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2 Introduction Thank you for participating in the State of Washington licensing process. To obtain your license, the Washington State Department of Licensing requires you to pass a written and a practical exam after you complete your program. Read this entire Exam Preparation Guide. It has information you need to complete the exam process. You can also find this information online at This Exam Preparation Guide includes written and practical exam information. There are checklists for your use on the last pages of this Exam Preparation Guide to make sure you are bringing what you need on your practical exam day. National Testing Network is contracted to administer the examinations and provide candidate services for the State of Washington. To submit a question, click the Contact Support link on Copyright 2013 National Testing Network, Inc. Page 2

3 E X A M I N A T I O N R E Q U I R E M E N T S Requirements to Sign Up for an Exam Requirements on the Day of Your Exam Required Identification You must be at least 17 years of age and within 80 hours of completing your program to sign up for your exam. On the day you come to take the exam, you must have finished your program and all of your hours must be reported by your school or referring program on the website. For entry into your exam, you are required to provide originals of qualifying pieces of identification. Your name is required to match your name exactly as listed in your online account. Two forms of government issued identification (see below) are required. o One piece of identification must include a current photo. Your name is required to match on both forms unless you also bring documentation of name change (for example, official court document indicating name change, etc.). Accepted as Identification Original Identification With Photo U.S. or Foreign Driver s License valid, or expired within one year U.S. Armed Services ID Card - with photo and signature U.S. or Foreign Passport valid, or expired within one year Federal or State Employee ID Card valid, shows your signature and photo State issued ID Card with photo valid, or expired within one year Immigration ID valid, with signature from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service U.S. Certificate of Citizenship or Naturalization with signature and photo U.S. Permanent Resident Card valid, with your signature and photo Tribal ID card Original Identification Without Photo Certified Birth Certificate original or certified document Social Security Card (not laminated) or Tax Payer ID Letter Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) ID letter or card Certified Washington Birth Registration Card U.S. Visa valid, or expired within one year Voter s Card Medicare card Social Security Administration receipt of name change / replacement card Examples of Items Not Accepted as Identification Copies of ID Bus passes Cosmetology license Credit cards Costco Card Jury summons School ID Gun permit Car insurance card Food Handler s Card Car registration Medical marijuana card Copyright 2013 National Testing Network, Inc. Page 3

4 S C H E D U L I N G A N D T A K I N G T H E E X A M S Getting Started To take your written and practical exams, you need to be referred online at by your school, your apprenticeship program or by the Department of Licensing. A temporary username and password for you will be issued to them. What to expect from your school or referring agency: They refer you online. They obtain and give you a temporary username and password. They report all of your completed curriculum hours on the website by the time you report for your exam. As a candidate, it is your responsibility to: Make contact with your school, or the referring agency, to get the exam process started. Read and be familiar with this Exam Preparation Guide by the day of your exam. Use your temporary username and password to create your own personal username and password online given to you by your school or the referring agency. Go online to schedule the date and time of your written and practical exams. (You need to use your personal username and password for scheduling both exams.) Exam Locations and Scheduling Payments Go to to see exam locations and schedule your exam. Choose any available time and date at the location you prefer for both your written and practical exams. You may take your exams in any order. You must schedule exams yourself online. Walk-in candidates are not admitted to examinations and testing centers cannot schedule candidates. The practical exam fee is $120 and the written exam fee is $60. You can pay by credit card online. If you cannot pay by credit card, log into your account at Click on Pay by Check and print the form you need. Send the form along with your money order or cashier s check to National Testing Network. In about two weeks you will receive a voucher you can use to go back online and schedule your exam. Copyright 2013 National Testing Network, Inc. Page 4

5 S C H E D U L I N G A N D T A K I N G T H E E X A M S Special Accommodations Requests For those with special needs, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accommodations are available. You may request accommodations by completing the Request for Accommodations form (parts A, B and C) when you log into your account online for the first time. Requests must be made in advance and supported by documentation from a physician. Requests must be made and accepted prior to scheduling your exams with accommodations. You will be notified of the result of your request. Languages The practical exam is only offered in English. The written exam is computerized and offered in English, Korean, Spanish and Vietnamese. You will select the language you prefer when you begin the exam. You can change the language anytime you want during the exam. If you prefer your written exam in a language other than those listed above, submit your request for use of a dictionary during your exam to Requests must be made and accepted prior to scheduling your written exam. You will be notified of the result of your request. Arrival Time Make sure you have the correct date, time, and location of your exam. Arrive 30 minutes before your scheduled exam time so you have plenty of time for registration. Late Arrival Policy Getting Your License After Passing Need Help? Entrance to the examination closes at test time. No candidate who arrives late will be admitted. No exam will be delayed waiting for a late arrival. If you are late for your exam, you must go online to reschedule and pay for another exam at a later time. Once you have passed both the written and practical exams, you will be able to apply for your license and pay your license fee directly through The fee for obtaining your license is $30, which includes the $25 license fee and a $5 processing fee. After your payment is received, your application will be sent to the Washington Department of Licensing for processing. You must receive your license before you can perform services on clients. If you need help with this process, contact us anytime by clicking the Contact Support link on Copyright 2013 National Testing Network, Inc. Page 5

