Definition of 'beauty salon'
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They were always tanned from the beauty salon and holidayed in exotic locations around the world. The Sun (2008)My mum worked in a beauty salon. Times, Sunday Times (2012)By far the busiest operation will be the free hair and beauty salon. The Sun (2012)This week, we turn to the matter of the beauty salon. Times, Sunday Times (2013)For the ladies there is a beauty salon with hairdressing, nail care and waxing. The Sun (2008)Fashion boutiques and beauty salons rub shoulders with health shops, specialist grocers and music stores. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Facilities include three pools, a gym and beauty salon. Times, Sunday Times (2009)PLUS you can enjoy great offers for 9.50 across a fantastic range of health and beauty salons. The Sun (2015)MAYBE some people just aren't cut out to be beauty salon moguls. Times, Sunday Times (2006)More than 1,000 companies were set up last month, from graphic design firms to beauty salons. The Sun (2013)The beauty salon owner clutches a bouquet of pink roses in wedding scenes to be shown on EastEnders in April. The Sun (2011)She went on to set up online through Amazon and eBay and used her prize money to open a beauty salon. The Sun (2010)Although this is one treatment that is not included on any beauty salon 's list, it is worthy of its place in this book for two reasons. The A-Z of Beauty Treatment (1994)I had a tanning and beauty salon and I could see the damage that sunbeds could do to the skin. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'beauty salon'
British English: beauty salon /ˈbjuːtɪ ˈsælɒn/ NOUN
A beauty salon is a place where women can go to have beauty treatments, for example to have their hair, nails or make-up done.
- American English: beauty parlor
- Arabic: صالون تـَجْميل
- Brazilian Portuguese: salão de beleza
- Chinese: 美容院
- Croatian: salon ljepote
- Czech: salon krásy
- Danish: skønhedssalon
- Dutch: schoonheidssalon
- European Spanish: salón de belleza
- Finnish: kauneushoitola
- French: salon de beauté
- German: Kosmetiksalon
- Greek: σαλόνι ομορφιάς
- Italian: salone di bellezza
- Japanese: 美容院
- Korean: 미용실
- Norwegian: skjønnhetssalong
- Polish: salon piękności
- European Portuguese: salão de beleza
- Romanian: salon de înfrumusețare
- Russian: салон красоты
- Spanish: salón de belleza
- Swedish: skönhetssalong
- Thai: ร้านเสริมสวย
- Turkish: güzellik salonu
- Ukrainian: салон краси
- Vietnamese: thẩm mỹ viện
Definition of beauty salon from the Collins English Dictionary
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