Cosmetology State Board Exam: Hair Styling Practice Test

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Cosmetology State Board Exam: Hair Styling Practice Test - Quiz

Cosmetology State Board Exam: Hair Styling Practice Test. A cosmetologist is expected to give their client tips on how to maintain clean skin and healthy hair. Are you a cosmetology student that is on hair styling? Below is a quiz that is designed to help you with the real exam, you have to take when you finish your hours. Do you feel up to task? Take it up and find out!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    The process of shaping and directing the hair into a pattern of S-shaped waves with the fingers, combs, and lotion is called?

    • A.

      Finger waving

    • B.

      Wet setting

    • C.

      Thermal curling

    • D.

      Thermal waving

    Correct Answer
    A. Finger waving
    Explanation
    Finger waving is the correct answer because it involves shaping and directing the hair into S-shaped waves using the fingers, combs, and lotion. This technique is commonly used to create a vintage, glamorous hairstyle. Wet setting involves setting the hair with rollers or other tools while it is wet, while thermal curling and thermal waving both involve using heat to create curls or waves in the hair. However, finger waving specifically refers to the process described in the question.

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  • 2. 

    Waving lotion is a type of hair gel used during finger waving to keep the hair.

    • A.

      Wet

    • B.

      Dry

    • C.

      Pliable

    • D.

      Stiff

    Correct Answer
    C. Pliable
    Explanation
    Waving lotion is a type of hair gel used during finger waving to keep the hair pliable. Pliable hair is flexible and can be easily shaped and molded into waves. The waving lotion helps to maintain the desired hairstyle by keeping the hair soft and manageable, allowing for easy manipulation and styling.

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  • 3. 

    A good waving lotion for finger waving is harmless to the hair and:

    • A.

      Should be used liberally

    • B.

      Dries on contact

    • C.

      Leaves a mild residue

    • D.

      Does not flake when dry

    Correct Answer
    D. Does not flake when dry
    Explanation
    A good waving lotion for finger waving should not flake when dry because flaking can be damaging to the hair and create an unattractive appearance. Flaking can cause the hair to appear dry and brittle, leading to breakage and hair damage. Therefore, a lotion that does not flake when dry is preferable as it ensures the hair remains healthy and the style looks smooth and polished.

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  • 4. 

    Finger wave lotion should be applied

    • A.

      While wearing gloves

    • B.

      To one side of the head at a time

    • C.

      To the entire hea after shampooing

    • D.

      With a brush

    Correct Answer
    C. To the entire hea after shampooing
    Explanation
    The correct answer is to apply finger wave lotion to the entire head after shampooing. This is because finger wave lotion is typically used to create and set finger waves, a popular hairstyle from the 1920s. To achieve the desired result, the lotion needs to be applied to the entire head after shampooing and then styled with a brush. Wearing gloves is not necessary for this process.

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  • 5. 

    When finger waving, pinching or pushing ridges with the fingers will create

    • A.

      Overdirection of the ridge

    • B.

      Inconsistent waves

    • C.

      Splits

    • D.

      Underdirection of the ridge

    Correct Answer
    A. Overdirection of the ridge
    Explanation
    When finger waving, pinching or pushing ridges with the fingers, it creates overdirection of the ridge. This means that the ridges are being pushed or pulled in a direction that is opposite to their natural growth pattern. This can result in the hair forming inconsistent waves, splits, or an unnatural appearance due to the excessive manipulation of the ridges.

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  • 6. 

    The three main parts of a pin curl are the base, stem, and

    • A.

      Curl

    • B.

      Medulia

    • C.

      Wave

    • D.

      Circle

    Correct Answer
    D. Circle
    Explanation
    In the context of pin curls, the three main parts are the base, stem, and circle. The base refers to the stationary part of the curl that is secured to the scalp. The stem is the section of hair between the base and the circle. Finally, the circle represents the rounded shape created by wrapping the hair around the base.

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  • 7. 

    The section of the pin curl between the base and the first arc is the

    • A.

      Stem

    • B.

      Curl

    • C.