6 E X A M R U L E S No Study Materials No textbooks or other study materials are allowed in exam rooms. Personal Belongings and Attire No Digital Devices Talking No Cheating No Disruptions No Drinking, Eating, Chewing, or Smoking Stay Within Your Workstation Breaks No Visitors Rule Violations Appeals Process No purses, backpacks or other personal belongings are allowed in exam rooms. Such items may not be accessed during the exam. Candidates must remove all jackets, sweaters, scarfs, or other bulky clothing. If you are wearing long sleeves they must be pulled up. No weapons of any kind are allowed in the facility. National Testing Network assumes no responsibility or liability for any personal items in the facility. No digital devices (cell phones, pagers, mp3 players, data sticks, cameras, voice recorders, watches, etc.) are allowed in exam rooms. During the exams, speak politely and only to test proctors and evaluators. Do not speak to other candidates, unless specifically directed or permitted to do so by a test proctor or evaluator. (Raise your hand if you need assistance during an exam.) Cheating or falsifying information is not tolerated. No disruptive behavior or unnecessary noise is allowed. No eating, drinking, gum chewing, toothpick chewing, or smoking is allowed. No food or beverages may be brought into the exam facility. (Drinking water is available.) Candidates and their test items must remain within the boundaries of their assigned workstations. Bending or leaning into someone else s work area is not allowed. No timeout for breaks is given during exams. You must get permission from an evaluator or an administrator to leave your station. Candidates are not allowed to have companions or visitors in the exam. Any candidates who violate exam rules or who do not show respect for the professional exam setting, will be required to leave the examination site. Their opportunity to sit for the examination will be forfeited. Their answer sheets will be voided. A voided answer sheet will not be scored and the examination fee will not be refunded. Those who cheat may also be responsible for damages based on copyright and trademark law violations. Some violations can result in the candidate not being allowed to retest for one year (see WAC next page). Washington State examination appeals are addressed in WAC The department will consider only appeals regarding significant procedural errors or adverse environmental conditions during exam administration. Please contact the department within 15 days after the date of notification of exam results. The appeal must be made in writing and can be sent to or to P.O. Box 9026, Olympia, WA. Copyright 2013 National Testing Network, Inc. Page 6

7 W A S H I N G T O N S T A T E E X A M I N A T I O N C O D E O F C O N D U C T Examination Code of Conduct WAC (1) Applicants will be required to refrain from: (a) Talking to other examinees during the examination unless specifically directed or permitted to do so by a test monitor. (b) Attempting to communicate or record any information by any means. (c) Holding in their possession any unauthorized materials during any portion of the examination. (d) Removing test materials and/or notes from the testing room. (e) Disruptive behavior as determined by the department. (2) Applicants who participate in any activity listed in subsection (1) of this section will be required to leave the examination site. Their opportunity to sit for the examination will be forfeited. Their answer sheet will be voided. A voided answer sheet will not be scored and the examination fee will not be refunded. (3) Any applicant who was removed from the testing site for any of the reasons listed in subsection (1) of this section will be denied for testing for one year. Copyright 2013 National Testing Network, Inc. Page 7

8 F R E Q U E N T L Y A S K E D Q U E S T I O N S How and when do I find out about my exam results? What is the passing score? Your exam results will be posted on your online account page within one week after you complete your exam. (The employees at exam locations do not have access to exam scores and cannot answer questions related to your performance on any exam.) Candidates are required to pass both the written exam and the practical exam to be licensed in the State of Washington. Passing score for the written exam is a scaled score of 75. Passing score for the practical exam is a scaled score of 75. Candidates scoring less than a scaled score of 75 on the written exam must take the entire written exam again. Candidates scoring less than a scaled score of 75 on the practical exam must retake the entire practical exam again. When can I retake an exam? You can go online and sign up to retake the written exam or practical exam at a later time. You must wait one day to take the exam again. What is the cancellation and refund policy? Exam fees are not refundable. Exams can be rescheduled by clicking the Contact Support link on and submitting a support ticket a minimum of 7 calendar days prior to your exam date. Schedule changes are not allowed outside of the 7 day policy. What is the policy on extreme weather and emergency closure? In case of extreme weather conditions or other emergencies that warrant closure of any testing center, you will be notified by the testing center as soon as possible. When possible, you will be notified at least two hours before your scheduled time. After you receive notification from the testing center, exams can be rescheduled by clicking the Contact Support link on and submitting a weather re-schedule support ticket. Is my score valid in other states? The State of Washington has no control over what is accepted in other states. Do I have to take the exam for things that are not taught in my program? This is the national licensing exam. You must be prepared in all areas shown. Copyright 2013 National Testing Network, Inc. Page 8

