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  • n. Plural form of facialist.

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Examples

  • M: MOUTH FACE-LIFTSAmerican facialists and massage therapists claim massaging the muscles inside the upper lip, cheek and jaw area promotes blood circulation and skin-cell oxygenation, resulting in a tighter, smoother complexion and brighter eyes as well as improved elocution.

    The beauty bible

  • From drivers to jockeys, couriers to facialists, mercenaries to programmers, and newsboys to scientists, the work is fun and there's no one-size-fits-all solution.

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  • Ariana glanced around surreptitiously, but none of the manicurists, facialists, or waitresses seemed remotely interested in what was being said.

    Pure Sin

  • To make a clay maskwhich is great for pulling toxins out of your skinsome facialists use I kid you not 100 percent clay kitty litter.

    Rinnavation

  • I recently read a New York Times article about expensive and famous facialists in New York City who insist that their clients must get weekly facials costing something like $500 or run the risk of their skin looking awful and old immediately, and irreversibly.

    Simple Skin Beauty

  • "But I am also just a girl from Illinois with two sisters" -- sisters who, like most people, can't afford private trainers, Parisian facialists and celebrity interior decorators, she says.

    Penney Taps Cindy Crawford to Dress Up Home Decor

  • Simple self-reliance has given way to a team approach: stylists, colorists, trainers, facialists, waxers.

    Leg Waxing And Life Everlasting

  • Joanne Evans, one of London's best facialists, has other tips, too: It is so important to exfoliate!

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Sia Parlog, one of New York's best-known facialists, has just moved to the UK and brought the technique with her £225 at HB Health in Knightsbridge, 020 7838 0765, hbhealth.com.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • But a seemingly underground contingency of individuals book their regular beauty appointments directly through their hairstylists, eyebrow groomers, bikini waxers and facialists, often unbeknownst to the technician's or stylist's employing salon.

    NYT > Home Page

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