Beauty Therapy Level 3 Revision Questions

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Q:1-What is a comedone?
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Pore blocked with sebum
Pore blocked with dirt
Pore blocked with make up
Pore blocked with cleanser

Q:2-How would you adapt a facial for a male client?
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Do not use moisturiser
Do not steam
Do not massage
Do not use cotton wool

Q:3-Where would you find terminal hair?
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On the soles of feet and palms of hands
All over the body
On a baby
On the eyelashes and eyebrows

Q:4-What is mitosis?
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Cell reproduction
Lymph reproduction
Blood reproduction
Waste reproduction

Q:5-What is the correct order of the hair growth cycle?
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Catagen, Anagen, Telogen
Anagen, Catagen, Telogen
Anagen, Telogen, Catagen
Catagen, Telogen, Anagen

Q:6-What is the function of the nail bed?
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Supplies nourishment
Produces new nail cells
Protects the hyponychium
No real function

Q:7-How often should a client come in for a waxing treatment?
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1-2 weeks
3-4 weeks
4-6 weeks
4-8 weeks

Q:8-Which ethnic client group has the least amount of melanin within their skin?
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Q:9-Which one is not a skin condition?
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Broken capillaries

Q:10-What is a contra-action?
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Something that prevents a treatment
Something that restricts a treatment
Something that occurs before a treatment
Something that occurs during or after a treatment

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