9 W R I T T E N T E S T A D M I N I S T R A T I O N Written Exam Time 90 minutes Computerized Testing The written exam is administered on computer. You will need to use a mouse and basic keyboarding. Exam administrators will give clear instructions and can help if you have trouble using the computer. During your exam, you will be able to go back to any question and review and change your answer. Languages The written exam is available in English, Korean, Spanish, or Vietnamese. You may switch between languages anytime during the exam. All Testing Materials are Provided All materials you need to take the written exam are provided to you by the test administrator at the time of your exam. No other materials or personal belongings are allowed at the workstation where you take the exam. T I P S F O R T A K I N G T H E W R I T T E N E X A M Read directions Avoid careless errors by understanding what you are to do before you start. Read questions thoroughly Read every question carefully before you answer it. The most common reason people miss questions when they know the material is that they do not read the questions carefully. Read all answers before choosing Read all answers before making your choice. Even if you come to an answer that looks good, one of the answers below it may look better. Answer every question You might choose the right answer even if you are not sure. Rule out the answers you know are wrong and then go ahead and make a choice. Don t spend too much time on one question If you have a hard time with a question, move on and make a note to come back to that question later. Double check answers If you finish early, use time left to review and check your answers. Copyright 2013 National Testing Network, Inc. Page 9

10 NATIONAL NAIL TECHNOLOGY (MANICURING) WRITTEN EXAMINATION CANDIDATE INFORMATION BULLETIN Please visit for the most current bulletin prior to testing. The National Nail Technology (Manicuring) Examination is the national licensure examination for Nail Technicians (Manicurists), which is developed and administered by the National-Interstate Council of State Boards of Cosmetology (NIC). This Information Bulletin includes the content outline covered by the NIC National Nail Technology (Manicuring) examination, sample questions, and answers. The time allowed for the Nail Technology (Manicuring) written examination is 90 minutes. SCIENTIFIC CONCEPTS 45% Understand infection control procedures as it relates to: Bacteria and how they are spread Viruses and how they are spread Fungi and how they are spread Methods of sanitation Methods of disinfection Methods of sterilization Nail services Sanitizing and disinfecting circulating and noncirculating pedicure tubs Dispensing products (e.g., using a spatula) Understand safety procedures as related to: Disposal of soiled materials Storage of supplies OSHA requirements for Material Safety and Data Sheets (MSDS) OSHA requirements for product labeling OSHA requirements for product storage OSHA requirements for ventilation OSHA requirements for product disposal OSHA requirements for blood borne pathogens OSHA requirements for Universal Precautions Preventing work injuries Understand basic human anatomy/physiology as it relates to: The function of the skin The structure of the skin Disorders and diseases of the skin (e.g., abnormal pigmentation, infections, inflammations, lesions) The skeletal system and its function The muscular system and its function The vascular/circulatory system and its function The nervous system and its function Understand nail anatomy/physiology as it relates to: The parts of the nail (e.g., root, mantle, matrix) The structure and composition of the nail (e.g., keratin, layers of the nail, blood supply to the nail) Nail conditions and disorders Nail diseases Signs of infections Understand basic chemistry as it relates to: Adhesion Chemical reactions Physical reaction Product ingredients Understand product function as it relates to: Acetone and non-acetone products Alum Antiseptic Brush cleaners Catalyst/Activator Cuticle cream/oil Exfoliants Gel Moisturizers Monomer Nail polish Polymer Primer Resin/Adhesive Solvent NAIL TECHNOLOGY PROCEDURES 55% Perform general procedures as it relates to: Client consultation Nail assessment Conditions that would prohibit service (contraindications) Service recommendations Service documentation (e.g., client card) Understand the function of: Nail equipment (e.g., table, lamp, pedicure basin) Nail implements (e.g., nail clippers, cuticle pusher, nippers) Nail supplies, products, and materials (e.g., cotton, lotion, towels) Perform nail service preparation as it relates to: Sanitation and disinfection of work station/service area (e.g., pedicure basin, table) Station set-up Sanitizing technician's hands and client's hands and/or feet Perform manicure services as it relates to: Removing nail polish Clipping and shaping nails safely Softening cuticles in warm soak Using cuticle remover/solvent Pushing back cuticles safely Removing excess cuticle safely Cleaning nails safely Applying cuticle oil/cuticle cream Applying lotion for massage Removing traces of oil or lotion on/under nails safely Buffing nails safely Applying nail polish Paraffin service Hot oil/lotion service Perform pedicure services as it relates to: Removing nail polish Clipping and shaping nails safely Softening cuticles in warm soak Using cuticle remover/solvent Pushing back cuticles safely Removing excess cuticle safely Exfoliating safely Reducing calluses safely Cleaning nails safely Applying cuticle oil/cuticle cream Applying lotion for massage Removing traces of oil or lotion on/under nails safely Buffing nails safely Applying nail polish Paraffin service Perform basic massage movements as it relates to: Effleurage Friction Petrissage Tapotement Copyright National-Interstate Council of State Boards of Cosmetology, Inc. 10 Rev. 1/2010 Ref. Rev. 2/2011

