from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One versed in the theory of beauty and artistic expression.
- n. One skilled in giving facials, manicures, pedicures, and other beauty treatments.
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- n. One who studies aesthetics; a student of art or beauty.
- n. A beautician; somebody employed to provide beauty treatments such as manicures and facials.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a philosopher who specializes in the nature of beauty
- n. a worker skilled in giving beauty treatments (manicures and facials etc.)
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But these resemblances are only superficial: The Effie abandoned on her wedding night by a fastidious aesthetician, for whom art would always have the edge over flesh-and-blood reality, can seem like a creature from another planet.
Here I thought you were Bohemian and I said no my folks are from downstate and he says no bohemia isn't really a place anymore it's a state of mind for people who have aesthetic values and I said my sister is an aesthetician she graduated from Lane School of Hairdressing.
I have a friend in New York City whose fancy Fifth Avenue aesthetician thinks Eucerin is better than La Mer!
My aesthetician evaluated my skin's needs, did some extractions, applied a purifying clay mask, followed by a hydrating mask and massaged my shoulders, arms, feet and calves which was incredibly therapeutic after the hiking, lunging and downward dogging.
“The French woman sticks to a scrupulous and preventive skin and body care routine,” says Shannon Gallogly, lead aesthetician for French beauty brands Decleor and Carita.
Aside from me, two of my nail technicians and four stylists also have an aesthetician license to do facials and waxing.
Style.com talked to aesthetician to the stars Kate Somerville...
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Maria took me to a small room in the back of the salon and introduced me to Carla, a very pleasant and reassuring aesthetician who waxed rhapsodic about her job.
In college, I got my first bikini wax, a humiliating experience which ended with the aesthetician asking me to pull my legs back "like a baby, and take a deep breath."