One versed in the theory of beauty and artistic expression.(noun)
One skilled in giving facials, manicures, pedicures, and other beauty treatments.(noun)
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Use "aesthetician" in a sentence
"But these resemblances are only superficial: The Effie abandoned on her wedding night by a fastidious aesthetician, for whom art would always have the edge over flesh-and-blood reality, can seem like a creature from another planet."
"Here I thought you were Bohemian and I said no my folks are from downstate and he says no bohemia isn't really a place anymore it's a state of mind for people who have aesthetic values and I said my sister is an aesthetician she graduated from Lane School of Hairdressing."
"I have a friend in New York City whose fancy Fifth Avenue aesthetician thinks Eucerin is better than La Mer!"