Words of Topic: Haircut

Word group for topic: Haircut, it helps to enhance speaking and writing skills in English tests, especially for ESL students who are working for IELTS, TOEFL, and GRE exams.
 Word Group By Topic: Haircut
hairdresser  Speak
a person who cuts and styles hair as an occupation
My hairdresser has opened a new salon.
barber  Speak
a person who cuts hair, especially men's, and shaves or trims beards as an occupation
The barber cut his hair very short.
fringe  Speak
bangs; an area of hair hanging over the forehead
The girl wears her hair in a fringe.
oftentimes  Speak
Oftentimes I have to wait more than twenty minutes for a bus.
hair colouring  Speak
changing the colour of one’s hair
Hair colouring, or hair dyeing, is the practice of changing the hair colour.
dye  Speak
to change the colour of something using a special liquid
He dyed his hair black.
balayage  Speak
a technique for highlighting the hair in which the dye is painted on in such a way as to create a graduated, natural-looking effect
She specialises in balayage, colour corrections, restyles, and extensions.
hair rebonding  Speak
a chemical treatment on one’s hair to make the curls straight
What is the effect of rebonding hair?
hairstyle  Speak
layered bangs, layered bob, layered crop, layered feather cut, layered razor cut, layered comb over, layered fade, short hair, crew cut, ponytail, undercut, afro...
pixie cut  Speak
a hairstyle for women in which the hair is cut very short
My bravest hairstyle was a very short pixie cut.
ponytails  Speak
a hairstyle in which the hair is tied up high at the back of the head so that it hangs down like a horse's tail
She'd put her hair up in a ponytail that was quite cute because it was so small.
crew cut  Speak
a hairstyle for men and boys in which the hair is cut very short
He had dark blonde hair which was often in a short crew cut like my brother's.
pompadour  Speak
quiff; a man's hairstyle in which the hair is combed up from the forehead without a part
The pompadour hairstyle is a timeless cut.
conventional  Speak
traditional and ordinary
She's very conventional in her views.
undeniably  Speak
in a way that is certainly true
She is undeniably good at her job.
particular  Speak
being great or specific
She wanted a particular type of cactus.
complement  Speak
to make something else seem better or more attractive when combining with it
Strawberries and cream complement each other perfectly.
dull  Speak
not interesting
I find his art rather dull and conventional.
refreshing  Speak
pleasantly different and interesting
I find a swim very refreshing on a hot day.
liberating  Speak
making you feel free and able to behave as you like
Taking all your clothes off can be a very liberating experience.
content  Speak
pleased with your situation
They were content with second hand clothes.
fitting  Speak
suitable or appropriate under the circumstances
He is fitting for the job.
invest  Speak
to put money into something to make a profit
The return on the money we invested was very low.