One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The occupation of cutting and styling hair.‘courses in beauty and hairdressing’as modifier ‘a hairdressing salon’
- ‘She is really excited about going back to college for the second year of her hairdressing course in September.’
- ‘He could have his hair cut in any number of hairdressing chains.’
- ‘Some youngsters might not have thought of hairdressing as a career, and boys in particular tend to ignore it.’
- ‘I do have some experience with hairdressing.’
- ‘They're a hairdressing chain that operates under the rule that you don't have to make an appointment — you just turn up.’
- ‘Third prize was a hairdressing voucher.’
- ‘"Services like nursing and hairdressing are lasting because people always want them," he explained.’
- ‘She bought premises in John Street to open a hairdressing salon.’
- ‘A good foundation for a successful career in any area of hairdressing is based on hard work, good training, salon experience, and ambition.’
- ‘She had her own hairdressing business, which she ran for many years in the town.’
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