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A person who gives facials and other beauty treatments for the face.
- ‘Inexperienced facialists may be doing extractions improperly.’
- ‘A facialist can be a star's best friend, but you don't have to drop big bucks to achieve similar results at home.’
- ‘After all, as Autumn, wise waxtician and facialist of Duque, says, "Honey, you're always dating yourself!"’
- ‘But this experience brings up the question of how one should pick their facialist.’
- ‘This is why you should visit qualified facialists recommended by friends, dermatologists or other trusted sources.’
- ‘She is a petite facialist with a firm touch.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.