Translation of stylist in Spanish:

stylist

Pronunciation: /ˈstaɪləst; ˈstaɪlɪst/

n (hair stylist)

  • 1.1 estilista (mf), peluquero, (m,f), peinador, (m,f) (Mexico/México) 1.2 (designer) estilista (masculine and feminine)
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    • If you prefer to completely copy the look this is a great style that your favorite stylist can design for you.
    • A magnet for visiting stylists seeking inspiration, the market features some of the best vintage Sixties and Seventies clothing to be found anywhere in the world.
    • All the designs are a result of careful selection much in advance with the help of the best of stylists and fashion designers in the industry.
    1.3 [Literature/Literatura] estilista (masculine and feminine)
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    • McWilliam is perhaps the most under-rated of modern Scottish writers, a cool stylist who has a bigger vocabulary than Samuel Johnson.
    • Indeed, the pattern has been revisited and reworked by countless Gothic stylists since Poe.
    • There's really no other way to account sympathetically for the publication of this outrageous, absurd literary wreck by one of our time's most remarkable prose stylists.
    1.4 [Sport/Deporte] he is not only a great tennis player but a genuine stylist no solo es un gran tenista sino que además tiene estilo
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    • The festival is also playing host to a fabulous range of musical styles and traditions from around the world, everything from emerging Irish classical musicians to electronic music stylists.
    • Guitar stylist, benchmark singer, folk-rock star, songwriter and traditional song ambassador Martin Smith takes the crown of Folk Singer of the Year from his wife Norma Waters who won last year.
    • Over her 20-year career she has been visually original, a provocative stylist, an intelligent lyricist and a sublime melodist, but she has never been a ground-breaking musician.

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