Hairstyle Vocabulary in English | Getting a Haircut

A hairstyle, hairdo, or haircut refers to the styling of hair, usually on the human scalp. Sometimes, this could also mean an editing of beard hair. The fashioning of hair can be considered an aspect of personal grooming, fashion, and cosmetics, although practical, cultural, and popular considerations also influence some hairstyles.

Hairstyle Vocabulary in English

Pixie cut

He tied his hair in a pixie cut.

Bob

Her hair was stylishly cut into a bob.

Medium length

She looks the best in medium length hair.

Long

Every girl looks extremely beautiful in long hair.

Short blonde

My sister has short blonde hair.

Long blonde

Mary has long blond hair.

Bun

She coiled her hair into a neat bun on top of her head.

Ponytail

Kerry swept her hair back into a ponytail.

Pigtail

A little girl in pigtails presented the bouquet.

Curly

Is your hair naturally curly or have you had a perm?

Dreadlocks

His hair took to the forming of dreadlocks.

Mohawk

He knows how to gel his own hair and style his own mohawk.

Red hair

I recognized her by her red hair.

Dyed hair

His head was crowned with an astonished crest of dyed hair.

Gray hair

She looks fashion with gray hair.

Long wavy hair

Her long wavy hair was tied back with a bow.

Man bun

The man bun hairstyle ascended as an edgy, fashionable alternative to wearing men’s long hair naturally.

Combover

A comb over or combover is a hairstyle worn by bald or balding men in which the hair is grown long and combed over the bald area to minimize the appearance of baldness.

Plaits

She was about eleven, with long red hair in two plaits.

Ringlets

Her hair hung about her shoulders in ringlets.

Bald

He started to go bald in his twenties.

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