• WordNet 3.6
    • n hairdo the arrangement of the hair (especially a woman's hair)
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In literature:

Brent strode past her and expertly mussed her sleek hairdo in a quick gesture.
"Ten From Infinity" by Paul W. Fairman
She dialed another drink and settled down with it beneath the mechanical stylist for a readjustment in the hairdo department.
"Legacy" by James H Schmitz
In spite of the blue I-A fatigues and a rather severe pulled-back hairdo, this was a handsome woman.
"Operation Haystack" by Frank Patrick Herbert
That's a new hairdo, isn't it?
"The Very Secret Agent" by Mari Wolf

In news:

How to Steal Justin Bieber's James Dean -Inspired Hairdo.
The Best Hairdos In Hollywood History.
Give Hollywood polish to slick, stylish, easy hairdo.
Theory of a Deadman's Tyler Connolly Imparts Insight Into His Pompadour Hairdo.
It's a lethal weapon for this redhead 's hairdo.
Nicole Richie Hairstyle & Hairdo Latina.
It's about hard work, not hairdos.
Much ado about — a hairdo.
Several people found themselves sporting new hairdos Tuesday.
Half-century later, buzz surrounds the creator of the beehive hairdo.
The would-be first lady has had her current hairdo for less than two years.
It's not all about the hairdo.
Over The Top Hairdo Sparks Blogosphere Firestorm .
I alwasy hated her hairdo see the amzing before and after from PEOPLE magazine here.
If you're a fan of 'The Voice,' then you know that mentor Christina Aguilera does a lot of self-fanning USA TODAY's Carly Mallenbaum takes a look at the many hand fans (and hairdos) of Xtina.