comb
This is the widest portion of the head, sometimes reffered to as the "crest area"
Parietial
The angle at which the fingers are held during a hair cut
cutting line
In haircutting, elevation is used to create
Graduation
When cutting a BOB
Palm Down
The most commonly used elevations in haircutting are
45% degree and 90% degree
An angle below 90% degree, is used primary to
build weight
Angle above 90% degree are used, is used primary
remove weight
The approximate pH of cold wave is
8.2 - 9.6
A" Blunt Cut", is sometimes referred to as/as a
BOB, One length/Solid Form, zero degree/elevation
In hair cutting, the are above the parietal/crest is crest is referred to as the
Interior
In hair cutting, the area below the parietal/crest is referred to as the
exterior
In a haircut, vertical line will do all of the following
Be used with higher elevation, remove weigh, used in graduated or layer cuts
Diagonal lines may be used ina haircut to accomplish 
Blend short layers to long layer, create beveling, create slanting/slopping lines
Beveling is a hair cutting technique used to create
Fullness by cutting the ends at a slight taper
All of the following are true about guidelines
There are two basic guideline,stationary and traveling,may be located at the interor or exterior...
Which is not an intended cnsequence of using horizontal lines in haircutting
The removal of weight
If your client wanted longer layer, what angles/degrees would you correctly use
A combination of 45% and 90% degree
In a graduated or layered haircut, the most commonly used elevation
45 degree
The most commonly observed elevation in a graduated haircut is
45 degree
Which angles/degree would create the longest possible layers in a clients haircut?
180 degree
Which angles/degree would provide the most movement and volume
180 degree


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