The Nail Specialty Examination – New York State Laws and Regulation practice quiz helps students prepare for the written exam to obtain a license in nail technician. It covers sanitation, safety, and infection control, with carefully crafted questions testing knowledge of laws and regulations. By taking the quiz, students can assess understanding and identify areas for review. It’s an invaluable tool for those looking to ensure they have the knowledge and skills to provide safe and effective nail services in New York State.

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#1. According to the New York State rules and regulations, if any person fails to file application for the renewal within five years, nail specialty license can not be renewed if such person have to:

#2. According to the New York State rules and regulations, civil penalty that failure to display the nail specialty license.

#3. According to the New York State rules and regulations, the use of the following is prohibited.

#4. Single use or disposable items.

#5. The presence in the workplace of fluids and powders shall be presumptive evidence as non-compliance.

#6. Disinfectants used for processing implements as a hospital grade disinfectant approved by:

#7. Process that renders an object safe for internal contact or skin penetration.

#8. Detailed information bulletin regarding flammable and combustible chemicals.

#9. Highest flammable agents.

#10. Disinfectant agent are not used common in the salon.

#11. Household bleach contains a/an.

#12. Visible destruction.

#13. Lowest level contamination

#14. Toxic effect long time period.

#15. Neutralize alkalis

#16. Physical agent

#17. Disadvantage of phenolics

#18. Substance that can caused by cancer.

#19. Temperature at which a liquid will give off enough flammable vapor to ignite.

#20. After soaking in the water, nail tips application without dry are dangerous for the client due to.

#21. Communicable diseases means.

#22. Pathogenic bacteria that grow in chains.

#23. Abscesses are infection of.

#24. Bacteria that most difficult to kill.

#25. The most common bacteria.

#26. Bacteria have hairlike projections know as.

#27. It destroys the immunte system, the white blood cells and antitoxins produced in the body.

#28. The maintenance of normal, internal stability in the body.

#29. Animal parasites.

#30. Vegetable parasite

#31. Immunity which is produced by injection of vaccine.

#32. Cell which encloses the cytoplasm controls the transportation of substances in and out of the cells.

#33. Tissue that carries messages to and from the brain, and controls and coordinates all body functions.

#34. Tissue which is a protective covering on body surfaces.

#35. Organ that digest food

#36. System that regulates the activities of the glands and blood vessels.

#37. Bands of sheets of fibrous tissue that support the bones at joints.

#38. Thumb consist of phalanges of.

#39. Foot bones that consist of seven ankle of.

#40. Muscles of the face, arm and leg are.

#41. Muscles which located in the palm of the hand and act to bring the thumb toward the fingers.

#42. Nervous system controls function of the five senses (seeing, smelling, tasting, feeling, hearing).

#43. Nerves that carry impulses or message from sense organs to the brain.

#44. Blood vessels which are thick-walled tubes that carry oxygen from the heart.

#45. Thin-walled blood vessels.

#46. Paris that extends beyond the fingertip.

#47. Parts which is the light-colored half-moon shape at the base of the nail.

#48. The part of the skin that under the free edge of the nail.

#49. Parts which contains nerves together with lymph and blood vessels.

#50. It is caused by air bubbles, a bruise and is condition in which spots appear on the nails.

#51. Nails disorder that can be served by a nail techinician.

#52. The common condition of the forward growth of the cuticle.

#53. It is an infectious disease caused by a fungus.

#54. It is a serious condition as a result of trauma

#55. Blood vessels and nerves, glands are not contained inthis layer.

#56. The sebum gland called.

#57. A structural change in tissue caused by injury and disease.

#58. Open lesion of skin.

#59. Psoriasis is a inflammation of.

#60. This is a serious viral infection.

#61. It is a congenital absence of melanin pigment in the body.

#62. Skin covers every part of the body and protects it by.

#63. Epidermis contains a dark skin pigment, called.

#64. It is not primary color.

#65. Warm color.

#66. Darkness of color determines by.

#67. Chemical agent that contain sodium hydroxides.

#68. Nail shape easy to break

#69. When the nip cuticles, be careful not to cut into sin around fingertip because of.

#70. Polish application which leaves 1/16 inch margin on each side of nail plate.

#71. Massage which do not pressure one place over few minutes.

#72. Jaques movement.

#73. During the pedicure, procedure before callous removal.

#74. During the pedicure, parts of massage movement on the foot except.

#75. The process of soaking the feet prior to the pedicure procedure is.

#76. During the tip procedure, sharp-edged tip injure.

#77. After two weeks fabric wraps are maintained with.

#78. Thinkest and opaquest fabric wrap is.

#79. Liquid acrylic is a type of.

#80. During the acrylic nail procedure, safety glasses is protected.

#81. During the acrylic nail procedure, what is an ingredient that speed up the hardening process.

#82. During the non-light gel application, if you use a spray, hold it at least _____ inch away from the client's nails.

#83. Pathongenic bacteria such as abscesses, pustules, and boils.

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