      Circle

    • D.

      Wave

    Correct Answer
    A. Stem
    Explanation
    The section of the pin curl between the base and the first arc is called the stem. This is the portion of the curl that connects the base, where the hair is secured, to the first arc, which is the rounded part of the curl. The stem provides stability and structure to the curl, allowing it to hold its shape.

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  • 8. 

    The stationary part of the pin curl is the

    • A.

      Circle

    • B.

      Curl

    • C.

      Base

    • D.

      Stem

    Correct Answer
    C. Base
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "base". In pin curls, the base refers to the stationary part of the curl that is secured to the scalp. It acts as the foundation for the curl and determines its size and shape. The base is usually created by wrapping the hair around the fingers or a roller and then securing it with a pin. By using different base sizes and placements, hairstylists can create a variety of curl patterns and styles.

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  • 9. 

    A tight, firm, long-lasting curl is produced by the

    • A.

      Full stem curl

    • B.

      Mobile stem curl

    • C.

      Half stem curl

    • D.

      No stem curl

    Correct Answer
    D. No stem curl
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "no stem curl" because when there is no stem curl, it means that the hair is not wrapped around any type of stem or rod. Without a stem, the hair is free to curl naturally, resulting in a tight, firm, and long-lasting curl.

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  • 10. 

    The greatest curl mobility is acheieved with the

    • A.

      No stem curl

    • B.

      Quarter turn curl

    • C.

      Full stem curl

    • D.

      Half stem curl

    Correct Answer
    C. Full stem curl
    Explanation
    The greatest curl mobility is achieved with the full stem curl. This means that when the stem of the curling iron is fully wrapped around the hair, it allows for maximum curling ability and flexibility. This technique ensures that the heat is evenly distributed throughout the hair, resulting in a more defined and long-lasting curl.

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  • 11. 

    A section of hair that is molded in a circular movement in preparation for the formation of curls is a

    • A.

      Shaping

    • B.

      Parting

    • C.

      Base

    • D.

      Section

    Correct Answer
    A. Shaping
    Explanation
     

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  • 12. 

    Open center curls produce

    • A.

      Waves that decrease in size

    • B.

      Uniform curls

    • C.

      Volume

    • D.

      Curls that decrease in size

    Correct Answer
    B. Uniform curls
    Explanation
    Open center curls produce uniform curls. This means that the curls created by open center curls are consistent in size and shape throughout the hair. Unlike other curling techniques that may result in waves or curls that vary in size, open center curls create a more even and uniform look. This can be desirable for those who want a polished and cohesive hairstyle with consistent curls that add volume and body to the hair.

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  • 13. 

    Pin curls that are good for fine hair and produce a fluffy curl

    • A.

      Clockwise pin curls

    • B.

      Counterclockwise pin curls

    • C.

      Closed center curls

    • D.

      Open center curls

    Correct Answer
    C. Closed center curls
    Explanation
    Closed center curls are the correct answer because they are suitable for fine hair and create a fluffy curl. Unlike open center curls, closed center curls have a more compact and defined shape, which helps to add volume and texture to fine hair. This type of curl is achieved by wrapping the hair around the pin in a circular motion, with the center of the curl being closed and secure. The closed center curl technique is ideal for creating a bouncy and voluminous look on fine hair.

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  • 14. 

    The most common pin curl base you will use is the

    • A.

      Rectangular base

    • B.

      Square base

    • C.

      Triangular base

    • D.

      Arc base

    Correct Answer
    D. Arc base
    Explanation
    The most common pin curl base used is the arc base. This base creates a soft, flowing curl with a slight wave. It is suitable for creating a variety of hairstyles and is often preferred for its versatility. The arc base allows for a natural-looking curl that adds volume and texture to the hair.

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  • 15. 

    In a pin curl set, the finished curl is not affected by the

    • A.

      Size of the curl

    • B.

      Direction of curl

    • C.

      Shape of the base

    • D.

