And it's so much nicer not being forced to call in a coiffeur in every town!
Her hair was dazzlingly yellow, and arranged with all the stiffness of the coiffeur's art.
When our lessons are over we put on wrappers and the coiffeur comes to dress our hair, beginning with the eldest.
She was "out," so it was dressed high on her head by a French coiffeur.
The countess had already been in the hands of her Parisian coiffeur for some hours.
"Merci bien," said the coiffeur, fervently, as he counted the cash.
It was to ride to Sonnay, to tell the coiffeur there to come to Lancilly early to-morrow.
A coiffeur in a good district is the repository of the grandest secrets of life.
And having seen her "Princess" safely ensconced in the attic, she rifled the stocking, and returned to the coiffeur.
The other protg was called Yves le Grand, and was the son of bonne maman's coiffeur.
1847, from French coiffeur "hairdresser," from coiffer "to dress hair," from Old French coife, originally, "inner part of the helmet" (see coif (n.)). A woman hairdresser would be properly a coiffeuse.