curling tongs


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curling tongs

pl n
(Hairdressing & Grooming) a metal scissor-like device that is heated, so that strands of hair may be twined around it in order to form curls. Also called: curling iron, curling irons or curling pins
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curling tongs

, (US) curling iron
plLockenschere f, → Brennschere f; (electric) → Lockenstab m

curling tongs

curling irons (Am) npl (for hair) → arricciacapelli m inv
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Club suppers had occurred in the bedrooms, and a dressed tongue had been carved with a pair of scissors, and handed round with the curling tongs.
Their most trivial action may mean volumes, or their most extraordinary conduct may depend upon a hairpin or a curling tongs.
And in the last few months they have fixed a whole host of items - from curling tongs to lamps to suitcases, and even an Action Man's arm.
Wavy bobs where we use curling tongs or flat iron as styling gadgets to create beach waves on short bobs.
Re-create the style with a pair of large curling tongs and a bottle of salt spray.
A Tom Tom sat nav, Adidas trainers, Barbour jacket and Babyliss curling tongs were stolen.
Either plait your hair and sleep on it for lived in waves, or use curling tongs and take random sections for the same effect.
Get your tickets quick - they're be hotter than my curling tongs before a night at the Venue.
I'm excited about straighteners, curling tongs and hair accessories - and they don't even make my arms ache any more.
It fits in nicely with all the estate agents and more hairdressers than you could shake a pair of curling tongs at.
There were gas rings to heat up curling tongs which were thrust into the hair to do a marcel wave, plus create a few blisters.
Looks like curling tongs and heated wands might be an early entry on those Christmas lists.