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QUATS
Quaternary Ammonium Compounds
Disinfect, Presanitize, Then Disinfect For 10-15 Min
Alcohol
Flammable, Colorless, Evaporates Quickly
70%-90% Is Best
Sodium Hypochlorite
Also Known As Bleach
5%-10% Mixture
Phenols
High pH Disinfectant
Mainly Used For Metal Implements
Accelerated Hydrogen Peroxide (AHP)
Needs Changed Every 14 Days
Non-Toxic
Respiration
Exchanging Carbon Dioxide and Oxygen
Lungs
Organ Responsable For Inhaling and Exhaling
Pushers
Metal or Wooden Tool Used To Push Cuticles Back
Nail Rasp
Metal File With Grooves Used To File Free Edge On Toes
Activator
A Catalyst To Help Quicken Drying Time Of The Nail Wrap Resin
Polymer
The Acrylic Powder, Which Is Combined With Liquid (Monomer) To Form Sculpting Product For Acrylic Nails
Fabric Wraps
Uses A Combonation Of Fabric, Resin, and A Catalyst
Adds Strength and Durability
Can Be Made Of Silk, Fiberglass, Linen, or Papper
Tips
Made From High Quality Plastic
Adds Strength and Length To Nails
Primer
Liquid Solution Containing Methacrylic Acid
Is Applied Lightly To Nail Plate Before Acrylic Product To Help Stick To Nail
Top Coat
Sealant
Protects Polish
Base Coat
Protects Nail From Stains
Tip Cutters
Metal Tool To Cut Tips With Little Stress On Plastic Nail Tip
Monomer
Acrylic Liquid
Mixed With A Powder (Polymer) To Form Sculpting Product
Humerus
Upper Bone Of The Arm
#1
#1
Ulna
Larger Inner Bone Of The Forearm
Pinky Side Of The Arm
#3
#3
Radius
Outer Smaller Bone Of The Forearm
Thumb Side Of Arm
#2
#2
Phalanges
"Digits"
Also Known As Fingers
#1
#1
Metacarpals
5 Long Bones That Form The Palm Of The Hand
#2
#2
Carpals
8 Small Bones That Form The Wrist
#3
#3
Femur
Also Known As The Thigh Bone
#1
#1
Petella
Also Known As The Knee Cap
#2
#2
Tibia
Also Known As The Shin Bone
#3
#3
Fibula
Smaller Of The 2 Bones That Form The Lower Leg
#4
#4
Tarsals
5 Long Bones That Form The Ankle
#1
#1
Metatarsal
5 Bones That Form The Arch Of The Foot
#2
#2
Phalanges
14 Bones That Form The Toes
Under #2
Under #2
Extensor
Muscles That Causes Joints To Straighten and Body Parts To Stretch
These Muscles Make The Wrist and Fingers Straighten Out
#1
#1
Pronator
Muscles That Turns The Forearm and Hand Inward So Palm Faces Down
#2
#2
Flexor
Muscles That Causes The Joints To Bend and Produce The Bending and Curling Of The Wrist and Fingers
#3
#3
Supinator
Muscle That Turns The Forearm and Hand Outward So The Palm Faces Upward
#4
#4
Adductor
Muscle That Pulls The Fingers Together
#1
#1
Abductor
Muscle That Spreads or Separates The Fingers
#2
#2
Opponens
A Group of Adductor Muscles
Located In The Palm Of The Hand
Muscle That Draws The Thumb Toward The Fingers
#3Tibia
#3
Tibialis Anterior
Muscle That Covers The Front of The Shin and Bends The Foot
#1
#1
Peroneus Longus
The Longer of The Two Muscles Responsible For Rotating The Foot Down and Out
#2
#2
Tibialis Posterior
The Key Stabilizing Muscle of the Lower Leg and Helps The Foot Flex Inward
#3
#3
Peroneus Brevis
The Shorter Of The Two Muscles Responsible For Rotating The Foot Down and Out
#4
#4
Gastrocnemius
A Muscle Located In The Calf That Pulls The Foot Down
It Is Attached To The Lower Portion Of The Heel
#5
#5
Soleus
A Muscle That Is Attached To the Lower Heel
It Stabilizes The Leg and Pulls The Foot Down
#6
#6
Extensor
Muscle That Straightens or Stretches and Extends The Toes
#1
#1
Abductor
Muscle That Moves The Foot Away From The Body and Spreads The Toes
#2
#2
Adductor
Muscle That Moves The Foot Towards The Body and Draws The Toes Together
#3
#3
Flexor Digiti Minimi
Muscle That Controls The Little Toe
#4
#4
Flexor
Muscle That Helps Support The Extensor By Keeping The Toes Straight
#5
#5
Median Nerve
The Smallest Of The 3 Arm and Hand Nerves
#1
#1
Radial Nerve
Nerve That Runs Along The Thumb Side and Back Of The Hand
#2
#2
Ulnar Nerve
Nerve That Runs Along The Pinky Side and Palm Of The Hand
#3
#3
Digital Nerve
Nerve Located In The Fingers and Toes
#4
#4
Sciatic Nerve
Longest and Largest Nerve In The Body
#1
#1
Common Peroneal Nerve
A Division Of The Sciatic Nerve That Starts Behind The Knee and Wraps To The Front Of The Fibula
#2
#2
Deep Peroneal Nerve
Nerve That Supplies Impulses To The Top Of The Foot and The First and Second Toes
#3
#3
Tibial Nerve
Nerve That Runs Behind The Knee
Supplies Impulses To The Calf Muscle, Heel, Sole, Skin of Leg, Knee and Bottom Of Toes
#4
#4
Saphenous Nerve
Nerve That Supplies Impulses For The Inner Side Of The Leg
#6
#6
Sural Nerve
Nerve That Supplies Impulses For The Outer Side and Back of The Foot and Leg
#6
#6
Superficial Peroneal Nerve
Also Known As The Musculocutaneous Nerve
#7
#7
Dorsal Nerve
Part Of The Sapheneous Nerve
#8
#8
Onychosis
The General Term For Any Disease or Deformity
Onychomycosis (Tinea Unguium)
Fungal Infection Of The Nail
Also Known As Ringworm
Tinea Pedis
Also Known As Athlete's Foot
A Fungal Infection That Can Occure On The Feet and/or Toes and Spread To The Toenails
Onychia
Inflammation Of The Nail Matrix
Can Have Pus
Onycholysis
Loosening Of The Nail Plate Without Shedding
Methyl Methacrylate (MMA)
A Type Of Monomer
Is Colorless,Volatile, Flammable Liquid Compound That Polymerizes Readily
Is Used Especially As A Monomer For Acrylic Resin
Polymerization
The Chemical REaction That Creates Polymers
Also Known As Curing or Hardening
Inhibition Layer
The Sticky Film-Like Layer That Forms On The Top Of The Nail Enhancement
Microtrauma
Tiny Cuts
Reflexology
Based On The Use Of Reflex Points Located Throughout The Hands, Feet, and Head That Are Linked To Other Parts Of The Body