Recent Examples of cosmetology from the Web
While attending high school, Detroit-born-and-bred Ross enrolled in cosmetology school, practicing hairstyles on herself, as well as taking neighbors as clients.
Last session, Otter vetoed eight bills, including ones pertaining to civil asset forfeiture, cosmetology, invasive species and state employee benefits.
So many braiders don’t have the desire — or the money — to go to cosmetology school.
DeeDee Patterson, an instructor in the cosmetology program, can count on one hand the number of men she’s taught in the past eight years.
Griffin is on track to graduate from Carver and take her cosmetology exam this spring.
Upon graduation, students who’ve completed their cosmetology training in a program like Prosser’s can sit for the state exam, gain their licenses and begin their professional career.
In 2015 the Texas Supreme Court struck down a law requiring eyebrow-threaders to obtain expensive and unnecessary training in cosmetology.
Claire was the business manager for the Carriage House of Avon, the hair salon and cosmetology business that Angelo founded.
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Origin and Etymology of cosmetology
First Known Use: 1926See Words from the same year
COSMETOLOGY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cosmetology for English Language Learners
: the job or skill of giving beauty treatments to women by washing and cutting hair, applying makeup, etc.
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