from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The study or art of cosmetics and their use.
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- n. the science of cosmetics
- n. the profession of a cosmetologist or beautician
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A treatise on the dress and cleanliness of the body.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the practice of beautifying the face and hair and skin
And making college-bound kids take two years of cosmetology is just as dumb as making career-bound kids take two years of college prep courses.
For Nakeisha Kaine, 18, who is helping her mother raise her teenage brother Sirterryon, food stamps are putting meals on the table as she pursues her education in cosmetology.
WHEN I met Scott, I was somewhere between the before and after picture - in a no man's land called cosmetology school.
Many of the programs were ones without as much job demand, even though some remain popular with students, such as cosmetology and jewelry making, May said.
That's just not a part of the body I'd want to perform "cosmetology" on someone.
Several career-technical education classes that require courses to be taken in sequence, such as cosmetology, will be offered at the college's Community Education Center campus.
Most of the county's traditional CTE courses, such as cosmetology and machine technology, are offered at Christiansburg High School.
$3,400 is needed to complete the "cosmetology" program review.
The Center for Human Appearance, which includes cosmetology, hair transplant and laser programs, provides a unique opportunity for learning cosmetic surgical principles and working with the oculoplastic surgeons in the University group.
After graduating in 1984, she studied cosmetology.