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The portion of the hair that is inside the hair follicle under the skin's surface is called hair:
  1. root
  2. fiber or shaft
  3. shaft
  4. strand
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What kind of shampoos will make hair dry and brittle?
  1. shampoos with a high pH
  2. shampoos that are acid-balanced
  3. shampoos with a pH of 4.5 to 5.5
  4. shampoos with a low pH
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It is said that 80% of a hair designer's success is based on:
  1. communication skills
  2. technical skills
  3. form
  4. color
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When changing the color of hair, the stylist must keep in mind that the final hair color is the combination of the artificial pigment applied to the hair and:
  1. the existing pigment
  2. the amount of conditioner
  3. the client's wishes
  4. the client's natural skin tones
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Analyzing pigmentation of client's hair, skin, eyes and lips helps to determine the most flattering:
  1. hair texture
  2. hair color
  3. shape of glasses
  4. hair volume
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Symmetrical shapes are                 at both ends.
  1. beveled
  2. straight
  3. shorter
  4. equal
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Hair is an example of:
  1. an element
  2. a form of protein
  3. a mixture
  4. a solution
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Tone describes whether a color is:
  1. warm or cool
  2. mild or strong
  3. bright or dull
  4. light or dark
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There are two lines in the universe. They are
  1. straight and round
  2. straight and curved
  3. straight and diagonal
  4. diagonal and curved
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When lightening hair for the first time, what technique should be used?
  1. base to ends
  2. midstrand to ends, then base
  3. ends to base
  4. base, then midstrand to ends
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A form of finger styling that involves squeezing the hair to introduce a texture pattern that the hair responds to naturally is:
  1. scrunching
  2. thermal ironing
  3. hair pressing
  4. backcombing
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The number of individual hair strands on one square inch of scalp is hair:
  1. texture
  2. crown
  3. density
  4. length
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For control during haircutting, the hair is divided into uniform working areas called:
  1. foundations
  2. uneven
  3. parts
  4. sections
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What colors are produced by mixing two primary colors in equal proportions?
  1. secondary
  2. tertiary
  3. infrared
  4. ultraviolet
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In the haircutting procedure, reference points are used to establish:
  1. head shapes
  2. design lines
  3. blunt cutting
  4. foundation lines
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As a general rule, a 20 volume peroxide solution will lift the hair:
  1. two levels
  2. three levels
  3. four levels
  4. five levels
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The diameter of the tool or pincurl will determine the:
  1. length of the stem
  2. size of the base
  3. size of the curl
  4. direction of the curl
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A version of the slicing technique that creates a visual separation in the hair is:
  1. carving
  2. notching
  3. thinning
  4. pulling
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A good haircut begins with an understanding of the:
  1. body form
  2. head form
  3. body posture
  4. facial expression
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A small haircutting tool used to create crisp outlines is a:
  1. feather blade
  2. trimmer
  3. razor
  4. texture shear
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