kirby grip


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kirby grip

(ˈkɜːbɪ)
n
(Hairdressing & Grooming) Brit a hairgrip consisting of a piece of metal bent over to form a tight clip and having the upper part ridged to prevent it slipping on the hair
[from Kerbigrip, trademark for the original such hairgrip]
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He failed to "de-escalate" by arguing with a girl when she refused to hand over a kirby grip used for self-harming.
Another idea is blow dry your fringe to the side and secure with a slide or kirby grip.
To give greater volume, Simon took one-inch sections of hair and twisted them around his finger into a pin-curl, attaching carefully with a Kirby grip.
Pin in place using a kirby grip that matches your hair colour.
While warm, curl round fingers and use a kirby grip to pin curl loosely to roots.
Secure each side section with a kirby grip. Take 21/2cm/1in-wide sections of hair from the ponytail and backcomb them slightly, smoothing the top hairs down with the same brush.
She had a kirby grip in her hair and I split her head.
Secure with a kirby grip. Finally, use a flexible hold spray to keep flyaway hairs at bay, while leaving your ponytail bouncy and shiny.
All I've ever found down my chair is a kirby grip, 46p and half a packet of Monster Munch.
rom scrunchies and bows to bejewelled kirby grips and claw clips, hair accessories we thought we left in the 1990s are experiencing a resurgence.