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NATIONAL BEAUTICIAN’S DAY – June 26

     National Beautician’s Day - June 26

NATIONAL BEAUTICIAN’S DAY

Observed each year on June 26, National Beautician’s Day is a way to thank all of the amazing beauticians across the United States that work diligently at their jobs and make us look and feel more beautiful (and handsome).

Beauticians are more commonly referred to as cosmetologist.  Cosmetology is described as the study and application of beauty treatment.  The branches of cosmetology include hair styling, skin care, cosmetics, manicures, pedicures and electrology.

Many close relationships have been developed between a client and their beautician.  They become a confidant and at times, a very close friend.

Make your beautician’s day special for them.   You  can call him/her and tell them how much they are appreciated, send a card, send flowers, send a gift card or etc.   

For all of you who work in any part of the cosmetology field, THANK YOU for all that you do and have a wonderful day!

NATIONAL BEAUTICIAN’S DAY HISTORY

Within our research, we were unable to find the creator and origin of National Beautician’s Day, an “unofficial” National holiday.

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