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History/Cosmetology

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The Greek word for kosmetikos means: A. skilled in the use of cosmetics B. trained in barbering C. skilled in hair care D. licensed to practice cosmetology A. skilled in the use of cosmetics
Haircutting and hairstyling have been practiced since: A. the glacial age B. the Golden Age of Greece C. the Renaissance D. medieval times A. the glacial age
The first people to use cosmetics were the: A. Mayans B. Vikings C. Celts D. Egyptians D. Egyptians
Henna is a dye extracted from: A. rose petals B. walnut shells C.dried bodies of insects D. the leaves of an ornamental shrub D. the leaves of an ornamental shrub
Nail care was first practiced before 3000 B.C. in: A. Egypt and China B. Northern Europe C. India D. The Americas A. Egypt and China
Women in ancient Rome used hair color to indicate: A. how many children they had B. their class in society C. their marital status D. their religion B. their class in society
When monks and priests were forbidden by Pope Alexander III tg shed blood, they enlisted the help of: A. barbers B. farmers C. servants D. carpenters A. barbers
The barber pole, symbol of the barber-sergeon, has its roots in the early practice of: A. tooth-pulling B. bloodletting C. haircutting D. leeching B. bloodletting
In 1875 the technique of using irons for waving and curling the hair was developed by: A. Charles Nessler B. Marcel Grateau C. Alexandre Godefroy D. Madam C. J. Walker B. Marcel Grateau
The first permanent wave technique that did not require the use of a machine was invented by: A. Evans and McDonough B. Charles Nessler C. Marcel Grateau D. Brisbois and Federmeyer A. Evans and McDonough
An important pioneer of the modern black hair-care and cosmetics industry was: A. Charles Nessler B. Sojourner Truth C. Marcel Grateau D. Madam C. J. Walker D. Madam C. J. Walker
An entry-level cosmetologist may be expected to perform a variety of duties, except for: A. selling retail products to clients B. updating clients records C. paying bills D. making appointments C. paying bills
The first job a new cosmetology graduate is usually offered is: A. haircolor specialist B. salon stylist C. salon manager D. cosmetic chemist B. salon stylist
A client desiring a new wave pattern will require the services of a: A. nail technician B. texture service specialist C. platform artist D. esthetician B. texture service specialist
Working with cancer patients who have suffered hair loss is a gratifying experience for a: A. haircolor specialist B. wig specialist C. nail technician D. texture service specialist B. wig specialist
An esthetician can choose from many employment possibilities, including: A. massage therapist B. nail technician C. celebrity hairstylist D. consultant for a cosmetic company D. consultant for a cosmetic company
To create a new image for a client, a makeup artist: A. performs a manicure B. uses cosmetics to blend and shade C. applies a body wrap D. provides haircolor services B. uses cosmetics to blend and shade
A day spa offers the client: A. a full range of services B. massage therapy only C. esthetic services only D. health and nutritional services only A. a full range of services
To be successful salon manager, is it important to have: A. an eye for color B. styling skills C. creative talent D. the ability to supervise people D. the ability to supervise people
Product educators selling to professionals and salon owners often provide: A. product knowledge classes B. hairstyling techniques C. chemistry classes D. business training A. product knowledge classes
A design team works together to present: A. new salon design B. regulatory issues C. new cosmetic products D. fashion and runway shows D. fashion and runway shows
The salon industry has grown tremendously and annually grosses: A. $ 50 million B. $ 50 billion C. $ 100 million D. $ 1 billion B. $ 50 billion
Government regulatory agencies are inbolved in providing: A. continuing education B. standards for the industry C. trade publications D. job opportunities B. standards for the industry
To develope your career to the maximum, it's important to: A. socialize with other cosmetologists B. continue your education C. always agree with your boss D. find your niche and stay with it B. continue your education
There has been a huge growth in day spas, which offer many specialized treatments inclufing all the following except: A. botox treatments B. nutritional counseling C. aromatherapy D. hydrotherapy A. botox treatments
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