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n. pl. up·dos
Any of various hairstyles in which the hair is gathered together and secured to the back or top of the head, often in elaborate arrangements, as for a wedding or other formal occasion.

[up + do, hairdo.]



n., pl. -dos.
an upswept hairdo.
[1935–40; up (swept) + (hair) do]
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Jennifer Lopez She's still Jenny From The Block and she looks it in this oversized fur coat, tight updo and overstated jewellery.
WORK AN UPDO Chris says: "Everyone went crazy for this.
During Prince William and Middleton's four-day Scandinavian tour earlier this month, the Duchess of Cambridge styled her hair in a glamorous updo using a hairnet.
Despite the pair's dark and stormy summer looks, the 'It Ain't Me' hit-maker, who wore her hair in a stylish updo, made sure to accessorise with a pop of color, carrying a fire-engine red purse.
Hair jewellery is also having a moment too, and it's the perfect addition to an on-trend braid or updo.
And no wonder - the sleek style is equal parts edgy and polished, and because the rest of your hair is down it's much easier to achieve than a complicated updo.
The sleek style is equal parts edgy and polished and, because the rest of your hair is down, it's easier to achieve than an updo.
With the patent-pending Convertible Women's Ballcap, you can wear it closed like a regular cap or open up the back to flaunt that updo.
Sofia, who plays the villainous Princess Ahmanet in the flick, also decided it should be all about the shoulders and teamed her glistening Miu Miu gown with a messy updo.
This is a great modern twist on a vintage updo, taking the elements of both a horizontal and victory roll and combining them together to create a bold eye-catching updo.
Skip the updo to nix any stuffiness, and add a bold bag.