      Amount of hair used

    Correct Answer
    D. Amount of hair used
    Explanation
    When creating pin curls, the finished curl is primarily determined by the technique used and the way the hair is wrapped around the pin, as well as the base and direction of the curl. The amount of hair used in each pin curl does play a role in the overall volume and size of the hairstyle, but it doesn't directly affect the specific curl's shape or appearance.

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  • 16. 

    Triangular pin curl bases are used to

    • A.

      Add height

    • B.

      Avoid tangling

    • C.

      Mainetain a smooth upsweep look

    • D.

      Prevent splits in the finished style

    Correct Answer
    D. Prevent splits in the finished style
    Explanation
    Triangular pin curl bases are used to prevent splits in the finished style. This is because the triangular shape of the base provides a stable foundation for the curl, reducing the chances of the hair splitting or fraying. By using triangular bases, the stylist can ensure that the curls stay intact and the overall style looks smooth and polished.

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  • 17. 

    Pin curl bases suitable for curly haristyles without much volume or lift are the

    • A.

      Arc bases

    • B.

      Square bases

    • C.

      Rectangular bases

    • D.

      Circular bases

    Correct Answer
    B. Square bases
    Explanation
    Square bases are suitable for curly hairstyles without much volume or lift because they provide a more compact and controlled curl. The square shape helps to create a tighter and more defined curl, which is ideal for those with curly hair that already has enough volume. This base shape allows for a more polished and sleek look, as opposed to the other options which may create more volume or lift.

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  • 18. 

    An important techinque to use when making a pin curls is

    • A.

      Ribboning

    • B.

      Pulling

    • C.

      Shaping

    • D.

      Squeezing

    Correct Answer
    A. Ribboning
    Explanation
    Ribboning is an important technique to use when making pin curls. It involves smoothly wrapping the hair around the curling tool in a ribbon-like motion, ensuring that the hair is evenly distributed and tightly wound. This technique helps create defined and long-lasting curls. Pulling, shaping, and squeezing are not specific techniques used in pin curling.

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  • 19. 

    Pin curls sliced from a shaping and formed without lifting the hair from the head are called

    • A.

      Barrel curls

    • B.

      Flat curls

    • C.

      Cascade or stand up curls

    • D.

      Carved curls

    Correct Answer
    D. Carved curls
    Explanation
    Carved curls are created by slicing pin curls from a shaping and forming them without lifting the hair from the head. This technique involves cutting the pin curls into smaller sections, resulting in a more intricate and detailed curl pattern. Unlike barrel curls, flat curls, and cascade or stand up curls, carved curls require a specific method of shaping and forming to achieve their unique look.

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  • 20. 

    Pin curls are correctly anchored when

    • A.

      They have closed centers

    • B.

      The clip cover the circle

    • C.

      The clp enters at the open end

    • D.

      Two clips are used

    Correct Answer
    C. The clp enters at the open end
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "the clip enters at the open end". This means that when pin curls are correctly anchored, the clip should be inserted at the open end of the curl. This ensures that the curl is secure and will hold its shape. If the clip is inserted at the closed center or if two clips are used, it may not properly anchor the curl and it may come undone. Additionally, the statement about the clip covering the circle is not relevant to anchoring the pin curls.

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  • 21. 

    Curl used to create a wave behind a ridge are called

    • A.

      Skip waves

    • B.

      Ridge curls

    • C.

      Finger waves

    • D.

      Clockwise waves

    Correct Answer
    B. Ridge curls
    Explanation
    Curl used to create a wave behind a ridge are called "ridge curls". This term refers to the specific type of curling technique that is used to create waves behind a ridge. It is different from other types of curls such as skip waves, finger waves, or clockwise waves, which may have their own distinct characteristics and methods of creation.

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  • 22. 

    Two rows of ridge curls create

    • A.

      Soft curls

    • B.

      Maximum height

    • C.

      A strong wave pattern

    • D.

      Soft lines between waves

    Correct Answer
    C. A strong wave pattern
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "a strong wave pattern". This is because the question mentions "two rows of ridge curls" which suggests that the curls are arranged in a specific pattern. The use of the word "strong" indicates that the wave pattern created is distinct and noticeable. Therefore, the correct answer implies that the two rows of ridge curls result in a noticeable and defined wave pattern in the hair.