11 NIC NAIL TECHNOLOGY (MANICURING) WRITTEN EXAMINATION CANDIDATE INFORMATION BULLETIN Perform nail enhancement services as it relates to: Tip application Tip trimming Tip blending Removing tip safely Acrylic overlays Acrylic sculptured nails Acrylic maintenance (fillins, refills, rebalance) Acrylic backfill (e.g., pink and white maintenance) Removing acrylic safely Wrap overlays Wrap maintenance (fill-ins, refills, rebalance) Removing wrap safely Light-cured gel overlays Light-cured gel sculptured nail Light-cured gel maintenance (fill-ins, refills, rebalance) Light-cured gel backfill (e.g., pink and white maintenance) Removing light-cured gel safely Contouring and shaping nails Using a file/buffer safely Using an electric file safely SAMPLE QUESTIONS The following sample questions are similar to those on the NIC Nail Technology (Manicuring) Written Examination. Each question is followed by four answer choices. Only one choice is correct. Correct answers are listed following the sample questions. 1. Pumice stone is used in pedicuring as a. an abrasive. b. a bleach. c. a lubricant. d. an astringent. 2. What is the FIRST step in performing a manicure? a. Shape the nails b. Soften the cuticles c. Clean under free edge d. Remove old polish 3. Where should all manicuring cosmetic supplies be kept when not being used? a. On a clean shelf b. On the manicuring table c. In a clean manicuring kit d. In clean, closed containers 4. Which one of the following is a condition in which the cuticle splits around the nail? a. Hangnails b. Pterygium c. Onychophagy d. Onychorrhexis 5. Nerves and blood vessels are found in the nail a. bed. b. wall. c. plate. d. grooves. 6. An antiseptic is used in manicuring to a. bleach the nails. b. treat minor cuts. c. smooth corrugated nails. d. give the nails a high sheen. 7. After each use, manicuring implements should be a. wiped with a towel. b. wiped with a tissue. c. cleansed and disinfected. d. placed in dry storage. 8. For which one of the following are oil manicures recommended? a. Leuconychia b. Split nails c. Brittle nails d. Prevention of infection 9. What is the actively growing part of the nail? a. Lunula b. Matrix c. Mantle d. Free edge 10. What should be applied to a split in the nail before wrapping it? a. Top coat b. Base coat c. Adhesive glue d. Nail hardener Answers 1. a 4. a 7. c 10. c 2. d 5. a 8. c 3. d NAIL TECHNOLOGY (MANICURING) REFERENCES Milady s Standard Nail Technology 6 th Edition, 2011 Milady 5 Maxwell Drive Clifton Park, NY (800) Salon Fundamentals Nails 2007 Pivot Point International, Inc. Evanston, IL (800) NIC Cleaning and Disinfecting of Circulating and Non Circulating Tubs and Spa s for All Industry Modalities NIC, Inc., August OPTIONAL REFERENCES Milady s Standard Textbook of Cosmetology, 2008 Milady 5 Maxwell Drive Clifton Park, NY (800) Salon Fundamentals, Cosmetology, 2007 Pivot Point International, Inc. Evanston, IL (800) NIC Health and Safety Standards NIC, Inc., October Copyright National-Interstate Council of State Boards of Cosmetology, Inc. 11 Rev. 1/2010

