Defining “magick”, “witchcraft” and “witch” isn’t an easy thing at all. After all there are as many definitions as there are religions and traditions who practice magic.
There is Wiccan, Alexandrian and Dianic witchcraft. There is druidic magic and there is traditional witchcraft of the British Isles. Some like Wicca and Feri are newer additions, while others – like Stregheria or Caledonii for example- are much, much older. And then there is Chinese magick, Thai magick, Tibetan magick, African traditional religions, hoodoo and many many more.
There are kitchen witches who focus on making magic through food and drink, hearth witches who focus their magic on their home and everything in it, and green witches who focus mainly on herbs, tinctures and herbal remedies.
But there other witches whose magical practice is solely focused on practical enchantment (results magic).