from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One whose occupation is manufacturing, selling, or applying cosmetics.
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- n. a person who manufactures or sells cosmetics
- n. a person skilled at applying cosmetics
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who sells or applies cosmetics
- n. someone who works in a beauty parlor
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Until I set out to learn the business, I didn’t even know that in Funeraleze, Callie’s position is called a cosmetician, not a cosmetologist.
They got a cosmetician there, too, and she can teach us all about makeup.
She worked as a lawyer, a newspaper reporter, and as a cosmetician when she moved to the United States in the early 1950s, her husband helping her with his chemistry background.
A horny dad gets it on with his teen daughter's cosmetician on her massage table.
You could say her performing is the stage equivalent of make-up applied so skillfully by a master cosmetician that it appears to be nothing more than the often aimed-for all-natural look.
According to reports, M, a cosmetician, decided to file her complaint after hearing that O had made an accusation.
I asked the cosmetician if the colour I picked looked good on me, and he said, "you want a better concealer?"
While youre there, ask the cosmetician to suggest products to use for special occasions, in addition to the ones youll use for your everyday look.
The best way to nail your perfect look is to go to any department store cosmetician and describe what youre looking for and enlist her help.
It is, to be sure, a clarity gained at the price of much violence and injustice; it is a destiny retouched by a masterful cosmetician so that its line leads directly to the threshold of Heidegger's hut in the Black Forest.