noun, plural hairdos.
the style in which a person’s is cut, arranged, and worn; coiffure.
the itself, especially when newly or elaborately arranged.
noun (pl) -dos
the arrangement of a person’s hair, esp after styling and setting
also hair-do, 1932, from hair + do (v.). Phrase do (one’s) hair attested from 1875.
[hair-dres-er] /ˈhɛərˌdrɛs ər/ noun 1. a person who arranges or cuts . 2. Chiefly British. . /ˈhɛəˌdrɛsə/ noun 1. a person whose business is cutting, curling, colouring and arranging hair, esp that of women 2. a hairdresser’s establishment related adjective tonsorial n. 1770, from hair + dresser. Related: Hairdressing (1771).
[hair-dres-ing] /ˈhɛərˌdrɛs ɪŋ/ noun 1. the act or process of cutting, styling, or , . 2. the vocation or occupation of a . 3. a style of arranging the ; hairdo; coiffure. 4. a preparation, as tonic, oil, pomade, or the like, applied to the for increased manageability.
/ˈhɛəˌdraɪə/ noun 1. a hand-held electric device that blows out hot air and is used to dry and, sometimes, assist in styling the hair, as in blow-drying 2. a device for drying the hair in which hot air is blown into a hood that surrounds the head of a seated person
- Hairdryer treatment
noun 1. (Brit, informal) (esp in sport) the practice of shouting at someone at close quarters in order to express one’s displeasure at something he or she has done