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Beauticiankn

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Hi, first of all my apologies for my English, as English is my second language.
My business name was «Kristina Normante beautician» and on social media I was using beauticiankn, just recently find out that beautician sounds a bit dated. So I decided to change the name. And thinking of «Kristina Normante house of beauty», but the thing is that I’m working from home and not sure if it suits or not. Can someone please help and tell how does it sound, should I leave house of beauty or think of something else? Thank you!
 

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It’s tricky when you’re working from home to find a name that sounds “just right”.

I agree that “beautician” is out of date but it’s a brilliant word: beauty + technician. I’m not keen on “house of Beauty”. Why not just change “beautician” to “beauty”?

it depends what kind of beauty you do but you could also consider “aesthetics” or “aesthician”
 

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Thank you so much for your answer!
 

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Or how about just KN Beauty? Short and sweet, and easy to remember!
 

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I would definitely shorten the name! Much more marketing friendly too..... ‘Beauty By Kristina:)
 

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Thank you all for your answers!
 

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