[ US /ˈbjuˌtɪʃən/ ]
[ UK /bjuːtˈɪʃən/ ]
  1. someone who works in a beauty parlor
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How To Use beautician In A Sentence

  • Such legislation presently applies to doctors and dentists, optometrists and pharmacists, barbers and beauticians, and liquor stores and taxicabs, to name a few leading examples.
  • The former beautician has built up an empire that includes fashion ranges, a boutique and salon worth 750,000. The Sun
  • After launching his range of cosmeceuticals recently, he was here again conducting a seminar for beauticians on Sunday.
  • At my local waxing salon, the beautician recently suggested I might want to wax my forearms. Times, Sunday Times
  • Britain is no longer a nation of shopkeepers but a nation of hairdressers and beauticians, according to a report from the Work Foundation, a leading think tank.
  • You pay the beautician in charge when you check the bill .
  • The training activities for women will be expanded from tailoring to beautician training, and the repair of household articles.
  • The beauticians at Montreal Barber & Beauty Parlour claim that, as men face more pressure and stress at work, the quality of their skin is degrading due to insomnia and hypertension.
  • Local therapists and beauticians have taken time out of their busy schedules to give their time, expertise and skills so that carers can relax, take a little time for themselves, and enjoy being pampered.
  • Right now, however, her sponsors and management plot her future, as stylists dress her and beauticians cluck over her eye shadow.
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