[ UK /hˈe‍əsta‍ɪl/ ]
[ US /ˈhɛɹˌstaɪɫ/ ]
  1. the arrangement of the hair (especially a woman's hair)
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How To Use hairstyle In A Sentence

  • Most women now wear their hair too short for traditional hairstyles, so they wear wigs to go with ritual dress.
  • He liked fashionable clothes and fashionable hairstyles. Times, Sunday Times
  • “Some 1,700 apsaras sicare carved on the walls of Angkor Wat alone; thousands more – individual in dress, hairstyle, and ornamentation – appear in almost every Angkor temple, Hindu and Buddhist alike.” Angkor Wat Interactive on National Geographic | Angkor Wat Apsara & Devata: Khmer Women in Divine Context
  • For example there are several magazines devoted to only hairstyles and hair care.
  • Her hairstyle was a bob; very short in the back and very long in the front, angled slightly to meet with the sturdy line of hair that fell just above her eyes.
  • It seems like just yesterday that there were only three styling products you could use to create the hairstyle of your dreams - gel, hairspray, and mousse.
  • Jennifer Lopez, in a strapless dress and an upswept hairstyle, waved from a balcony to admirers on the floor of Union Station at the Latino Inaugural Gala on Sunday night. Life of the Party: Latin Flair in Washington - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com
  • DON'T try a hairstyle that is drastically different from your usual look. The Sun
  • Men had these funny bobbed hairstyles, so we had to find a way for people not to look ridiculous. Times, Sunday Times
  • Next to her, hands working dexterously on a customer's head, another woman is busily putting the finishing touches to a ‘straightback’ hairstyle.
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