Hairdo

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Cultural VariationsPlay
Hairdos can signify cultural identity or heritage and may have specific meanings within different cultures. SlideHer hairdo, with intricate braiding, reflected her African heritage.
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Event AppropriatePlay
Certain hairdos are preferred for specific events; formal hairdos for weddings and proms, casual for everyday. SlideHe wore a simple hairdo to the beach, but a styled pompadour for the wedding.
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Expression of PersonalityPlay
A hairdo can express a person's personality or mood, from conservative cuts to bold, colorful styles. SlideHer spiky, colorful hairdo matched her vibrant, outgoing personality.