beautician beautician  /ˈbju ˌtɪ ʃən/


  • (n) someone who works in a beauty parlor


  1. He became a real estate agent, married his landlady, a beautician named Emily Pacheo who was 13 years his senior.
  2. So she visited another beautician who pinched and tweaked her nose into shape, then treated her with more injections than Saleha can now count.
  3. Courses are offered in everything from how to be a beautician to how to drive an automobile, while the bases of the oldtime classical education receive less and less attention.



  • The book's gems transcend obvious iconography, or what Lewis Mumford described as the car industry's "secret collaboration between the beautician and the mortician".
    on Oct 30, 2008 By: Lewis Mumford Source: Independent

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