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  • n. Plural form of flyaway.


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  • Shanghai has been moved to April to help ensure a balance of 'flyaways' and China will now form a double header race with

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  • I never blow dry -- just try to control the frizz and flyaways.


  • No more flyaways, because shampoo is what dries curly hair!


  • I didn't want to be one of those, right, checking their reflections for flyaways in storefront windows, some kind of nervous, you know.


  • The bathroom was busy—women constantly rotated in and out, washing their hands and adjusting imaginary flyaways and refreshing their already-perfect lipstick—but she only had ears for those two voices.

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  • I could almost see the blond flyaways standing up on their offended little ends.

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  • “This helps maintain their shape and prevents flyaways.”

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  • To smooth hair, spray it onto the palms of your hand, rub together and then use your hands as tools to smooth flyaways down the hair.

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  • Damn girl, you need some Frizz-Ease to control those flyaways!

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  • The skinny girl with shiny, perfect hair or the pudgy girl with a million flyaways from her should-be straight hair?

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