(of the hair) arranged or combed in a coiffure; styled: An elderly lady with perfectly coiffed hair had just stepped out of the elevator.
- Also coifed [kwahft] /kwɑft/ .
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How to use coiffed in a sentence
They also were found to have perfectly coiffed hair, and wore what appeared to be Dior makeup.
The rainbow-coiffed fellas scored another smash when their management company, Bit Hit Entertainment of South Korea, went public on October 15.By this measure, K-pop mega-stars BTS struck the wrong note with their IPO | Shawn Tully | October 16, 2020 | Fortune
With his latest film, Big Eyes, the Robert Smith-coiffed 56-year-old has stepped back into reality.Tim Burton Talks ‘Big Eyes,’ His Taste For the Macabre, and the ‘Beetlejuice’ Sequel | Marlow Stern | December 17, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
And when he shaved clean the perfectly coiffed hair, she was viscerally horrified.
The extravagantly-coiffed cyclist had, however, shaved off his sideburns for today's ceremony in Buckingham Palace.
First lady Jackie Kennedy would often add a perfectly coiffed swirl of human hair to her own mane for updos and special occasions.Chris Rock to Blame for Obsession With Black Hair and Beyoncé | Allison Samuels | August 12, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Instead it was the perfectly coiffed bang that reigned supreme as the most sought after beauty trend of the season.
A shrewd-looking, rather trim old lady with carefully coiffed hair stood in the doorway.Bunker Bean | Harry Leon Wilson
Try as he might, he, the designer of fabulously rare head-dresses, could not induce this charming Madams hair to stay coiffed.The Beaver, Vol. 1, February, 1921, No. 5 | Hudson's Bay Company
The main building is square, with a great coiffed round tower at each corner.Castles and Chateaux of Old Touraine and the Loire Country | Francis Miltoun
When will you be coiffed with your big bell a hundred feet under ground, cursed bellringer?Notre-Dame de Paris | Victor Hugo
Her hair was always coiffed in the latest mode, and not one lock was ever known to be out of place.Molly Brown of Kentucky | Nell Speed