chevelure, shev′e-lūr, n. a head of hair: a periwig: the nebulous part of a comet.
The arrangement of this chevelure is performed for the chiefs by professional barbers, and is a work of great labour.
Then, why does the chevelure of dark-haired persons always resemble the 'raven's wing?'
Nature had been partial to this little working girl and given her the chevelure of a queen.
The chevelure of Sure-shot, well saturated with charcoal paste, assumed a different hue.