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Kilpatrick said Bayard was an aspiring beautician who would often practice on friends.
The beauticians do give them points for avoiding chemicals that can dry out your hair.
The prison was also home for nearly a decade to Schapelle Corby, an Australian former student beautician who was sentenced to 20 years in 2005 for smuggling nine pounds of marijuana into Bali.
The key figures from the book remain in the play — Joe Trace, the cosmetics salesman who falls for the much younger Dorcas; and Joe's wife, the beautician Violet.
Mrs. Staelens graduated from St. Joseph's High School in 1947 and spent several years as a beautician and waiting tables.
His father, Raymond, of Italian heritage, was a supervisor for the Savarin restaurant chain, and his mother, Stella, with Polish roots, was a beautician.
Jones, her mother said, had received a call late that night from a friend named Gladys Wyckoff, who asked Jones to meet her to talk about a lawsuit against a beautician.
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