Beautician



a person trained to style and dress the hair; hairdresser.
Compare esthetician (def 2).
a manager or an employee of a beauty parlor beauty salon.
Contemporary Examples

“You should take care of yourself better,” the beautician informed me.
China’s Financial Insider Huang Hung March 17, 2010

Historical Examples

It wasn’t the beautician’s open charges that bothered us, because everyone knew they were just disgruntled.
Breeder Reaction Winston Marks

noun
a person who works in or manages a beauty salon
n.

first recorded 1924, American English (the Cleveland, Ohio, telephone directory, to be precise), from beauty + ending as in technician. Beauty salon is from 1922, a substitution for prosaic beauty shop (1901).

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