cosmetician


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Synonyms for cosmetician

someone who sells or applies cosmetics

someone who works in a beauty parlor

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A growing, seedy underground of unlicensed cosmeticians are taking advantage of plastic surgery's huge appeal in Lebanon, preying on people looking for a shortcut to surgically enhanced beauty, experts said Thursday as a group of medical organizations launched an initiative to try and roll back the growing illicit industry.
She works at Swiss Re Life and Health Canada as a desktop publisher and at home as a part-time cosmetician.
If you have any concerns, discuss this with a cosmetician in accordance to your skin type.
Each cosmetician has an average of 15 customers per day: women of all ages, both Lebanese and foreigners.
She worked as a cosmetician and make up artist at the former Filene's Department Store for over 25 years, retiring in 1998.
She is a former owner of Manley Administrative Services, was a beautician and cosmetician, and worked for McKenzie Orthopedic Group.
A cosmetician might refer a customer to a demonstration on how to make fruit smoothies, for example, because food items rich in antioxidants play an important role in keeping skin healthy looking.
Val is an aesthetic cosmetician with practices at The Abbey Sefton in Crosby, the Grosvenor Nuffield in Chester, Clatterbridge hospital and consulting rooms in Rodney Street, and Hoylake and Meols medical centre.
In the mid-1980s, a number of grocery chains decided to expand their beauty category selection, some going so far as to devote a service counter, with a dedicated cosmetician, to the category.
Even ordinary citizens, when they discover you're a critic, respond as they would to a mortuary cosmetician - vaguely repelled by what you do, yet infinitely curious as to how you came to be doing it.
The A, or basic model is built around a core cosmetics and fragrance assortment, with the notable difference that the department is serviced full-time by a professional cosmetician who knows her way around both products and customers.
Many shoppers hesitate to purchase products without trying them or, at the very least, consulting with a cosmetician.