hairdresser's

hairdresser's

(ˈhɛəˌdrɛsəz) or

hairdresser's salon

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Translations

hairdresser's

صالون kadeřnictví frisørsalon Frisör κομμωτήριο peluquería kampaamo salon de coiffure frizerski salon parrucchiere 美容院 미용실 kapper frisørsalong fryzjer cabeleireiro парикмахерская frisersalong ร้านทำผม kuaför hiệu làm tóc 美发厅
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His appearance was cer- tainly that of a hairdresser's dummy; but in the great demoralization of the land he kept up his appearance.
Even his hair, touched here and there with grey, though it had been combed and curled at a hairdresser's, did not give him a stupid appearance, as curled hair usually does, by inevitably suggesting a German on his wedding-day.
He also admitted conducting himself in a disorderly manner at four other hairdresser's shops.
The hairdresser's brother, 32, was arrested on Friday in connection with the illegal possession and transportation of a gun, destroying evidence, conspiracy to murder, and abetting a felony.
Based on their new proposals, the small office would find its bill slashed to pounds 59, the hairdresser's bill would stay at pounds 113.
But Sheila Fulton, 62, didn't hang around to count her blessings - she rushed off to the hairdresser's instead.
Since then the hairdresser's 32-year-old brother has also been remanded in relation to allegedly transporting a murder weapon.
Now I do have to admit to being a bit of a hairdresser's floozy.
Hundreds of hairdressers from around the world submitted entries to Hairdresser's Journal International magazine, but only six were shortlisted by judges.
We pay for the hairdresser's boat ticket, which is pounds 15, and then they usually charge around pounds 8 a head.
The competition allows an individual or a team to present a style created in the hairdresser's own salon and submit photographs of the "finished look" to the judges.