hair curler


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Noun1.hair curler - a mechanical device consisting of a cylindrical tube around which the hair is wound to curl ithair curler - a mechanical device consisting of a cylindrical tube around which the hair is wound to curl it; "a woman with her head full of curlers is not a pretty sight"
mechanical device - mechanism consisting of a device that works on mechanical principles
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Synthetic wigs are an inexpensive choice that still achieve a natural look, while human hair wigs offer the convenience of being manipulated with heat from hot tools, using a hair straightener, hair curler, and hair dryer without danger.
Tim then cut the cord of Tahan's hair curler, which he later regretted doing, as he admitted to Big Brother.
Since the diameter of the sash material is greater than the diameter of the hair curler, your stitches will have to be longer than the distance between the beads you're sewing to.
She said that her husband recently bought her a hair curler from the mall for Dh25 - compared to a Dh200 model she had purchased from a Dubai mall earlier.
There you can find a lip gloss and mirror set for the recommended age of four to eight or a hair curler that claims will have six-year-olds wondering how did I ever live without it?
You could rent one for 26s 8d a week or, if you bought one before December 19, you received a free hair curler set for "the lady of the house" worth nearly 10 shillings.
THE trademark hair curlers, headscarf and pinny worn by Coronation Street legend Hilda Ogden have sold at auction for PS4,200.
Liverpool-born Alexander won the nation's heart with her turn as the pinnywearing, sharp-tongued cleaning lady who was rarely seen without a set of tightly-wound hair curlers.
The Liverpool-born actress won the nation's hearts with her turn as the pinny-wearing, sharp-tongued cleaning lady who was rarely seen without a set of tightly-wound hair curlers.
AROUND 1930 Philip Allingham, the brother of the well known author Margery Allingham, sold ladies' hair curlers on the markets of North East of England.