Retail, Bridal & Special Events Final Exam

Welcome to your Retail, Bridal & Special Events Final Exam

In order to graduate from this course you must complete the following test with a 70% or better grade.

This test will pull questions from every aspect of this program. If you do not feel ready, please stop now and review the course material before proceeding. (This is especially important for those students that are completing a certificate program.)

This test will consist of multiple choice questions.

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1. A Freelance Makeup Artist can not work in retail, bridal, salon and special events
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A Freelance Makeup Artist can work full-time, part time and on call.

3. A good cosmetics salesperson loves sales, is motivated by what they are selling and transfers their enthusiasm to the customer.
4. A Retail, bridal & Special Events Makeup Artist's marketing tools include: resume, portfolio, website and business cards.
5. Always use a disposable mascara wand or clean spoolie each time you dip into the product.
6. As a bridal makeup artist you may be asked to do a second application between the ceremony and the reception.
7. Bacteria from brushes and hands can not lead to several different skin irritations.
8. Cross-selling refers to selling products that are shaped like crosses.
9. Five common bridal looks are:
10. For liquid or cream foundation use a sponge or your fingers for sheer coverage.
11. In makeup application Color Matching relates to matching the foundation tone to your client's skin tone.
12. In order to achieve perfect blending you do not need to start with a face that is clean and moisturized.
13. In sales, ABC = "Always Be Careful".
14. It is okay to bring your home problems to work.
15. It is okay to fight or argue on the job.
16. Many city & local governments mandate hygiene practices in doctor's offices, hospitals, spas, salons, and cosmetic retailers.
17. Match the Color Scheme Term to the correct information. Analogous Colors:
18. Match the Color Scheme Term to the correct information. Complimentary Colors:
19. Match the Color Scheme Term to the correct information. Monochromatic Colors:
20. Match the Color Scheme Term to the correct information. Primary Colors:
21. Match the Color Scheme Term to the correct information. Secondary Colors:
22. Match the Color Scheme Term to the correct information. Split-Analogous Colors Scheme:
23. Match the Color Scheme Term to the correct information. Split-Complimentary Colors Scheme:
24. Match the Color Scheme Term to the correct information. Tertiary Colors:
25. Match the Color Scheme Term to the correct information. Tetrads:
26. Match the Color Scheme Term to the correct information. Triadic Colors:
27. Match the eye type to the correct goal of the application. Close Set Eyes:
28. Match the eye type to the correct goal of the application. Flat Set Eyes:
29. Match the eye type to the correct goal of the application. Large Eyes:
30. Match the eye type to the correct goal of the application. Mature Eyes:
31. Match the eye type to the correct goal of the application. Small Eyes:
32. Match the eye type to the correct goal of the application. Wide Set Eyes:
33. Match the Face Shape to the Application Tip. Heart Shaped Face:
34. Match the Face Shape to the Application Tip. Long Shaped Face:
35. Match the Face Shape to the Application Tip. Oval Shaped Face:
36. Match the Face Shape to the Application Tip. Pear Shaped Face:
37. Match the Face Shape to the Application Tip. Round Shaped Face:
38. Match the Face Shape to the Application Tip. Square Shaped Face:
39. Match the instructions to the correct goal. To get the right color:
40. Match the instructions to the correct goal. To get the right finish:
41. Match the instructions to the correct goal. To get the right shade:
42. Match the lip type to the correct goal of the makeup application. Full Lips:
43. Match the lip type to the correct goal of the makeup application. Thin Lips:
44. Match the lip type to the correct goal of the makeup application. Uneven Lips:
45. Moisturizer, Primer and other products can be mixed together.
46. Sponges & powder puffs do not need to be washed and sterilized after each application.
47. The image of a makeup artist is based on the way you look, talk and behave.
48. The makeup artist portfolio must reflect the job for which they are pursuing
49. The special events that a Freelance Makeup Artist can work at include:
50. To sell products it is not vital that you know the products inside and out.
51. To work in the consumer market a makeup artist must understand color and skin tone.
52. Wedding & special event locations include: churches, banquet halls, hotels and private estates.
53. When applying foundation, start in the middle and blend outward.
54. When blending eyeshadows make sure to blend in an outward direction
55. When finished blending you do not need to set your makeup.
56. When interviewing for a job a makeup artist must never look neat or well groomed.
57. When interviewing for a retail position a makeup artist should have extensive knowledge as it relates to the company...
58. When selling cosmetics a makeup artist should make sure the products are right for the customer.
59. You can apply concealer with your fingers or a brush depending on how much coverage you require.
60. You must choose the foundation as necessary for the skin type, tone and coverage.
61. You should adjust your look and style for the company you are working for.