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a beautician who cleans and trims and polishes the fingernails

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Celebrity manicurist Deborah Lippmann says: "If it's done correctly, it's a chic and modern look.
Manicurists and pedicurists are professionals engaged in treatment or beautification of hands and feet.
In California, there are more than 83,000 licensed manicurists and 80 percent of them are of Vietnamese descent.
Sharon Givens - an eight-year devotee whose name Nguyen shortened to make it easier to pronounce - has followed the manicurist to three shops.
At the finals, Emma will have to complete a full consultation, half leg wax, facial and massage for the Skills Therapist Award and a full manicure for the Manicurist Award.
His manicurist mother Judy, who runs a salon called Nail Attraction, suggested he join her firm.
Twenty years ago, manicurists mostly worked in obscure corners of hair salons or catered to the wealthy.
Hernandez, a manicurist at Cameo Hair Designs, said she has tried to keep her illness private, but worries that her daughter is consumed with helping her.
Coffee bars will be found throughout the dealership, along with several plasma TVs, a shoe shine area and a full-time manicurist.
Rachel worked as a homemaker and later as a manicurist.
His case was subliminally helped, no doubt, by the fact that they both rejoiced in the title of 'Manicurist to the King, and Inspector of the Manicurists.
IT was handbags at dawn when top manicurist Leighton Denny came face to face with Phixx's Andrew Kinlochan.
The boutique was born when Bridgitta, a manicurist who'd always dreamed of working as a fashion designer, finally decided there was more to life than painting other people's fingernails.
Jessica Cosmetics is a leader in manicure products and was founded and currently headed by Jessica Vartoughian, manicurist to the stars and other well-known celebrities.
Now she's a star of MPB, the Portuguese-language acronym for Brazilian Popular Music, after growing up dirt poor in a favela and working as a domestic and a manicurist before being discovered by Veloso.