What refers to the growth of an unusual amount of hair on parts of the body normally only bearing downy hair. EX: Faces of wemon
What is an excessive growth or cover of hair especially in women
What is the removal of hair by means of an electric current that destroys the growth cells of hair.
When does {IPL} use intense light to destroy the growth of cells of the hair follicles
During what treatment/ technique is a laser beam is pulsed on skin impairing hair growth
What uses a Caustic alkali preparation that is used for temporary removal of superfluous hair by dissolving it on the skins surface.
What Removes hair from the follicle.
What is the another name for Temporary hair removal method were by cotton thread is twisted along the surface of the skin entwining the thread into the hair and lifting it from the follicle
Wich Temporary hair removal uses a thick sugar based paste that is especially appropriate for sensitive skin types
What is a specialty wax technique that requires the removal of all hair from the front and back of the bikini area.
When using this tool to remove hair it is called___ (Commonly used on eyebrows)
What is the most commonly used form of temporary hair removal.{men facial hair, womens legs.}
Any client with contraindication should sign one of these?
Every client should have a what?
If careless or not following proper procedure you can cause this?
What is One sign you should not perform service on this client because there could be an underlying cause or may make condition worse?
Contrary to popular belief shaving does not cause hair to grow what way?
Threading, sugaring and what may require advanced technique training?
The first line on client history and something that is difficult but we should try and remember is the clients what?
What causes us to ask for a client release form to be signed or a decline of service?

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