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  • 23. 

    Pin curls used to achieve height in the hair design are

    • A.

      Cascade curls

    • B.

      Skip waves

    • C.

      Ridge curls

    • D.

      Carved curls

    Correct Answer
    A. Cascade curls
    Explanation
    Cascade curls are the correct answer because they are a type of pin curl that is used to create height in a hair design. These curls are created by wrapping sections of hair around the fingers and then securing them to the scalp with bobby pins. The resulting curls cascade down from the pinned area, creating volume and height in the hairstyle. This technique is commonly used in formal or vintage hairstyles to add dimension and texture to the hair.

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  • 24. 

    Barrel curls are fastened to the head in a stranding postition on

    • A.

      Arc base

    • B.

      Retangular base

    • C.

      Circular base

    • D.

      Triangular base

    Correct Answer
    B. Retangular base
    Explanation
    Barrel curls are typically fastened to the head using a rectangular base. This base provides stability and support for the curls, allowing them to stay in place for a longer period of time. The rectangular shape allows for a more secure attachment, preventing the curls from unraveling or falling out.

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  • 25. 

    A roller holds the equivalent of

    • A.

      1/2 of stand up curl

    • B.

      Five stand up curls

    • C.

      Two to four stand up curls

    • D.

      One stand up curl

    Correct Answer
    C. Two to four stand up curls
    Explanation
    The roller holds the equivalent of two to four stand up curls. This means that the amount of weight or resistance provided by the roller is equal to the effort required to perform two to four stand up curls.

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  • 26. 

    If the hair is wound 1-1/2 turns around a roller it will create

    • A.

      A well anchored curl

    • B.

      Curls

    • C.

      A c shape

    • D.

      A wave

    Correct Answer
    D. A wave
    Explanation
    Winding the hair 1-1/2 turns around a roller creates a wave. This is because when the hair is wound around the roller, it forms a gentle bend or curve rather than a tight curl. The number of turns determines the tightness of the curl, and in this case, 1-1/2 turns is not enough to create a curl but rather a wave-like shape.

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  • 27. 

    A c shape will result if the hair is wound around the roller

    • A.

      1 1/2 turns

    • B.

      One turn

    • C.

      2 1/2 turns

    • D.

      Five turns

    Correct Answer
    B. One turn
    Explanation
    If the hair is wound around the roller for one turn, it will result in a c shape. This suggests that the hair is not tightly wound around the roller, but rather loosely wrapped around it, forming a loose curve resembling the letter "c".

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  • 28. 

    An on base roller curl produces

    • A.

      A crisp curl

    • B.

      The least amount of volume

    • C.

      Medium volume

    • D.

      Full volume

    Correct Answer
    D. Full volume
    Explanation
    An on base roller curl produces full volume because when the hair is wrapped around the roller with the base (root) lifted off the scalp, it creates more space for the hair to expand and create volume. This technique allows the curl to have maximum lift and fullness, resulting in a hairstyle with full volume.

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  • 29. 

    For the least amount of volume in a roller set use the

    • A.

      Open end method

    • B.

      Off base method

    • C.

      Half base method

    • D.

      On base method

    Correct Answer
    B. Off base method
    Explanation
    The off base method is the correct answer for achieving the least amount of volume in a roller set. This method involves placing the roller slightly away from the scalp, resulting in less lift and volume at the roots. By positioning the roller off base, the hair is not lifted as much, creating a flatter and less voluminous result compared to other methods such as on base or half base.

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  • 30. 

    The diffuser attachment of a blow dryer causes the air to flow

    • A.

      In all directions

    • B.

      At a cooler tempature

    • C.

      More softly

    • D.

      At a hotter tempature

    Correct Answer
    C. More softly
    Explanation
    The diffuser attachment of a blow dryer is designed to disperse the airflow, resulting in a softer and gentler airflow compared to using the blow dryer without the attachment. This is beneficial for individuals with delicate or damaged hair, as it reduces the risk of heat damage and minimizes frizz. The diffuser attachment helps to evenly distribute the air, allowing for more controlled styling and a smoother finish.

