Nail Technician Professional - Qp8

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    UV Gel is sometimes referred to as a mix of liquid monomer and powder polymer.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    UV Gel is not a mix of liquid monomer and powder polymer. UV Gel is a type of nail enhancement product that is applied in layers and then cured under a UV lamp. It is a gel-like substance that is already in a ready-to-use form and does not require mixing of liquid monomer and powder polymer. Therefore, the given statement is false.

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  • 2. 

    Which of the following is used for curing/polymerisation of nails?

    • A.

      UVA

    • B.

      UVB

    • C.

      UVC

    Correct Answer
    A. UVA
    Explanation
    UVA is used for curing/polymerisation of nails. UVA rays have a longer wavelength and can penetrate deeper into the nail, allowing for the curing and hardening of the nail polish or gel. UVB and UVC rays have shorter wavelengths and are not typically used for this purpose.

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  • 3. 

    A photo initiator which, when blasted by UV light, sets the reaction off, and all the oligomers join to form a solid polymer.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The given statement explains the process of polymerization using a photo initiator that is activated by UV light. When the photo initiator is exposed to UV light, it triggers a reaction where the oligomers combine and form a solid polymer. This is a true statement as it accurately describes the process of polymerization using a photo initiator and UV light.

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  • 4. 

    Select three disadvantages of using gel on nails.

    • A.

      Can not be filed when new growth appears, can't be buffed back to a shine

    • B.

      Not flexible, shiny and does not hold onto natural nail

    • C.

      Difficult to remove

    • D.

      Can be a skin irritant if comes into contact with skin

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Can not be filed when new growth appears, can't be buffed back to a shine
    C. Difficult to remove
    D. Can be a skin irritant if comes into contact with skin
    Explanation
    Gel nails cannot be filed when new growth appears, meaning that as the natural nail grows, the gel cannot be reshaped or adjusted. Additionally, they cannot be buffed back to a shine, which may result in a dull appearance over time. Gel nails are difficult to remove, requiring special techniques and products, which can be time-consuming and potentially damaging to the natural nail. Lastly, if the gel comes into contact with the skin, it can cause irritation, making it important to apply and remove the gel carefully.

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  • 5. 

    Which is the correct sequence for gel nail enhancements?

    • A.

      Start with the thumb, middle finger then little finger then balance of fingers

    • B.

      Start with little finger, then ring, middle, index and finally the thumb

    • C.

      Start with thumb, index finger, middle finger, the ring finger then the little finger

    Correct Answer
    B. Start with little finger, then ring, middle, index and finally the thumb
  • 6. 

    Select five procedures for gel application:

    • A.

      Push back cuticle to expose natural nail, remove soft tissue with soft or medium file then wipe nail with nail prep or acetone.

    • B.

      Cut away cuticle, file and buff nail and apply varnish to nail

    • C.

      Cut well out of selected tips to ensure maximum chemical bonding, click tip to free edge of nail plate and use runny adhesive

    • D.

      Cut end with one-cut clippers, file and blend into nail bed, buff with soft file over entire tip then wipe with lint free wipe soaked in acetone

    • E.

      Apply bonder-type gel by rubbing in a thin coat, leave to dry up to 3 minutes, apply second coat and cure for two minutes, product will self level.

    • F.

      Check nail and file if necessary, apply finishing gel and finally apply varnish or oil and allow to dry

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Push back cuticle to expose natural nail, remove soft tissue with soft or medium file then wipe nail with nail prep or acetone.
    C. Cut well out of selected tips to ensure maximum chemical bonding, click tip to free edge of nail plate and use runny adhesive
    D. Cut end with one-cut clippers, file and blend into nail bed, buff with soft file over entire tip then wipe with lint free wipe soaked in acetone
    E. Apply bonder-type gel by rubbing in a thin coat, leave to dry up to 3 minutes, apply second coat and cure for two minutes, product will self level.
    F. Check nail and file if necessary, apply finishing gel and finally apply varnish or oil and allow to dry
    Explanation
    The correct answer includes a step-by-step procedure for gel application. It starts with pushing back the cuticle to expose the natural nail and removing any soft tissue using a soft or medium file. The nail is then wiped with nail prep or acetone. Next, selected tips are cut well to ensure maximum chemical bonding and then clicked onto the free edge of the nail plate using runny adhesive. The ends of the tips are cut with one-cut clippers, filed, and blended into the nail bed. The entire tip is buffed with a soft file and wiped with a lint-free wipe soaked in acetone. A bonder-type gel is applied by rubbing in a thin coat and left to dry for up to 3 minutes. A second coat is applied and cured for two minutes, allowing the product to self-level. The nail is checked and filed if necessary. Finishing gel is applied, followed by varnish or oil, and allowed to dry.

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  • 7. 

    When applying bonder-type gel, following rule is important : THICK-THIN-THICK to be remembered.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The given statement states that when applying bonder-type gel, the rule to remember is THICK-THIN-THICK. However, the correct answer is False. Without the "The correct answer is" statement, it can be inferred that the rule mentioned in the statement is not important or accurate when applying bonder-type gel.

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  • 8. 

    Apply finishing gel thinly.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The statement suggests that one should apply finishing gel thinly. Since there is no further context or information provided, it can be assumed that this statement is true.

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  • 9. 

    UV Gel, a type of plastic, belongs to the acrylic family of chemicals, ultra violet light is involved in the curing of the product.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    UV Gel is indeed a type of plastic that belongs to the acrylic family of chemicals. It is used in various applications, particularly in the beauty industry for nail enhancements. The curing process of UV Gel involves the use of ultra violet light, which helps harden and solidify the gel. Therefore, the statement is true.

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