Florida Stateboard Cosmetology Exam Practice Test (Angel) Part 1

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The study of the growth and structure of nails is known as
 
Onyxology
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Etiology is the study of
 
The cause of a disease
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Often referred to as the cuticle, it overlaps the lunula at the base of the nail:
 
Eponychium
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Infection at the nail base, usually with pus, untreated can cause loss of the nail
 
Onychia
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Onychophagy refers to
 
Bitten nails
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Onychia refers to a condition where
 
Inflammation at the base of the nailwith pus usually present
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The technical term for bitten nails is
 
Onychophagy
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Tight shoes, or improper trimming of the toe nails,may results in:
 
Onychocryptosis/ingrown toe-nails
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Onychocryptosis is a condition that may result from
 
Excessively tight shoe
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A nail product used to smooth out and fill in minor depression in a client's nails is
 
Ridge filler
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The nail is composed of a substance known as
 
Keratin
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The area from the nail root to the free edge, contain no blood vessels/nerves
 
nail plate/nail body
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Portions of the nail assembly where the nail plate rests, contain blood vessels and nerves
 
nail bed
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The point where the nail enters the skin at the nail base is referred to as the
 
Eponychium
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The tissue beneath the free edge of the nail is known as
 
Hyponychium
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Contains the blood, lymph, and nerves from which new nail cells are generated
 
nail matrix
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This is the active tissue from which new nail cells are generated
 
nail matrix
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The root and nail matrix are located  in this cup/pocket like structure
 
nail mantle
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leuconychia is a condition that usually presents as
 
white spot/ streaks under the nails
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The Latin / medical term for nails is
 
Onyx
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If a finger nail is lost / removed, approximately how long will it take to grow back
 
3 -6 months
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If  lost / removed, how long will it take to grow a new plate/nail body
 
3-6 months
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If a toe-nails is /removed, approximately how long will it take to grow back
 
9-18 months
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If the technician causes bleediing to occur during a nail service, they should use
 
styptic powder/ powdered alum
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  Once destroyed, which part of the nail will not grow again
 
Matrix
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The adhesive coat for polish is the
 
Base coat
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Pumice powder is most commonly found in
 
Cuticle cream
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If bleeding occurs during a manicure /pedicure use
 
Antiseptic
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Always file natural nails
 
corner to center
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The technical term for a hang nail is
 
Agnail
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If artificial nails are lifting from the nail bed, this may cause
 
mold and infection
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Cuticle cream will help prevent
 
hang-nails/agnail
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Onychophagy may increase blood flow to the ____ and cause the nail to grow faster
 
nail matrix
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This portion of the nail effect its shape,size, and rate of growth
 
matrix
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A half-moon is at the base of the nail is known as
 
Lunula
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Oil or moisture under a nail enhancement may cause
 
Enhancement to lift/fall off
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The largerest bone in the arm is known as
 
humerous
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The correct order of application in polishing a client's nails would be
 
Base coat, enamel, top coat
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This bone is found in the forearm and on the same side as the little finger
 
Ulna
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The bone is found in the forearm and on the same side as the thumb
 
Radius
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When removing polish from artificial nails, use
 
non- acetone
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When removing artificial nails or nail enhancements, use
 
Acetone
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Before performing any nail service, the nail tech should attempt to find out if the client...
 
Is diabetic
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What is the best manner in which to treat agnails
 
Hot oil manicure
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When in use, how should manicuring/pedicuring implements be kept
 
On a clean towel
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When not in use, manicure/pedicure implements should be stored in a
 
Closed container
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These warts, caused by HPV Virus, are flat,hard, thick growths, usually occuring on the soles...
 
Plantar warts
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Nail beaches and lighteners usually contain
 
Hydrogen peroxide
49
Thickened white skin and watery blisters between the toes are indication of
 
Athlete's foot/ Tinea Pedis
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Another name for Athlete foot is
 
Ringworm of the feet/Tinea Pedis
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Watery blisters and thickened whitish skin between the toes, is known as
 
Tinea Pedis
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If your client has brittle/dry nails or dry cuticles, what should you recommend?
 
