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Continuing Education Hairdressing
Continuing Education Hairdressing
When performing a virgin lighter on a client, the color should be applied:
  1. at the base only
  2. at the base first
  3. from ends to mid-strand
  4. away from scalp up to porous ends then scalp
Continuing Education Hairdressing
Continuing Education Food Safety
What is the proper way to wash your hands after picking up trash from the floor?
  1. Wet your hands with warm water, apply soap, rub and thoroughly clean all parts of your hands and fingers, rinse with warm water, then dry your hands
  2. Rinse your hands briefly with very hot water
  3. Rinse your hands for 30 seconds with any temperature water
  4. It is not necessary to wash your hands after picking up trash from the floor
Continuing Education Occupational Safety (OSHA)
Diamond shaped signs indicate:
  1. warning signs
  2. stop signs
  3. railroad crossings
  4. safety hazards
Continuing Education Occupational Safety (OSHA)
What is the purpose of OSHA?
  1. Requiring the use of childproof caps for detergent.
  2. Ensure employers provide clean uniforms.
  3. Enusre employee safety and health.
  4. All the above.
Continuing Education Hairdressing
Which of the following methods would be used if a hair color service results in a darker color than the client desires:
  1. tint back
  2. applying lightener
  3. double process blond
  4. hair color removal technique
Continuing Education Hairdressing
To perform a bevel-under effect, the blade is positioned behind the section of the hair and moved in:
  1. long strokes
  2. curved strokes
  3. a side to side motion
  4. in a back and forth motion
Continuing Education Hairdressing
Continuing Education Occupational Safety (OSHA)
OSHA helps reduce what?
  1. Layoffs, termination, quitting
  2. Injuries, illnesses and death
  3. Theft/stealing
  4. All the above.
Continuing Education Occupational Safety (OSHA)
The 2001 OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) Bloodborne Pathogens Standard requires the use of:
  1. liquid soap
  2. an EPA-registered disinfectant with an efficacy against HIV and HBV or tuberculocidal
  3. sanitation practices
  4. non-corrosive cleaners
Continuing Education Hairdressing
Continuing Education Hairdressing
In a double process blond procedure after rinsing the lightener and checking for scalp abrasions you should:
  1. style the hair
  2. sculpt the hair
  3. mix and apply henna
  4. mix and apply the toner
Continuing Education Hairdressing
Projection the hair below 90 degree would:
  1. build weight
  2. remove bulk
  3. remove weight
  4. shorten lengths
Continuing Education Hairdressing
Angles between 60 and 90 degrees represent:
  1. no elevation
  2. low elevation
  3. high elevation
  4. medium elevation
Continuing Education Occupational Safety (OSHA)
Continuing Education Culinary Arts
Why is it important to gently shake excess milk and egg wash off of filets before dipping them in coater?
  1. Excess milk and egg wash causes lumps in coater, and the more lumps that are present, the longer it will take to rework coater after breading a batch of chicken.
  2. Coater lumps negatively impact appearance and taste of finished product
  3. Both a and b
  4. None of the above
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