hair band


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hair band

n.
1. also hair·band (hâr′bănd′)
a. A band worn around the head.
b. An elastic band used to secure hair in a ponytail or other hairstyle.
2. A band that plays hard rock or heavy metal, whose performers typically have long, teased-out hair.
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1 played in a rainbow hair band in 2012 in support of equal rights after comments from Court.
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Smooth over, comb into place and secure into a pony tail with a hair band just below the crown.
Simply run some OSiS SoftN' Straight through limp locks, brush through and secure at the nape of the neck with a sparkly diamante hair band.
Michelle Jane Gavan has been banned from owning animals for life after she failed to get help for five-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier Edward - even after he stopped eating and could no longer stand after swallowing a hair band.
Step 2: Pull the hair into a low ponytail at the nape of the neck and secure with a hair band, letting random pieces fall around the face.
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Our tables overlooked Primate Island, where kikuyu colobus monkeys - the ones whose fur and coloring evoke an '80s hair band - frolicked in a tall tree.