Waxing is a popular treatment in a beauty salon. As an estheticist, you must be 100% sure of your technique and make sure your knowledge of waxing is unparalleled. Having a large selection of waxing exam questions is therefore essential to the study plan of any beauty student.
There are 4 different types of wax including:
You must know the difference between each, the ingredients, the temperature at which they should be, the areas of the body on which they are used and how to apply wax, etc.
Another home range must be covered when you study hair removal is the anatomy and physiology part of it, namely the anatomy of the skin and hair.
Take a look at the following hair removal questions and see how much you can answer, try not to look at the answers
1. At what temperature should warm wax be used? (About 43 degrees C)
2. What are the 3 things that make up the hair shaft? (Medulla, Cortex, Cuticle)
3. What are the 3 stages of the hair growth cycle? (Catagen, Telogen, Anagen)
4. What type of wax is ideally used on stronger and shorter hairs? (Hot)
5. Where is sebum produced? (Sebaceous glands)
How did you do it? These are the most basic questions you need to know if you were not able to answer any of them, then you need to modify your review plan.
Many of the terms you must learn can be very difficult to remember as the repeated use of your review questions will greatly improve your chances of retaining information.
Many review organizations such as ITEC, VTCT, NVQ and CIDESCO offer multiple choice questions as exam format. Here are some examples of this type of hair removal exam questions:
01. Which endocrine gland is known as the master gland?
d) Pituitary gland – Answer
02. Hot waxes are often made of mixtures of;
a) Resin and oil
b) Glucose syrup and honey
c) Glucose syrup and zinc oxide – Answer
d) Honey and witch hazel
03. Which of the following causes is a cause of ingrown hairs?
a) Too much exfoliation
b) Oily skin
c) Hot wax
d) Bad Waxing Technique – Answer
04. What is the composition of the cortex?
a) Thin, unpigmented flat cells
b) Thick and pigmented cells
c) Several layers of closely packed elongated cells – Answer
d) Several layers of tightly packed endothelial cells
The secret to passing your wax exam is to have a structured revision plan that includes various exam questions and quizzes that you can revise .