noun, plural coif·feurs [kwa-fœr] /kwaˈfœr/. French.
Examples from the Web for coiffeur
For a descendant of du Guesclin the coiffeur's son would, however, have been as inappropriate as was the notary.A Childhood in Brittany Eighty Years Ago|Anne Douglas Sedgwick
We shared the same manicurist, milliner, modiste, and coiffeur.Memoirs of a Midget|Walter de la Mare
The coiffeur, who was washing the head of an American girl, looked up ungraciously.
The coiffeur was at his door, sunning his aproned stomach, and twisting his moustache as if it were a customer's.
And it's so much nicer not being forced to call in a coiffeur in every town!The Ghost|Arnold Bennett
1847, from French coiffeur "hairdresser," from coiffer "to dress hair," from Old French coife, originally, "inner part of the helmet" (see coif (n.)). A woman hairdresser would be properly a coiffeuse.