One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A short or tapered haircut effected with a razor.‘he had a firmly gelled razor cut’
- ‘The latest styling in hair is the razor cut, but all that was in vogue during the Sixties is now coming back.’
- ‘Why don't you suggest compulsory razor cuts for baldies?’
- ‘Today, a mere $5,000 and a razor cut gets you a New Man.’
- ‘Oh, and it was a full wash and razor cut, took over half an hour and still only cost $10!’
- ‘On other days you encounter nothing but razor cuts and frosted highlights.’
with object Cut (hair) with a razor.‘her thick, textured hair was razor-cut and left to dry naturally’
- ‘Hair was razor-cut into long layers, flat-ironed forward, and fingered for a spiky look.’
- ‘Blanche then carefully razor cut Julia's tresses to remove a lot of the bulk and thickness.’
- ‘Afterward he razor-cut her hair into layers, trimming away seven inches to create a more current-looking textural finish.’
- ‘She shaped this style with many razor-cut choppy layers that were thinned at the crown.’
- ‘Ask your stylist to razor-cut the ends to add new angles and dimensions to your face.’
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