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Thursday, February 4, 2016

TIME TO GET THE RIGHT Words used to describe the state of people's hair

bad hair day


day when your hair looks untidy and you do not feel attractive

bald


with little or no hair on your head

balding


beginning to lose your hair

body

a thick healthy appearance of your hair

bouffant


bouffant hair is arranged in a style that lifts it away from your head

bristly


bristly hair is short and rough

bushy

bushy hair or fur is very thick

close-cropped


cut very short

coiffed


coiffed hair has been carefully arranged in a special style

coiffured

coiffured hair has been carefully arranged in a special style

crinkly


crinkly hair is rough and curly

curl

the way that someone’s hair grows in curls

disheveled


an American spelling of dishevelled

dishevelled


if you are dishevelled, your hair and clothes do not look tidy

flowing

flowing clothes or hair hang in an attractive way

flyaway


flyaway hair is very thin and soft, so that it is difficult to keep in a tidy hairstyle

frizz

the condition of hair that has very small tight stiff curls

frizzy


fuzzy


gloss


the shiny and attractive appearance of something, especially someone’s hair

hairless


with no hair

hairy


with a lot of hair

lank


lank hair is thin and straight

loose


if your hair is loose, it is not tied in position

luxuriant


 luxuriant hair is thick and healthy

matted

matted hair or fur is twisted or stuck together and usually dirty

nappy


nappy hair is tightly curled or twisted. This word is used especially by black people.

scraggly

scraggly hair is untidy and does not look clean or healthy

shaggy

long, thick, and untidy

shoulder-length


slaphead


 an insulting way of referring to a man who is bald

sleek


sleek fur or hair is smooth and shiny

spiky


split ends

condition in which the ends of your hair are split into two or more parts

straight


straight hair has no curls or waves

swept-back


swept-back hair is brushed away from your forehead

thick


thick hair or fur is made of many small hairs growing very close together

thin


thin hair, fur, or plants do not look solid because there are spaces between the individual hairs or leaves

tidy


tidy hairclothes etc look good because they are arranged in a nice way

tousled

unkempt


dirty and untidy

wavy


wavy line or wavy hair has a lot of waves or curls in it

wind-blown


looking untidy because of being blown around by the wind

windswept


someone who is windswept looks untidy because their clothes and hair have been blown around by a strong wind

wiry


wiry hair or grass is stiff and rough

blow-dried


braided


fuzziness


hairiness


lankly


lankness


luxuriantly


shagginess

tonsured


waviness


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used for saying how long someone’s hair is or how long their clothes are

thin on top

losing your hair

WHICH ONE IS YOUR ?
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