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hairdresser

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Hair & beauty
hairdresserhair‧dress‧er /ˈheəˌdresə $ ˈherˌdresər/ ●●○ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 DCBa person who cuts, washes, and arranges people’s hair in particular stylesbarber2 the hairdresser’shairdressing noun [uncountable]THESAURUShairdresser a person who cuts, washes, and arranges people’s hair in particular stylesI have a hairdresser’s appointment this afternoon.barber a man whose job is to cut men’s hair and sometimes to shave themHow often do you go the barber’s?stylist someone who cuts or arranges people’s hair as their jobRenee was the top stylist at the salon.beautician someone whose job is to give beauty treatments to your skin, hair etcHer beautician told her she had problem skin.
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hairdresserGeorgina is a chef and Rachel is a hairdresser!Behind the scenes ... chaos ... smooth operators ... and hairdressers everywhere.One of them was my friend Ada's brother, a men's hairdresser.I'm going to the hairdresser after work.The hairdresser must listen to the client, and viceversa.Once, only your hairdresser knew for sure and that was good.
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