noun, verb (used with object), coiffed, coiff·ing.
Examples from the Web for coiffed
The coiffed and preened diners look up from such offerings as wild Alaskan sockeye salmon and goat-cheese tart.Chicago Gangs Go ‘Wilding’ Amid Rising Gun Violence in Obama’s Hometown|Michael Daly|August 31, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Even her oft-commented style—the coiffed hair, a wardrobe of tailored pantsuits—now shows a settled sureness.
She coiffed her hair and wore high heels to run errands; she matched her kitchen wallpaper to her China pattern.
Her hair had not been coiffed by the high-elbowed artist with the waving-tongs.We Can't Have Everything|Rupert Hughes
When will you be coiffed with your big bell a hundred feet under ground, cursed bellringer?Notre-Dame de Paris|Victor Hugo
In the Rue de lHopital one sees two coiffed towers rising high above the surrounding gables.Castles and Chateaux of Old Burgundy|Francis Miltoun
I was struck by her regal bearing, her poise, her coiffed hair, and her dazzling but tasteful jewelry.The Capgras Shift|Sam Vaknin
A 'bonne' coiffed with ribbon shepherded two little girls with pig-tails and frilled drawers.The Forsyte Saga, Complete|John Galsworthy