Definition of cosmetology in English:


Line breaks: cos¦met|ology
Pronunciation: /ˌkɒzmɪˈtɒlədʒi


[mass noun]
The professional skill or practice of beautifying the face, hair, and skin.
More example sentences
  • One set of twins was arrested for not having a licence to practice cosmetology.
  • Ultimately he dropped out before finishing his cosmetology training.
  • His passion for hair led him to cosmetology school.



More example sentences
  • The resulting cosmetological products are safe, hypoallergenic, perfectly tolerated, and of proven effectiveness.
  • The improvement of skin cosmetological parameters was revealed, especially after application of cosmetic products.
  • The magazine shows detailed know-how in cosmetological, dermatological and other issues.


More example sentences
  • If you have a friend who's a licensed cosmetologist, have him or her take you to your local ‘professional’ shop.
  • He was still officially married when he and Yvonne, a cosmetologist, moved in together, and he was in no rush to make matters legal.
  • If you are considering adding human hair extensions to your hair, seek a licensed cosmetologist for consultation.

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