feathercut

feath•er•cut

(ˈfɛð ərˌkʌt)

n.
a woman's hairstyle in which the hair is cut short in layers and softly curled in a feathery effect.
[1935–40]
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Roedd Kristina rhy ifanc i gofio'r 1970au yn amlwg ond dwi'n meddwl fod y feathercut yn agos iddi?
There's very little to which the littlest Top Gear chappy won't turn his hand or Rod Stewart-inspired feathercut.
2 THE feathercut, leopardskin Rod Stewart look making a comeback.
Paul Weller Civic Hall, WolverhamptonHis feathercut barnet may be slightly tinged with grey but Paul Weller can teach the young pretenders to his throne a thing or two about rocking a crowd.
Her flowing red tresses have been replaced with an old-fashioned feathercut favoured by 70s skinhead girls.
And he's even had his hair styled in a trendy feathercut - just like 70s Bay City Roller Les McKeown.
In the '70s, those heady days of feathercuts and flares, platforms, sideburns, prog rock and velvet suits, the Top Rank was THE place to go in South West Wales for thousands on a Friday and Saturday night.
He's dressed as a dragon and is by some distance the most inappropriately dressed member of the audience - a pristine congregation of Fred Perrys, feathercuts and desert boots.
You can strike a retro pose in the Big Booth from Wednesday to Friday, February 15-17 when the photo booth, big enough for the whole family, will be kitted out to celebrate Feathercuts and Flares, the Walker's display of 70s fashion, with fancy dress and props on hand.
Contemporary Urban Centre, until November 30; The Art Books of Henri Matisse, The Walker, until April 15, 2012; Costume Drama: Fashion from 1790 to 1850, Sudley House, until May 7, 2012; The Finishing Touch: Women's Accessories, 1830-1940, Lady Lever Gallery, until December 11; Feathercuts and Flares, The Walker; An Alphabet, The Walker, until December 4; Age of the Dinosaur, World Museum Liverpool, until April 15, 2012; A Question of Taste, Victoria Gallery & Museum, until January 28.
Our most famous haircuts included the Bay City Rollers' assortment of feathercuts and Alan Rough's ill-advised World Cup perm.
Whether he's receiving any sort of alleviation of his oval ball induced pains is unclear as he's dressed as a dragon and so is by some distance the most inappropriately dressed member of the audience - a pristine congregation of Fred Perrys, feathercuts and desert boots.