hairdresser hairdresser  /ˈhɛrd ˌrɛ sər/


  • (n) someone who cuts or beautifies hair



  1. Frulein Hofmann, a hairdresser on the German liner Europa, was allegedly his accomplice, in a capacity, for which nature had not fitted her, of lure.
  2. The writer-director, a Bronx hairdresser who'd never done a porno feature before, called himself Jerry Gerard.
  3. But outside the hairdresser's chair, things are not so simple.


  • Lippmann retiring after 47 years as hairdresser

    A hairdresser of 47 years is retiring this weekend after owning Salon LA for 20 years in St. James City. Lena Lippmann said her passion for hair began as a young child.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Pine Island Eagle

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  1. "Instead of the locker room, I was at home, which was a bit more cozy," Federer said. "I went to the city once or twice. Went to the hairdresser. Watched movies. Played cards."
    on Jul 6, 2007 By: Roger Federer Source:

  2. "We're going to get her own bus and everything, fix it up with her own hairdresser, makeup and everything - just like Jessica Simpson," Willie Nelson said.
    on Sep 15, 2007 By: Willie Nelson Source: Dallas Morning News

  3. "The best word would be bombarded," Chatman said to Baton Rouge's The Advocate. "I'm at the hairdresser and I get a call [from associate head coach Bob Starkey saying], 'They don't want you to take the practice floor [March 6] at 12 o'clock.'...
    on Aug 14, 2007 By: Pokey Chatman Source: AHN

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