12 NIC NAIL TECHNOLOGY (MANICURING) WRITTEN EXAMINATION CANDIDATE INFORMATION BULLETIN Cleaning and Disinfecting of Circulating and Non Circulating Tubs and Spa s for All Industry Modalities. The recommended cleaning and disinfecting standard for all circulating and non-circulating tubs or spas are: (the use of eye goggles and nitrile protective gloves are recommended and exposure of the client s feet, or other skin areas of the body to disinfectants should be avoided). After each client or service: 1. Drain the tub. 2. Clean the tub according to manufacturer s instructions. Take special care to remove all film, especially at the water line. Rinse the tub well. 3. Fill the tub with water. a. Add appropriate disinfectant into the water according to the following: i. At Minimum, use an EPA registered, bactericidal, virucidal, fungicidal, and pseudomonacidal (Formulated for Hospitals) disinfectant that is mixed and used according to the manufacturer s directions, EXCEPT TUBS THAT HAVE COME IN CONTACT WITH BLOOD OR BODY FLUIDS. ii. If a Tub has COME IN CONTACT WITH BLOOD OR BODY FLUIDS at minimum, an EPA registered disinfectant that is effective against HIV 1 and human Hepatitis B Virus or Tuberculocidal that is mixed and used according to the manufacturer s directions shall be used. b. Allow the disinfectant to stand for non-circulating tubs or to circulate for circulating tubs for the time specified according to the manufacturer s instructions. 4. At the end of the day remove all removable parts (filters, screens drains, jets, etc) clean and disinfect the removable parts as follows: a. Scrub with a brush and soap or detergent until free from debris. b. Rinse. c. Completely immerse in an EPA registered, bactericidal, virucidal, fungicidal, and pseudomonacidal (Formulated for Hospitals) disinfectant that is mixed and used according to the manufacturer s directions. d. Rinse. e. Air dry. 5. Replace the disinfected parts into the tubs. (drains, jets, etc.) or, store them in a disinfected, dry, covered container that is isolated from contaminants. Salons are choosing to purchase extra drains and removable parts so the parts can immediately be changed out with pre disinfected parts saving time between clients. If so, any part which has COME IN CONTACT WITH BLOOD OR BODY FLUIDS must at minimum be disinfected with an EPA registered disinfectant that is effective against HIV 1 and human Hepatitis B Virus or Tuberculocidal that is mixed and used according to the manufacturer s directions. Storage as in number 5 above. Adopted August 2007 Copyright National-Interstate Council of State Boards of Cosmetology, Inc. 12 Rev. 1/2010

13 NATIONAL NAIL TECHNICIAN (MANICURIST) PRACTICAL EXAMINATION CANDIDATE INFORMATION BULLETIN Please visit for the most current bulletin prior to testing. This bulletin contains important information regarding the NIC National Nail Technician (Manicurist) Practical Examination content and administration. Please review all information carefully. IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS Practical examination stations at the exam facility are countertop tables. Workstations are approximately deep, wide and tall. Do not leave the examination area without permission. Permission must be obtained to leave the examination area for any reason, including restroom usage or at the completion of the examination. Candidates are required to bring their own kit with sufficient quantity of supplies in sanitary condition. This includes the required implements in proper working order and protective drapes. The kit must be kept closed except when removing or replacing materials for a particular service. The kit will be used during the examination as dry storage and is considered part of the work area. All examinations are administered in a testing environment. Candidates should bring a container of water if needed for any section of the examination. Candidates may bring a thermos of hot water if desired. All water and their containers must be taken with the candidates and may not be disposed of at the testing facility. Candidates are evaluated at all times. Continue demonstrating until you have completed the entire section. Candidates will be given 10 minutes for client protection and to set up the general supplies that they will use throughout the examination. Candidates will also set up the supplies for the basic manicure section of this examination. Candidates will also be given 2 minutes to set up the supplies for each section of the examination. The verbal instructions will be read twice for each section of the examination. Each examination section has a maximum time allowance. Once you have completed all tasks in the section please turn the hand toward the examiner to indicate that you are finished. In the event that all candidates complete the section before the time has elapsed the examiners will proceed to the next section of the examination. Candidates must follow all appropriate public protection and infection control procedures during all phases of the practical examination that will ensure the health, safety, and welfare of the public. In the event of a blood spill candidates will be expected to follow the NIC Health and Safety Standards. Failure to do so may result in your dismissal from the examination. Cellular phones, pagers, any electronic device, printed materials, and handwritten notes are NOT permitted in the examination room. Talking to other candidates or any examiner is strictly prohibited. Failure to comply with any of these conditions will result in you being dismissed immediately, and your actions reported to the proper authorities. Your examiner has been instructed not to answer any questions concerning your examination. This ensures equal opportunity for all candidates and standardization in testing for the National Practical Examination. If you have an emergency situation please ask to speak with the supervisor. Manufacturer s labels are required on all disinfectants and sanitizers. An EPA registered disinfectant that demonstrates bactericidal, fungicidal and virucidal properties must be used. Simulated products are NOT allowed for disinfectants and hand sanitizers. MANNEQUIN(S) A mannequin hand(s) is required for the practical examination. Mannequin hands with digital fingers (trainer hands) are NOT permitted during the examinations. Prior to reporting to the examination candidates MUST apply a set of nails to the mannequin hand. The artificial nails must cover the entire nail bed of each finger. NAIL TECHNICIAN (MANICURIST) PRACTICAL EXAMINATION CONTENT SECTIONS The scope of the National Nail Technician (Manicurist) Practical Examination includes 6 core domain services. The core domain services are based on the national job analysis. The core domain services are as follows: Core Domain Services Set Up and Client Protection Manicure Nail Tip Nail Wrap Sculptured Nail Polish Copyright National-Interstate Council of State Boards of Cosmetology, Inc. 13 Rev. 1/2010 Instr. Rev

