Croydon facelift


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Croydon facelift

n
(Clothing & Fashion) informal derogatory Brit the tightening effect on the skin of a woman's face caused by securing the hair at the back of the head in a tight ponytail
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43: People who have never set foot in the borough thinking the so-called Croydon Facelift is a real thing
Jay Birmingham, the owner of Jay Birmingham Hair, said that Markle employed her own version of the Croydon facelift.
Wonder what the Hollywood equivalent of a"Croydon facelift" is?
If you're a fan of the "Croydon facelift" you may be suffering from traction alopecia, where the follicles have been permanently damaged by pulling hair too tightly.
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The year 2000 saw the rise of "chav" hairstyles such as the Croydon Facelift, which made that decade A[degrees] second only to the 1980s as the worst for hair in recent times.
As she took to the green, spectators could have been forgiven for thinking the stylish superstar had turned to what has popularly been termed a Croydon facelift.
So unsuccessful are my efforts at styling my own hair that most days I admit defeat and go for a Croydon facelift - a ponytail so high and tight it makes Vicky Pollard look like a boho babe.
"None of the crew had seen me with blonde hair and the sort of 'Croydon facelift'.
wobbly mascara applications on the bus, unruly hair scraped into a Croydon facelift and hairy legs covered up with opaques.
Bang Bang singer Ariana Grande, 21, rocked up in a leather mini dress from Moschino's Resort 2015 collection, teamed with Tom Ford thigh-high boots and Croydon facelift ponytail.