Hot oil manicure
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To avoid in grown toe-nails (onychocryptosis), do not file or clip
 
Into the corners of the nails
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The instrument used for trimming the cuticle is a
 
Nipper
55
A bacterial infection with pus at the nail matrix is known as
 
Onychia
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When giving a pedicure with a foot & leg massage, you should not massage over the
 
shin bone
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For a natural effect, the shape of the finger nails should conform to the shape of the
 
client's finger
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Most nail techs consider the ideal nail shape is
 
Oval
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Onychophagy is the technical term for
 
bitten nail
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When pushing back cuticle, how should the nail techhician hold the pusher
 
Angled with medium pressure
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A semicircular fold of skin overlapping the nail plate on either side
 
Nail wall
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To remove your client's acrylic nails, you should
 
Use a nippers to remove unwanted acrylic nails, then soak off remainder
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Condition describes a forward growth of the cuticle covering most of the nail plate/body
 
Pterygium
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Atrophyor wasting away  of the nail plate, may be the result of injury or disease
 
Onychatrophia
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These are the tracks on both sides of the nail, through which it moves as it grows
 
Grooves/tracks
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This is the cuticle overlappin the lunula at he base of the nail
 
Eponychium
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This is the skin surrounding, touching, and overlapping the nail on 3 sides
 
perionychium
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Nail shape reccomended for individuals who work on computer keyboard
 
square
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The feild of medicine dealing specifically with the feet and related issue is
 
Podiatry
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Portion of the nail extending beyond the end of the finger/toes, and protecting the tips
 
free edge
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Cresent shape whitish area of the nail bed
 
lunula
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This skin surrounds,touches, and overlaps the nail
 
Perionychium
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The term used to indicate inflammation of the skin surrounding the nail plate/body
 
Paronychia
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The fold of skin at the sides of the nail
 
Perionychium
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The matacarpus/palm of the  hand contains how many long & slender bones
 
Five
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The carpus/ wrist contain how many bones
 
eight
77
The tissue beneath of the distal end (free edge) of the nail and the finger or toe
 
Hyponychium
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Hyponychium refers to the
 
Skin under the free edge
79
The technical term for a "hangnail" is
 
Agnail
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The skin beneath/under the Free Edge of the nail
 
Hyponychium
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An inflammation at the base of the nail
 
Onychia
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What is the primary purpose of nail primer?
 
To improve adhesion
83
What can a nail tech use to smooth out imperfections in a client's natural nails?
 
Ridge filler
84
What is used to dry and harden gel nails
 
An ultra-violet lite
85
In the salon, nail techs often use styptic in this form to stop bleeding from minor cuts
 
powdered alum
86
What is the function of "primer" when applied during an artificial nail application?
 
to adhesion both sides nail and articial nail
87
The excessive heat often generated by electric nail sanders may harm the
 
nail plate
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A steel nail pusher should only be used
 
On a moist nail
89
What effect will acetone have on a sculptured, artificial, or gel nail?
 
Soften
90
What is the function of a "dehydrator" when applied during an articial nail application
 
Absorb oil & moisture
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This is found at the base of the nail often overlapping the lunula
 
Eponychium
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The Latin/ medical/ technical term for nails
 
Onyx
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Very thin nails that are brittle and less flexible than usual are referred to as
 
Eggshell nails
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Found at the nail base, may overlap the lunula and extend as far back as the first knuckle
 
Eponychium
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This refer to the tissue that is found under the free edge of the nail
 
hyponychium
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This is a deep fold of the skin within which the nail root & matrix are found
 
Mantle
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Contains many nerves and blood vessels
 
Nail bed
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Wavy nail ridges, often the result of uneven growth due to injury, are known as
 
Corrugations
99
Nail tech will shape/file the nail prior to soaking in the nail bath, this is done because
 
filing dry nails is easier for nail tech filling damp nails is difficult
100
If the nail matrx is destroyed, what will occur
 
nail will not grow again
101
The nail matrix and nail root are found here
 
nail mantle
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Functions as a barrier to stop bacteria/ infection from getting to the nail matrix
 
Eponychium
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The cuticle overlapping the lunula is referred to as the
 
Eponychium
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All nourishment is supplied to the nail from the
 
Nail root
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Before the nail tech applies artificial nail enhancements, the natural nail must be
 
buffed
106
The improper use of nail nippers may result in
 
Agnails
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Very dry cuticles may result in which of the following
 
Agnails (hangnail)
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A baterial infection of the tissue around the nail
 
paronychia
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The active ingredient in nail bleach or whiteners
 
H202 and Hydrogen peroxide
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For the most natural look, the shape of the nail should conform to the shape
 
fingertips
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Which of the following will not cause nail fungus
 
Execessive primer
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The pedicure process begins by
 
soaking the feet in a disinfectant footbath
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When giving a manicure, the proper procedure for dealing with cuticles is
 
Do not cut unless client insists


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