14 NIC NAIL TECHNICIAN (MANICURIST) PRACTICAL EXAMINATION CANDIDATE INFORMATION BULLETIN SET UP AND CLIENT PROTECTION (10 minutes) Verbal Instructions: You will now set up the general supplies that you will use throughout your examination. You will also set up the manicure supplies. You will be observed for client protection, safety and infection control procedures. Upon completion of each section of this examination, please turn the hand toward the examiner to indicate that you are finished. You will have 10 minutes to complete this section. You will be informed when you have 5 minutes remaining (1) The instructions will be repeated. (2) You may begin set up. Candidates will be evaluated on the following tasks: Disinfects work area or uses protective covering Disposes of soiled materials using infection control procedures Sanitizes hands Sets up work area with supplies labeled in English Sets up implements that are visibly clean and sanitary Practices infection control procedures safely throughout setup Maintains work area in a safe manner throughout setup MANICURE (20 minutes) Verbal Instructions: You will now perform the manicure section of this examination. You will be expected to follow all safety and infection control procedures. You will have 20 minutes to complete this section. You will be informed when you have 10 minutes remaining. (1) The instructions will be repeated. (2) You may begin. Candidates will be evaluated on the following tasks: Preparation Sanitizes hands Sanitizes hand to be manicured Demonstration of Filing Shapes free edge safely Establishes uniform length and shape Demonstration of Cuticle Care Immerses fingers in bowl of water Dries hand completely Applies cuticle cream or remover using infection control procedures Pushes back cuticle safely Cleans under free edge safely Buffs nail safely Applies cuticle oil using infection control procedures Demonstration of Hand Massage Applies massage product using infection control procedures Massages palm, back of hand, and fingers Maintains continuous contact while massaging hand Cleanses massage product from each nail plate Safety and Infection Control Disposes of soiled materials using infection control procedures Practices infection control procedures safely throughout service Maintains work area in a safe manner throughout service NAIL TIP (20 minutes) Verbal Instructions for Set Up: You have 2 minutes to remove the supplies from your kit for the nail tip section of this examination. Please do not begin any procedures until the verbal instructions have been read and you are instructed to begin. You may begin set up. Verbal Instructions: You will now perform the nail tip section of this examination. You will apply a nail tip to the ring finger. You will be observed for client protection, safety and infection control procedures. You will have 20 minutes to complete this section. You will be informed when you have 10 minutes remaining. (1) The instructions will be repeated. (2) You may begin. Candidates will be evaluated on the following tasks: Preparation Sets up nail tip supplies labeled in English Removes shine from nail plate safely Removes dust from nail plate and cuticle Selects a nail tip that matches width of nail plate Application of Nail Tip Applies nail dehydrator/cleanser to nail plate Attaches nail tip to nail plate with nail adhesive At least ½ of nail plate remains uncovered Trims nail tip safely Demonstration of Filing\Blending Shapes free edge safely Tip is blended to nail plate safely Final Appearance of Nail Cuticle and skin surrounding nail are free from nail adhesive Hyponychium is free from nail adhesive Finished nail is smooth and even Safety and Infection Control Disposes of soiled materials using infection control procedures Practices infection control procedures safely throughout service Maintains work area in a safe manner throughout service Copyright National-Interstate Council of State Boards of Cosmetology, Inc. 14 Rev. 1/2010 Instr. Rev

