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  1. (n) a woman's hairstyle in which the hair gives a puffy appearance
  2. (adj) being puffed out; used of hair style or clothing


  1. North Korea's Kim Jong Il, 51, wears high-heeled shoes and a bouffant hairdo in an attempt to look taller.
  2. Manhattan's Kenneth, who gained fame as the architect of Jackie Kennedy's bouffant extravaganzas, has switched to the short crop.
  3. The brush-cut hair that blew to bangs and billowed to bouffant has been tamed and dyed.


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  1. "It was thrilling," Hart said. "It felt like I was in the service myself. It was sweaty, my bouffant hair style was porcupining up and collapsing on one side. But I kept all the memorabilia, all the (military) coins. It was just awesome."
    on Dec 19, 2006 By: Jimmy Hart Source: The Conservative Voice

  2. "Parker has always been daring," said Brady. "But this new hairdo was so very short, almost severe - and yet with its own sense of authority. Kind of a fringe with a bouffant up-do, reminiscent in a way to something Audrey Hepburn might wear,...
    on Sep 19, 2008 By: Wayne Brady Source: HULIQ (press release)

  3. "I insisted we get the best wig designer in the business, Paul Huntley in New York, to do the wig to recreate Ann Landers' famous bouffant hairstyle," Ivey said. "She had so much hair, always perfectly sculpted, and it became a trademark. I...
    on Jun 19, 2008 By: Judith Ivey Source:

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