He trims your tresses and his assistant Dora blows you out to perfection.
These tresses cannot be maintained by any barber and need special attention.
Though Free began dyeing her tresses four years ago, only recently has she become sought after for her unique hair color.
I care not for all those strings of pearl, which you fret me by warping into my tresses, Janet.
tresses of her hair she clipped, And within the tower slipped.
A delicately sculptured laurel-branch is woven into a victor's crown and laid lightly on the tresses it scarcely seems to clasp.
Through her tresses he saw her face turn red; passionately she arose.
The tresses of this lady were shining and black, like the plumage of the raven.
The crown of her tresses as she walked beside him was at his shoulder.
While the bride was kneeling at the altar the gendarme rushed forward and cut her tresses from her head.
late 13c., "long lock of hair," from Old French tresse "a plait or braid of hair" (12c.), perhaps from Vulgar Latin *trichia "braid, rope," from Greek trikhia "rope," from thrix (genitive trikhos) "hair." Related: Tresses.