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  • 31. 

    Combs with closely spaced teeth

    • A.

      Shape larger sections of hair

    • B.

      Create more surface texture

    • C.

      Create a smooth surface

    • D.

      Lift the hair away from the head

    Correct Answer
    C. Create a smooth surface
    Explanation
    Combs with closely spaced teeth are designed to create a smooth surface on the hair. The closely spaced teeth help to distribute the hair evenly and remove any tangles or knots, resulting in a sleek and polished look. These combs are particularly useful for styling techniques that require a smooth finish, such as creating sleek updos or straightening the hair with a flat iron. By gliding through the hair smoothly, these combs help to eliminate any frizz or flyaways, leaving the hair looking smooth and well-groomed.

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  • 32. 

    A classic styling brush has a

    • A.

      Half rounded rubber base

    • B.

      Ventilated base

    • C.

      Generally oval base

    • D.

      Large flat base

    Correct Answer
    A. Half rounded rubber base
    Explanation
    A classic styling brush typically has a half rounded rubber base. This type of base allows for better grip and control while styling the hair. The rounded shape of the base helps to create smooth and natural-looking curls or waves. The rubber material provides flexibility and prevents the brush from pulling or damaging the hair. Additionally, the half rounded shape allows for better airflow, which helps to speed up the drying process when using a blow dryer.

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  • 33. 

    Smaller round brushes used during blow drying

    • A.

      Straighten the hair

    • B.

      Lift the hair at the scalp

    • C.

      Bevel the hair ends

    • D.

      Add more curl

    Correct Answer
    D. Add more curl
    Explanation
    The smaller round brushes used during blow drying are designed to add more curl to the hair. These brushes are typically used to create volume and texture by wrapping small sections of hair around the brush and applying heat from the blow dryer. As the hair is heated and dried, the round brush helps to shape the hair into curls or waves, resulting in a more curly or textured hairstyle.

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  • 34. 

    Another term for thermal  waving is

    • A.

      Hair pressing

    • B.

      Grateau waving

    • C.

      Marcel waving

    • D.

      Ironing the hair

    Correct Answer
    C. Marcel waving
    Explanation
    Marcel waving is another term for thermal waving. It refers to a technique of creating waves in the hair using heated tools such as curling irons. This method involves wrapping sections of hair around the iron and applying heat to create the desired wave pattern. It is commonly used in hairstyling to add volume and texture to the hair.

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  • 35. 

    The styling portion of a thermal iron consists of a rod and

    • A.

      Shell

    • B.

      Prong

    • C.

      Cord

    • D.

      Swivel

    Correct Answer
    A. Shell
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "shell". The styling portion of a thermal iron consists of a rod and a shell. The shell is the outer casing of the iron that houses the heating element and provides insulation. It is usually made of a heat-resistant material such as ceramic or metal. The shell protects the user from the heat generated by the rod and also helps distribute the heat evenly across the hair.

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  • 36. 

    Hair pressing

    • A.

      Temporarlily curls straight

    • B.

      Temporarily straightens hair

    • C.

      Permanently waves hair

    • D.

      Gives wide waves to curly hair

    Correct Answer
    B. Temporarily straightens hair
    Explanation
    Hair pressing is a technique used to temporarily straighten hair. It involves using a heated tool, such as a flat iron, to apply pressure and heat to the hair, which helps to break down the hydrogen bonds in the hair shaft. This process allows the hair to be reshaped and temporarily straightened. However, the effects of hair pressing are not permanent, as the hair will gradually revert back to its natural state over time or with exposure to moisture. Therefore, the correct answer is that hair pressing temporarily straightens hair.

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  • 37. 

    The least diffcult type of hair to press is

    • A.

      Medium curly hair

    • B.

      Wiry curly hair

    • C.

      Resistant curly hair

    • D.

