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A particular way in which a person's hair is cut or arranged.
haircut, cut, style, hair, coiffurehairdo, do, coifView synonyms
- ‘For example there are several magazines devoted to only hairstyles and hair care.’
- ‘It's always fun checking out his far-out hairstyles and hip-hop fashion.’
- ‘It was this kid with dirty blonde hair in what seemed to be like the hairstyle of a mop.’
- ‘How many men could get away with all those hairstyles?’
- ‘His mini-Afro style is fresh, easy to maintain and one of the most popular hairstyles out there today.’
- ‘Ask friends and family with great hairstyles to refer you to their favorite hair care professionals.’
- ‘The following is a list of the latest hairstyles to go with different hair lengths.’
- ‘Rub in a little for a natural look or slightly more for hairstyles that require extra control.’
- ‘Elena had changed her hairstyle by just tying her hair up in two buns for the boat ride.’
- ‘If you are not sure about your options, look through men's magazines to see which hairstyles are out there.’
- ‘If so, you probably need to learn some more about hairstyles and how to talk to your stylist so she knows exactly what you want.’
- ‘Among his former hairstyles was a long blonde ponytail.’
- ‘Check out the latest greatest hairstyles for men and improve your appearance.’
- ‘Maybe they need to be around people who appreciate their multifaceted wardrobe choices & quirky hairstyles.’
- ‘The wardrobe and hairstyles seemed different from those I saw in magazines.’
- ‘Before going to bed last night I combed my hair into stupid hairstyles.’
- ‘Her constant changing of outfits, hairstyles, and so on, reminds viewers that femininity is constructed, not natural.’
- ‘Her long blonde hair was pulled up into a fashionable hairstyle on top of her head.’
- ‘It will cement your hairstyle for many hours, even in the course of heavy winds.’
- ‘Like hairstyles and clothing fashions, make-up is usually a temporary form of adornment, one that can be washed off and changed at will.’
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