Noun(1) the arrangement of the hair (especially a woman's hair
Verb(1) arrange attractively
(1) Her coiffure was ruined, with her curls hanging down; her gown was rumpled, she had lost her slippers - Rafe could see her bare feet peeking out under the gown -, and the colour was high on her cheeks.(2) And I've been meaning to get a haircut, but now I'm quite pleased I haven't got around to it, since the sizeable bump on my forehead is concealed behind my ever-expanding coiffure .(3) He's a curious figure - Oscar Wilde meets an Andy Warhol superstar with a punk-rock haircut, a coiffure he inflicted on himself the day after Joe Strummer died.(4) Diana's intricately braided coiffure(5) He is wearing a short-sleeved tunic and breeches, his coiffure dressed as a long, interlaced pigtail falling to the horse's rump, with white painted eyes, and a sheathed broadsword at the left hip.(6) However, we can easily guess his social status from his elaborate coiffure : in the manner of high-ranking men, his hair is done up in a topknot, kept in place by an ornamental hairpin.(7) She tells me she is just back from the hairdresser and the coiffure will revert to ragged ringlets as soon as it hits rain.(8) Her dark, golden-brown hair is piled atop her head in a modest coiffure , with only wisps surrounding her porcelain face.(9) With its elegant coiffure and elaborate rings of jewelry covering the shoulders and upper chest, this sculpture speaks of the antiquity of the arts of adornment in sub-Saharan Africa.(10) Don't be fooled by a new hair colour or style; a drastic change in a celebrity coiffure is more often than not meant to distract you from their radical new nose job or facelift.(11) When David Beckham cuts his hair, the next day millions of boys around the world go to the hairdresser to copy his coiffure .(12) It was customary for brides to do their hair up in a Shimada-style coiffure , so women stopped cutting their hair when it came about time to be getting married.(13) In those days a geisha could take lovers but her crucial aim was to secure a ├ö├ç├┐danna├ö├ç├û or patron - a sugar daddy - who could keep her in her exclusive lifestyle of private cars, expensive coiffures and kimonos for every occasion.(14) Japanese women used lacquer (a precursor of modern-day hair spray) to secure their elaborate coiffures .(15) Carefully coiffured , dressed in the trendiest labels and liking nothing better than to browse the designer rails with their friends at the weekend, they are members of the shopping elite.(16) His Civil War epic turned out to be composed of sets, costumes, coiffures , tinsel and hype - and the movie made zillions.
1. hairstyle ::
2. hair style ::
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4. hairdo ::
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7. arrange ::
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9. set ::
10. dress ::
Different Formscoiffure, coiffured, coiffures, coiffuring
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