hairdo

[hair-doo]
noun, plural hairdos.
1.
the style in which a person's hair is cut, arranged, and worn; coiffure.
2.
the hair itself, especially when newly or elaborately arranged.

Origin:
1920–25; hair + do1

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hairdo (ˈhɛəˌduː)
 
n , pl -dos
the arrangement of a person's hair, esp after styling and setting

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Example sentences
They even have the same hairdo: a skunk comb over-silver above the ears and
  dark on top.
The would-be first lady has had her current hairdo for less than two years.
Elaborately colored and curled, it is more sculpture than hairdo, and
  inescapably the first thing anyone notices about her.
The pianist bows, his pageboy hairdo flopping about his solemn face.
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