perruquier

perruquier

(pəˈruːkɪə; French pɛrykje)
n
(Hairdressing & Grooming) a person who creates, styles, or sells perukes or hair-pieces
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Among the theatrical artifacts on display alongside the photos are a Phantom of the Opera mask by Rodney Gordon, playbills, T-shirts and albums from American Idiot, and wig and mustache creations by master perruquier Paul Huntley.
Immortal beauty is a counterfeit; it is to be found only in factitious images forged by the vision of an artist, whether painter or poet, but evidently not in the manufacture of an artificer such as the perruquier.
Selon une annonce parue dans les journaux, les femmes ont eu plus de chance avec la distribution de deux autres operettes (4) d'Offenbach, jouees le 24 octobre 1877, Apothicaire et perruquier, avec un role feminin sur cinq, et Lischen et Fritzchen, un amusant duo mixte alsacien.
Offenbach, Jacques, Apothicaire et perruquier (1861), operette en un acte
(18) Edward VII appointed him "Royal Perruquier and
and took his role as costumier and perruquier seriously.
Another fictional military hero from the past, Thomas Kydd, was a wigmaker in Guildford before the press gang visited town, and the young perruquier, along with his great friend Renzi, found themselves aboard the huge lumbering battleship Duke William.