      Virgin hair

    Correct Answer
    A. Medium curly hair
    Explanation
    Medium curly hair is the least difficult type of hair to press because it falls in between wiry curly hair and resistant curly hair in terms of difficulty. Wiry curly hair tends to be more coarse and tightly coiled, making it harder to press and straighten. Resistant curly hair is also difficult to press because it has a strong natural curl pattern that is resistant to straightening. Virgin hair refers to hair that has not been chemically processed, but it can still vary in texture and curl pattern. Therefore, medium curly hair is the least difficult to press out of the given options.

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  • 38. 

    The type of hair that requires the least heat and pressure with a pressing comb is

    • A.

      Medium

    • B.

      Short

    • C.

      Coarse

    • D.

      Fine

    Correct Answer
    D. Fine
    Explanation
    Fine hair requires the least heat and pressure with a pressing comb because it is thinner and more delicate compared to other hair types. Fine hair is more susceptible to damage from excessive heat and pressure, so it needs to be treated with more caution. Using lower heat settings and applying less pressure with a pressing comb helps to prevent breakage and minimize damage to fine hair.

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  • 39. 

    Burnt hair strands

    • A.

      Seal in the hair oil

    • B.

      Help hold certain styles

    • C.

      Cannot be conditioned

    • D.

      Only occur in a hard press

    Correct Answer
    C. Cannot be conditioned
    Explanation
    Burnt hair strands cannot be conditioned because the heat from burning damages the hair cuticles, making them unable to retain moisture. Conditioning treatments are designed to nourish and hydrate the hair, but burnt strands are beyond repair and cannot be restored to their original healthy state. Therefore, conditioning will not have any effect on burnt hair strands.

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  • 40. 

    Pressing combs should be constructed of good quality steel or

    • A.

      Plastic

    • B.

      Hard rubber

    • C.

      Brass

    • D.

      Zinc

    Correct Answer
    C. Brass
    Explanation
    Pressing combs need to be constructed of materials that can withstand high heat without melting or warping. Brass is a suitable material for pressing combs because it has a high melting point and excellent heat conductivity. This allows the comb to heat up evenly and maintain its shape during use. Good quality steel, hard rubber, and plastic may also be suitable materials for pressing combs, but the question specifically mentions brass as one of the correct answers. Zinc, on the other hand, is not a suitable material for pressing combs as it has a lower melting point and may not withstand the high heat required for effective pressing.

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  • 41. 

    The hair and scalp may be conditioned with special hair products hair brushing and

    • A.

      Intense rinsing

    • B.

      Lemon rinses

    • C.

      Dry shampoo

    • D.

      Scalp massage

    Correct Answer
    D. Scalp massage
    Explanation
    Scalp massage is a correct answer because it helps to improve blood circulation to the hair follicles, which in turn promotes hair growth. Massaging the scalp also helps to relax the muscles and reduce stress, which can contribute to healthier hair and scalp. Additionally, scalp massage can help to distribute natural oils throughout the hair, providing nourishment and hydration.

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  • 42. 

    Carbon may be removed from the pressing comb by rubbing with

    • A.

      Pressing oil

    • B.

      Disinfectant

    • C.

      A wet towel

    • D.

      Fine sand paper

    Correct Answer
    D. Fine sand paper
    Explanation
    Fine sandpaper can be used to remove carbon from a pressing comb because it has an abrasive surface that can effectively scrape off the carbon residue. The rough texture of the sandpaper helps to loosen and remove the carbon particles, leaving the pressing comb clean and ready for use.

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  • 43. 

    Do not use ___ when pressing short hair at the temples an back of the neck

    • A.

      Moderate heat

    • B.

      High heat

    • C.

      A pressing comb

    • D.

      A temple comb

    Correct Answer
    B. High heat
    Explanation
    Using high heat when pressing short hair at the temples and back of the neck can cause damage to the hair and scalp. High heat can lead to overexposure and result in hair breakage, dryness, and even burns on the scalp. It is important to use moderate heat when styling short hair to avoid these negative effects and maintain the health and integrity of the hair.

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