In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1to blow-dry one's hair — hacerse un brushing
- Yesterday I was blow-drying my hair and felt a mysterious tug; I looked down to see her blissfully munching away.
- He also advises against blow-drying your hair because this tends to inflate volume rather than reduce it.
- I recommend setting the hair as opposed to blow-drying it.
- After running the de-frizzing cream through her hair, rinsing it out, and blow-drying her long, beautiful locks, Hallie ran over to her phone and quickly dialed the number that was so familiar to her.
- If you're not up for spending extra time washing, conditioning, blow-drying and styling your hair, stick with above-the-shoulder locks.
- Also having a shower and washing and blow-drying my hair made me feel good.
- I was just wearing a towel and was blow-drying my hair… he had been drinking.
- I finished my shower and had put on a gold cobwebby shirt that flared at the sleeves and tight bellbottoms of the same color with heeled sandals and was blow-drying my hair.
- Just ask any businesswoman running, in high heels, to make her plane after blow-drying her hair and putting on makeup for an hour.
- Janie was done blow-drying her hair and she took a seat on the bed, ‘I miss Nick.’
- After my hair was free of tangles I took out my hair I took out my hair dryer and blow-dried my hair.
- Abbey showered and instead of blow-drying her hair, which would be washed and dried and totally restyled by her hair assistant, she pulled it up into a messy bun.
- After getting out and blow-drying her hair, she straight ironed it, making it pin straight.
- She ran upstairs and began blow-drying her hair.
- While blow-drying your hair, use the brush to brush each layer to the opposite direction your hair usually goes to create volume.
- Heating up baked beans for the children's lunch, blow-drying her hair in the kitchen, she's going through the motions of an ordinary life.
- It's amazing what blow-drying your hair can do for your self-esteem.
- After blow-drying the hair, Bailey diagonally zigzag-parted the front half into sections.
- She got up and took a hot shower and when she finished blow-drying her long brown hair she went down stairs.
- If you're feeling a little bloated, blow-drying your hair at the roots can't hurt.
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