Origin of tress
Examples from the Web for tresses
Though Free began dyeing her tresses four years ago, only recently has she become sought after for her unique hair color.
He trims your tresses and his assistant Dora blows you out to perfection.Gal With a Suitcase: New York's Best Pampering Spots|Jolie Hunt|February 11, 2011|DAILY BEAST
These tresses cannot be maintained by any barber and need special attention.
She flings her arms and tresses of Fire to the stars, a maenad in the planetary dance.The Masque of the Elements|Herman Scheffauer
So far I have not spoken of the various forms of watermarks employed by Nesbitt, nor of the tresses, or seals, found on the flaps.The Die Varieties of the Nesbitt Series of United States Envelopes|Victor M. Berthold
Tressed, having tresses: formed into tresses or ringlets: curled; Tress′y, pertaining to tresses, like tresses.
And now, they were hers, but the tresses that should have adorned the coveted adornments were gone.Short Stories of Various Types|Various
Her hair was long and fair, with a tinge of gold glancing through its pale-brown masses, as if sunbeams were woven in its tresses.