- n. Plural form of hairdresser.
“These days she only reads such things in the hairdressers, which is where she was two days ago hoping that the colour they put on her hair would seep into her brain.”
“They could approach suppliers such as hairdressers, manicurists and beauticians to join in with the BOGOF ethos, thus getting two mistresses in tip top condition for the price of one.”
“Mthatha residents are no strangers to water cuts: businesses, particularly those that depend on water, such as hairdressers and car washes, have in the past complained bitterly about the disruption they cause.”
“Service careers such as hairdressers, cleaning services and care services also fall in this category.”
“Apple has created a prototype of a payment terminal that small businesses, such as hairdressers and mom-and-pop stores, could use to scan NFC-enabled iPhones and iPads, Doherty said.”
“Apparently, Apple's already prototyped a payment terminal that small businesses, such as hairdressers and mom-and-pop stores, could use to scan”
“An anecdote about my first introduction to Beijing's backstreet 'hairdressers'.”
“This category includes occupations such as hairdressers, waiters and salespersons.”
“Other people who have a nickel allergy include those working with various chemicals or machinery that involves nickel such as hairdressers, hospital staff, or those working with cleaning chemicals.”
“Plus all the indirect new jobs, such as hairdressers, bakeries, doctors with more patients and able to charge higher fees, same for hairdressers, also making cars or appliances more affordable directly and indirectly to the community in general, etc etc!!!!”
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