hair weave


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hair weave

n.
A hairpiece that is attached to the wearer's own hair, as by interweaving or fusing, or to portions of the scalp, as by gluing.

hair′weav′ing (hâr′wē′vĭng) n.
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27 following a dispute over the price of a hair weave. The woman, who was arrested Tuesday, is facing charges of battery for her involvement in the brawl.
A gran claims her scalp was so badly damaged by a PS250 hair weave that she's been left with alopecia.
Lace front wigs, another form of hair weave, involve racks that are tied individually--strand by strand--to the hair cuticle, creating a hair line that gives an appearance that looks more "natural" than a hair weave.
CANCER mum Vanessa Green paid pounds 2,000 for a hair weave - but was in agony after it started pulling skin off her scalp.
Indeed it was--it was 2nd Congressional District candidate Paul Hodes, who last we checked remains opposed to getting a hair weave.
For instance, they could be tempted to offer a job to a small out-of-work Dutchman with a hair weave.
Not a hair weave in sight on Elton John's coat of arms, just records, a keyboard and a football.
The contest is open to anyone 18 or older who wears a hair weave. Finalists will be required to appear at the Bronner Brothers International Hair Show in Atlanta on Aug.
Not since the coverage of the 1989 San Francisco earthquake have telecasts worked so hard to avoid showing gay people on camera: interminable shots of coach Cheryl Miller's hair weave; fathers with bored sons, hanging like limp boy boas on their shoulders, standing in a sea of short-haired women--any angle to avoid those square-bottomed high-fiving bevies of big butches.
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Vice president of sales Eileen Phillips says there is no reason chain drug stores should let beauty shops capture the entire hair weave and extension market.
Despite spending a reputed pounds 14,000 for his hair weave - the star nearly lost the lot from one strong gust as he strolled down a West London street.