from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The occupation of a hairdresser.
- n. The act of dressing or arranging the hair.
- n. A cosmetic or medicinal preparation for dressing the hair.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The washing, colouring, cutting and styling of the hair; the art or trade of a hairdresser.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a toiletry for the hair.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a toiletry for the hair
- n. care for the hair: the activity of washing or cutting or curling or arranging the hair
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Here, at an adjacent workroom, they learn traditional crafts like weaving and stitching cross-stitch patterns of embroidery on traditional clothes and souvenir items from which they earn a few shekels to tide over through these lean months, and for the younger ones, the latest fad in hairdressing.
Qualifications such as an NVQ level 2 in hairdressing, which is worth the equivalent of six GCSEs, are expected to be axed from school league tables.
Qualifications such as an NVQ level 2 in hairdressing, which is worth the equivalent of six GCSEs, and an OCR level 2 national certificate in travel and tourism - worth four GCSEs - are likely to be ditched.
LISA Pervizaj has always been interested in hairdressing, which is hardly surprising since it runs in the family. head start: St Bees hairdresser Lisa Pervizaj at work in her shop
US workers could switch to service jobs such as hairdressing, retail and real estate -- with long working hours.
The Sunday Telegraph reported: The Government is to outlaw ‘sexist’ career advice which directs girls into jobs such as hairdressing and boys into careers such as engineering.
She was very useful to him in small services, such as hairdressing, so she had easy access to him, and thus she came to him this morning.
The changes are expected to break the link between permanent residency and trade occupations, such as hairdressing and cookery, that has been on a major demand list to attract overseas students wishing to stay on in Australia, the report said.
Many overseas students from Asia seek residency in Australia after completing vocational courses at private colleges, usually in low-skill careers such as hairdressing and catering.
SYDNEY - Australia today axed 20,000 migrant applications in a major overhaul aimed at clamping down on foreign students gaining permanent residency through courses such as hairdressing and cookery.