Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun One skilled in giving cosmetic treatments.

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  • noun One who does hair styling, manicures, and other beauty treatments.

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  • noun someone who works in a beauty parlor

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Examples

  • NOT having a face beautician is probably the best method of promoting heterosexuality!

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  • 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?

    French Word-A-Day:

  • 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?

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  • My hairdresser, and my on-call beautician, and my therapist …

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  • My hairdresser, and my on-call beautician, and my therapist …

    Confetti Confidential

  • 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?

    ebouriffe - French Word-A-Day

  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

    Twilight’s Child

  • 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.

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