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Relaxing in a Spa in Poland Posted by on Nov 22, 2018 in Culture, Human body, Vocabulary

Visiting a beauty salon, especially for women, is a pleasant way to spend a few hours. The beauty industry is so widespread; you can find a good beauty salon in any city and any country!

So when you are visiting Poland, you may want to study some of the beauty salon vocabulary, before you visit a spa:)

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beauty therapist – kosmetyczka

beauty – piękno

beauty salon – salon kosmetyczny

highly qualified – wysoko wykwalifikowany

professional – profesjonalny

diploma – dyplom

certificate – świadectwo

course – kurs

experience in sth – doświadczenie w czymś

to be good at sth – być w czymś dobrym

job – praca

to offer – oferować

a full range of sth – bogata oferta czegoś
 
treatment – zabieg

to follow sth – śledzić

professional press – prasa branżowa

to subscribe to sth – zaprenumerować coś

therapy – terapia

make-up artist – wizażystka

massage therapist – masażysta

nail design technician – specjalista do stylizacji paznokci
 
hair dresser – fryzjer/fryzjerka

dermatologist – dermatolog

nutritionist – dietetyk

fitness trainer – trener fitnesu

qualified – wykwalifikowany

specialist – specjalista

client – klient

wide – szeroki/szeroka

offer – oferta

advice – porada

calm – spokojny

pleasant – przyjemny

place – miejsce

interior – wnętrze

soft – miękki

warm – ciepły

furniture – meble

functional – funkcjonalny

comfortable – wygodny

room – pokój

feel – czuć

noise – hałas

building – budynek

herbal tea – herbata ziołowa

fresh fruit juice – sok ze świeżych owoców

to relax – relaksować się

armchair – fotel

daily paper – gazeta codzienna

journal – magazyn

staff – personel

to create an atmosphere – stwarzać atmosferę

to smile – uśmiechać się

face – twarz

polite – uprzejmy

friendly – przyjacielski

relaxed – wypoczęty

to make sb feel better – sprawiać by ktoś czuł się lepiej

satisfied – zadowolony

fully qualified – wysoko wykształcony/wykształcona

highly skilled – mająca/mający wysokie umiejętności

hair removal – depilacja

liposuction – liposukcja

nail polish – lakier do paznokci

massage – masaż

teeth whitening – wybielanie zębów

I would love to hear about beauty salons you visited in Poland! Please share it with us in comments below:)

 

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About the Author:Kasia

My name is Kasia Scontsas. I grew up in Lublin, Poland and moved to Warsaw to study International Business. I have passion for languages: any languages! Currently I live in New Hampshire. I enjoy skiing, kayaking, biking and paddle boarding. My husband speaks a little Polish, but our daughters are fluent in it! I wanted to make sure that they can communicate with their Polish relatives in our native language. Teaching them Polish since they were born was the best thing I could have given them! I have been writing about learning Polish language and culture for Transparent Language’s Polish Blog since 2010.


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