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Beauticians

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Organizations relating to Beauticians

World Hairdressers' Organization / Est. 1946
International Federation of Aestheticians / Est. 1978
International Estheticians Association
Coiffure EU / Est. 2005
European Federation of Hairdressers
International Union of Hairdressers' Employees / Est. 1921
Institut supérieur international du parfum, de la cosmétique et de l'aromatique alimentaire
Council of the Chinese Hairstylists and Beauticians International
Ladies' Hairdressers International / Est. 1925
Hair International - Associated Master Barbers and Beauticians of America / Est. 1924
Organisation artistique internationale de la coiffure
International Hairdressers' Federation / Est. 1907
Nordic Hairdressers' Association / Est. 1937
Union of European Male and Female Hairdressers
Common Market Committee of the International Confederation of the Hairdressing Trade / Est. 1959
International Association of Hairdressing Schools / Est. 1998
European Association of Professional Beauticians
World Federation of the Heads of Beauty Institutes and Aesthetics / Est. 1975
International Hairstylists Society / Est. 1956
Aestheticians International Association / Est. 1972
Association of Professional Piercers
European Sunlight Association / Est. 2002

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World Problems relating to Beauticians

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