cosmetician

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cos·me·ti·cian

 (kŏz′mĭ-tĭsh′ən)
n.
One whose occupation is manufacturing, selling, or applying cosmetics.

cosmetician

(ˌkɒzmɪˈtɪʃən)
n
a person who makes, sells, or applies cosmetics

cos•me•ti•cian

(ˌkɒz mɪˈtɪʃ ən)

n.
a person professionally engaged in the application of cosmetics; cosmetologist.
[1925–30]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cosmetician - someone who sells or applies cosmeticscosmetician - someone who sells or applies cosmetics
marketer, seller, trafficker, vender, vendor - someone who promotes or exchanges goods or services for money
2.cosmetician - someone who works in a beauty parlorcosmetician - someone who works in a beauty parlor
artisan, journeyman, artificer, craftsman - a skilled worker who practices some trade or handicraft
manicurist - a beautician who cleans and trims and polishes the fingernails
Translations
خَبير تجْميل
kosmetičkakosmetik
kosmetolog
kosmetikis
kozmetik/kozmetička
güzellik uzmanı

cosmetician

[kɒzmɪˈtɪʃən] Ncosmetólogo/a m/f

cosmetician

nKosmetiker(in) m(f)

cosmetic

(kozˈmetik) adjective
designed to increase the beauty and hide the defects of something, especially the face. She had cosmetic surgery to improve the shape of her nose.
noun
a preparation for this purpose. She's quite pretty – she does not need to wear so many cosmetics (= lipstick, eye-shadow etc).
cosmetician (ˈkozmətiʃən) noun
References in periodicals archive ?
Some beauty centres outside the licensed health institutions may temporarily employ visiting doctors or cosmeticians who bring in low-quality cosmetics and conceal patient medical reports.
Some unlicensed beauty centres may temporarily employ visiting doctors or cosmeticians who bring in low-quality cosmetics, and conceal patient medical reports.
We have a luxury and prestige cosmetics section, with dedicated cosmeticians to help people select the most appropriate items for them.
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.
Mubarak's access to hairdressers and cosmeticians puzzled Building and Development Party member Mohamed Al-Soghayar while Al-Wasat Party member Atef Awad said he wished he was in prison after seeing Mubarak, adding that the former president was being treated in a five-start hospital using state funds.
Then the cosmeticians garlanded the bride with pink flowers and put the red glittering headband on the hair of Fatme.
Chen claimed while the number of people was just a few hundred, now all kinds of people are cashing in which include pilates instructors, musicians, dog trainers, comedians, chefs and cosmeticians.
The evening included food and wine tasting as well as makeovers by cosmeticians and spa treatments.
Generating great interest this year was the Wellness Area, which attracted cosmeticians interested in extending their ranges with body treatments and hoteliers and spa operators seeking unusual new treatments, massages and brands for their institutes.
Carrying much the same quality brands as the department stores (although not the full inventory), they staffed professional cosmeticians behind a full fragrance counter.
In addition to a full-service pharmacy, the stores will feature an extensive collection of skin care and dermatological products and a full range of prestige cosmetics and fragrance brands complemented by a staff of highly trained cosmeticians.
Their cosmeticians of choice range from Rafael Moneo, who is discreetly and soothingly fussing around the grande dame of the Prado, to Swiss clinicians Herzog & de Meuron, who propose more radical surgery for the Fundacio La Caixa.