from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One skilled in giving cosmetic treatments.
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- n. One who does hair styling, manicures, and other beauty treatments.
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- n. someone who works in a beauty parlor
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NOT having a face beautician is probably the best method of promoting heterosexuality!
My hairdresser, and my on-call beautician, and my therapist …
Her grooming salon is called "Chez Emile Firecracker" and, after the explosive blow drying, her beautician was a little heavy-handed with the self-tanning cream?
I now prefer to call a beautician home rather than visit a salon and uncover my head in the presence of strange women, says Huda.
She had had her nails manicured and polished, her hair washed and styled, and had even called the beautician to give her a facial because she claimed hours and hours of crying had made her look like an old woman.
Type 1 often work in occupations full of women, such as beautician and hairstylist; Type 2 usually work in male-dominated professions, such as policeman, truck driver, scientist, engineer, and computer programmer.
Music ran in Max’s family, his father, a railroad worker played the tube and mandolin and his mother a beautician was a singer.
Eight-peg 'beautician' runs over cop & biker times more than the permissible limit smashed her SUV into a police squad monitoring road rogues a little after ...
High-school counselors are unlikely to suggest "beautician" as an ideal job choice, steering most kids instead to professions that require four-year college degrees.
Then, I had my hair styled and my nails done, something I had never before had done by a professional beautician.