15 NIC NAIL TECHNICIAN (MANICURIST) PRACTICAL EXAMINATION CANDIDATE INFORMATION BULLETIN NAIL WRAP (20 minutes) Verbal Instructions for Set Up: You have 2 minutes to remove the supplies from your kit for the nail wrap section of this examination. Please do not begin any procedures until the verbal instructions have been read and you are instructed to begin. You may begin set up. Verbal Instructions: You will now perform the nail wrap section of this examination. You will apply a wrap to the middle finger. You will be observed for client protection, safety and infection control procedures. You will have 20 minutes to complete this section. You will be informed when you have 10 minutes remaining. (1) The instructions will be repeated. (2) You may begin. Candidates will be evaluated on the following tasks: Preparation Sets up nail wrap supplies labeled in English Removes shine from nail plate safely Removes dust from nail plate and cuticle Applies nail dehydrator/cleanser to nail plate Application of Nail Wrap Product Applies nail adhesive to nail plate Applies wrap material over nail plate Removes excess wrap material to fit nail plate safely Applies nail adhesive over nail wrap Applies wrap accelerator safely Applies second coat of nail adhesive Applies second coat of wrap accelerator safely Demonstration of Filing Files nail wrap safely Buffs nail wrap safely Final Appearance of Nail Wrap Nail plate is covered by wrap Cuticle and surrounding skin remains free of nail adhesive Finished nail wrap is smooth and even Safety and Infection Control Disposes of soiled materials using infection control procedures Practices infection control procedures safely throughout service Maintains work area in a safe manner throughout service SCULPTURED NAIL (20 minutes) NIC strongly recommends, due to the testing environment, that odorless sculptured nail products be used during the NIC practical examinations. Verbal Instructions for Set Up: You have 2 minutes to set up the supplies for the sculptured nail section of this examination. Please do not begin any procedures until the verbal instructions have been read and you are instructed to begin. You may begin set up. Verbal Instructions: You will now perform the sculptured nail section of this examination, using an odorless product. You will apply a sculptured nail to the index finger. You will be observed for client protection, safety and infection control procedures. You will have 20 minutes to complete this section. You will be informed when you have 10 minutes remaining. (1) The instructions will be repeated. (2) You may begin. Candidates will be evaluated on the following tasks: Preparation Sets up sculptured nail supplies labeled in English Removes shine from nail plate safely Cleanses nail plate and cuticle of dust Application of Sculptured Nail Product Applies nail form to fit snugly under free edge Applies primer safely Applies sculptured product to extend free edge Applies sculptured product to cover nail plate Demonstration of Filing Shapes free edge safely Files sculptured nail to shape/balance safely Buffs sculptured nail safely Final Appearance of Nail Finished sculptured nail is smooth, even, and beveled/tapered Contour of sculptured nail is balanced Nail plate is covered by sculptured nail product Cuticle and surrounding skin remains free of sculptured nail product Safety and Infection Control Disposes of soiled materials using infection control procedures Practices infection control procedures safely throughout service Maintains work area in a safe manner throughout service Copyright National-Interstate Council of State Boards of Cosmetology, Inc. 15 Rev. 1/2010 Instr. Rev

16 NIC NAIL TECHNICIAN (MANICURIST) PRACTICAL EXAMINATION CANDIDATE INFORMATION BULLETIN POLISH (10 minutes) Verbal Instructions for Set-Up: You have 2 minutes to remove the supplies from your kit for the polish section of this examination. Please do not begin any procedures until the verbal instructions have been read and you are instructed to begin. You may begin set-up. Verbal Instructions: You will now perform the polish section of this examination. You will polish all 5 nails. You will be observed for client protection, safety and infection control procedures. You will have 10 minutes to complete this section. You will be informed when you have 5 minutes remaining. (1) The instructions will be repeated. (2) You may begin. Candidates will be evaluated on the following tasks: Preparation Sets up polish supplies labeled in English Application of Polish Applies base coat to cover nail plate Applies red polish to cover nail plate Applies top coat to cover nail plate Final Appearance of Nails Final appearance of polish is smooth and even Cuticle and surrounding skin remain free of polish Safety and Infection Control Disposes of soiled materials using infection control procedures Practices infection control procedures safely throughout service Maintains work area in a safe manner throughout service CANDIDATE SUMMARY AND FINAL CLEANUP Verbal Instructions: This concludes the national practical examination. Please make sure that all kit supplies and disposable materials are taken with you. Please do not dispose of waste materials, chemicals, or water in the trash receptacles or restrooms as they are unable to accommodate all waste materials from every candidate that takes the examination. RECOMMENDED GENERAL SUPPLIES ALL SUPPLIES MUST BE LABELED IN ENGLISH dry storage kit/container hand sanitizer mannequin hand(s) with artificial nails attached (trainer hands are NOT permitted) EPA registered disinfectant that demonstrates bactericidal, fungicidal and virucidal properties must be used disposal bag for waste materials cloth and paper towel(s) cotton first aid supplies (blood spill kit) tape BASIC MANICURE SUPPLIES bowl and container of water cuticle cream/remover filing and buffing implements cuticle pusher nail brush hand lotion or massage product cuticle oil NAIL TIP AND NAIL WRAP SUPPLIES cuticle pusher nail tips and adhesive nail wrap material (non pre-cut fabric) filing and buffing implements scissors accelerator SCULPTURED NAIL SUPPLIES cuticle pusher sculptured nail products (powder, primer, liquid) (The product must be in its original container with the manufacturer's label. NIC strongly recommends, due to the testing environment, that odorless sculptured nail products be used during the NIC practical examinations.) sculptured nail brush liquid & powder containers filing and buffing implements sculptured nail forms polish remover base coat/top coat red polish POLISH SUPPLIES Copyright National-Interstate Council of State Boards of Cosmetology, Inc. 16 Rev. 1/2010 Instr. Rev

