Traducción de headband en Español:


cinta del pelo, n.

Pronunciación /ˈhɛdband//ˈhɛdˌbænd/


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    cinta del pelo femenino
    vincha femenino América del Sur
    huincha femenino Perú Chile Bolivia
    • This looks extra cool when you match the color of the headband to your hair.
    • Soak hair-care items like combs, barrettes, hair ties or bands, headbands, and brushes in rubbing alcohol or medicated shampoo for 1 hour.
    • Models strutted the catwalk wearing patched trousers and men's shirts, turquoise headbands and striped jumpers, which combined to illustrate the girl's tomboy side.
    • After shoes, hats and headbands, we checked the tights.
    • These guys have a seriously great sense of style and I'm not just talking about their shiny shirts and headbands either.
    • His hair had been pushed back with an ornamental headband made of small white beads, fully revealing his ears.
    • It is especially useful if you are always in a hurry, because the headband ensures that none of your own hair is visible.
    • She was slowly and carefully sliding the headband into her hair so that it would fluff up just the right amount in the back.
    • If you're not keen on winter hats, you can always buy a nice headband.
    • I've known moms to be phobic of anything with an appliqué, certain colors, non-natural fibers, or frilly headbands.
    • It was supposed to be a headband to keep the hair out of his face, but it didn't feel good against his head.
    • It looked as if she had used it as a headband to keep her hair out of her face, and believe me, that was a job in itself.
    • Meanwhile, scarves, headbands, hats and handbags provide maximum impact with minimum yardage.
    • When I was playing, I had my hair long, a headband round my temple and my socks rolled around my ankles.
    • Today, Kevin is wearing his robes: a long, flowing white tunic, a shawl and a headdress with a yellow headband.
    • Richie still wears the sunglasses, headband and long hair of a late-seventies tennis pro.
    • Another lady who sat near me had done something unusual with her hair using a headband.
    • Another trick she suggests is to wear a fabric headband while working out to hold loose pieces of your hair back. as well as soak up the sweat.
    • Unable to find a hat, he took three souvenir towels that had been passed out to fans and fashioned them into a headband and ear muffs for the return walk to his car.
    • He stripped off his headband and ran a hand through his blonde hair.