Translation of hairband in Spanish:

hairband

cinta, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhɛːband//ˈhɛrˌbænd/

noun

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    (elastic)
    cinta feminine
    huincha feminine Peru Chile Bolivia
    balaca feminine Colombia
    banda feminine Mexico
    vincha feminine South America
    • They sported tank tops, identical hairbands and identical shiny hair.
    • Grimacing with annoyance, she tugged the end of her hair, her fingers curling round her favourite blue and silver hairband.
    • I'll be working with new summer-weight yarns and new styles - socks, shawls, cashmere and lambswool sweaters, even hairbands.
    • She saw an exhausted waitress, blonde and dull-faced with a black hairband and clips put in her hair.
    • I have also discovered a large collection of Asian male students wearing hairbands.
    • She was wearing a beautiful dress with a hairband to match it and gold boots to set it off.
    • Are you allowed to have a mullet if you also where a hairband - where do you draw the line?
    • She had diamonds in her hairband.
    • He confiscated her hairband as insurance of a future meeting.
    • She is wearing blue eye liner and blue eye shadow and blue lip gloss and she has her hair tied up high with a blue hairband and two blue barrettes holding her hair in place.
    • Rolling her eyes, she put a hairband in her hair, and headed out of the bedroom.
    • I even made a catty remark about her hairband back in 1992, for which I'm truly sorry.
    • Two more seed pearls hung from her ear lobes while a white silk hairband restrained her curly hair.
    • He pulled it as tight as he could again, and reapplied the black hairband.
    • When plaits are not structured in graceful arches on the head, they are used as natural hairbands.
    • There was the hairband in her hair, that was her mother's, too.
    • The girls in second class are very fashion conscious with their hairbands.
    • One has brought along some curious lilac fluffy spheres attached to a hairband, which she informs me are earmuffs.
    • No metal is used in the production of the allegedly innovative hairbands and clips, which come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colours.
  • 2

    (rigid)
    diadema feminine
    cintillo masculine
    vincha feminine South America