17 NIC NAIL TECHNICIAN (MANICURIST) PRACTICAL EXAMINATION CANDIDATE INFORMATION BULLETIN NAIL TECHNICIAN REFERENCES Milady s Standard Nail Technology, 2007 (Revised) Milady 5 Maxwell Drive Clifton Park, NY (800) Salon Fundamentals, Nail Technician, 2007 Pivot Point International, Inc. Evanston, IL (800) OPTIONAL REFERENCES Milady s Standard Textbook of Cosmetology, 2008 Milady 5 Maxwell Drive Clifton Park, NY (800) Salon Fundamentals, Cosmetology, 2007 Pivot Point International, Inc. Evanston, IL (800) NIC Health and Safety Standards NIC, Inc., October Copyright National-Interstate Council of State Boards of Cosmetology, Inc. 17 Rev. 1/2010 Instr. Rev

18 If a blood spill should occur, the following steps MUST be followed: NIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDARDS BLOOD SPILL PROCEDURE SUPPLY INJURED PARTY WITH LIQUID STYPTIC/ANTISEPTIC AND THE APPROPRIATE DRESSING TO COVER THE INJURY. DOUBLE BAG ALL BLOOD-SOILED (CONTAMINATED) ARTICLES AND LABEL WITH RED OR ORANGE BIOHAZARD WARNING. This is the responsibility of the candidate and should be executed as follows: CANDIDATE INJURY FOR EXAMINATION PURPOSES 1. PROTECTION If a cut is sustained, stop the service and clean the injured area. 2. APPLY antiseptic and/or liquid or spray styptic as appropriate (see NOTE). 3. DRESSING - cover the injury with the appropriate dressing. 4. COVER injured area with finger guard or glove as appropriate. 5. CLEAN model/client and station as appropriate. 6. DOUBLE BAG and dispose of all contaminated objects. Clean hands with antimicrobial cleanser. 7. RETURN to service. MODEL INJURY FOR EXAMINATION PURPOSES 1. STOP service. 2. GLOVE hands of candidate/student/licensee. 3. CLEAN injured area as appropriate. 4. APPLY antiseptic and/or liquid or spray styptic as appropriate (see NOTE). 5. COVER the injury with the appropriate dressing to prevent further blood exposure. 6. DOUBLE BAG and dispose of all contaminated objects. Clean hands with antimicrobial cleanser. 7. RETURN to service. EXAMINERS: EXAMINER IS TO USE UNUSED DISPOSABLE LATEX GLOVES OR NON-ALLERGENIC EQUIVALENT WHEN CHECKING THAT CANDIDATE S SERVICE. DOUBLE BAG AND DISPOSE USED GLOVES. FOLLOW WITH ANTIMICROBIAL SCRUB ON HANDS. DOCUMENT INCIDENT IN BLOOD SPILL LOG. NOTE: DO NOT ALLOW CONTAINERS, BRUSHES, NOZZLES OR LIQUID STYPTIC TO TOUCH THE SKIN OR CONTACT THE WOUND. USE AN APPLICATOR. EXAMINERS SHOULD ALSO COMPLETE AN INCIDENT REPORT. 1 2 WET DISINFECTION STANDARD All tools and implements, EXCEPT THOSE THAT HAVE COME IN CONTACT WITH BLOOD OR BODY FLUIDS must be disinfected, at minimum, by complete immersion in an EPA registered, bactericidal, virucidal, fungicidal, and pseudomonacidal (Formulated for Hospitals) disinfectant that is mixed and used according to the manufacturer s directions. All tools and implements WHICH HAVE COME IN CONTACT WITH BLOOD OR BODY FLUIDS must be disinfected, at minimum, by complete immersion in an EPA registered disinfectant that is effective against HIV-1 and human Hepatitis B Virus or Tuberculocidal that is mixed and used according to the manufacturer s directions. DRY STORAGE STANDARD Disinfected implements must be stored in a disinfected, dry, covered container and be isolated from contaminants. HAND WASHING (Anti-Bacterial Soap is recommended) Thoroughly wash hands and the exposed portions of arms with antibacterial soap and water before providing services to each client and after smoking, drinking, eating, and using the restroom. Practical Examinations NAIL TECHNOLOGY Liquid containing Methyl Methacrylate (MMA) is prohibited for use during NIC practical examinations. NIC strongly recommends, due to the testing environment, that odorless sculptured nail products be used during the NIC practical examinations. Adopted as amended October 2002 Visit our website at Copyright National-Interstate Council of State Boards of Cosmetology, Inc. 18 Rev. 1/2010 Instr. Rev

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