Definition of 'stylist'
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This becomes apparent the second the hair stylist switches off the hairdryer and proceeds to tease her curls into shape. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Not to mention photographers, designers and stylists. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Lunch is usually a relaxed affair with stylists, designers or colleagues at local pubs and restaurants. Times, Sunday Times (2008)My stylist, hairdresser and makeup artist are like best friends to me. Times, Sunday Times (2009)So I wanted to be a hair stylist for a while. The Sun (2011)His PR woman for the show has seen stylists and hairdressers blush when he walks into the room. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Indeed, one fashion stylist friend tells me that she likes to vary her phone cases according to the colour and style of her manicure. Times, Sunday Times (2013)In those days we didn't have stylists or make-up people. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Soon, all manner of decorators, stylists and designers joined the party. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She has spent so much time in there, her entourage have been forced to speak to her stylist and hairdresser to find out how she is. The Sun (2012)While skintight leather leggings have been en vogue for a while, fashion editors and stylists are now wearing looser, tailored styles. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'stylist'
British English: stylist /ˈstaɪlɪst/ NOUN
A stylist is a person whose job is to cut and arrange people's hair.
Choose a stylist recommended by someone whose hair you like.
- American English: stylist
- Arabic: مُزَيِّن
- Brazilian Portuguese: estilista
- Chinese: 造型师
- Croatian: stilist
- Czech: kadeřník
- Danish: stylist
- Dutch: stylist
- European Spanish: estilista
- Finnish: hiusmuotoilija
- French: styliste
- German: Stilist
- Greek: στυλίστας
- Italian: stilista
- Japanese: スタイリスト
- Korean: 스타일리스트
- Norwegian: stylist
- Polish: stylista
- European Portuguese: estilista
- Romanian: stilist
- Russian: стилист
- Spanish: estilista
- Swedish: stylist
- Thai: ช่างทำผมที่เป็นนักออกแบบ
- Turkish: stilist
- Ukrainian: стиліст
- Vietnamese: người tạo mẫu tóc
Definition of stylist from the Collins English Dictionary
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