Did you mayhaps mean beachcombing?
- v. present participle of backcomb.
“Raf Simons at Jil Sander showed severe chignons and backcombing, topped with a faux pillbox hat complete with net veil.”
“When I started upper school at 11, I used to do my hair up in a big quiff and lots of backcombing – it wasn't really in fashion, but I just started doing it.”
“A prodigious amount of backcombing and a preponderance of blondes created a fair few leonine manes but the effect was more catwalk queen than Lion King.”
“Those hairdos consisted of ratting, backcombing, and enough hairspray to be totally responsible for the Ozone problems we have today.”
“Shards of pine palm and baby conifers added unwonted volume while steady backcombing against a succession of branches had created a Byzantine intricacy of form.”
“She built height for this early updo by winding hair on pop-can-sized rollers, backcombing, then, the coup de grace, spiralling a layer of hair smoothly around the form.”
“Heated rollers and backcombing give lift to your roots before your hair is twisted into an understated up-do.”
“I hear Jennifer's voice calling and my hand reaches for the mirror: let the backcombing begin.”
“Next, create a foundation for the style by backcombing the bottom layers of the hair.”
“We know Americans are known for their love of backcombing and hairspray / wigs, but didn't this look leave the world of good taste and style around 1985?”
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