Definition of piecey in English:

piecey

adjective

  • Denoting a hairstyle in which layers or sections are separated into distinct pieces in such a way as to create a textured or tousled effect.

    ‘the piecey cut flatters her face shape’
    ‘I'm loving her piecey fringe’
    • ‘The long piecey wisps definitely work with her face shape, and it's a fun style for fall.’
    • ‘In addition to keeping your bangs in place, this teasing technique also helps create volume, so your bangs look full, not piecey.’
    • ‘Fringes aren't just for long hair, but if you're going short like Emilia, keep the fringe long and piecey for a more youthful, modern finish.’
    • ‘Her ponytail was piecey and textured.’
    • ‘Julianne opted for piecey tendrils at the New York premiere of Safe Haven in February.’
    • ‘On a visit to Vancouver, Victoria opted for a messy side braid with piecey bangs covering her eyes.’
    • ‘Her heavy fringe and piecey, face-framing strands accentuated her makeup, which focused around her inky black liner.’
    • ‘A piecey texture plus streaky coloured hair extensions gave the lengths of this look an edgier finish.’
    • ‘From sleek and smooth to textured and piecey, there are plenty of looks to try.’
    • ‘On Thursday, she introduced fans to her new style -a piecey long bob with blonde highlights.’

Pronunciation

piecey

/ˈpiːsi/