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a man hairdresser

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3NICKY 3 NICKY CLARKE, 55, celebrity hairdresser THIS celebrated coiffeur, who has an OBE, counts Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie among his regular clients.
It's the kind of place where you might easily bump into George Michael in his Speedos or, in our case, the multi–millionaire coiffeur Charles Worthington.
The couple will have either to go to the coiffeur and studio early in the day or drop the whole idea in order to save time for the wedding party.
Cet ancien coiffeur et correspondant de journaux en Espagne et a Tanger, est un temoin vivant des differentes mutations de la ville depuis l'epoque internationale jusqu'a nos jours.
The marginal projects, which are named in the list of rejected projects, include groceries, cleaning, hair dressing, beauty and coiffeur saloons, for they do not have an added value.
The hero is Turkish heartthrob CE-neyt Arkin, whose coiffeur -- theatrically grey at the temples and lacquered in place, even during the most energetic punch-ups -- is reminiscent of "Streets of San Francisco"-era Michael Douglas.
She'll stand there and tell me how to do it," celebrity coiffeur Leo Bancroft, who is chief snipper for the couple, told the Daily Star.
The agreement has been drawn up between UNI Europa Hair and Beauty, a union of European hairdressers, and EU Coiffeur, a group of European salon owners, who are both "social partners" of the European Commission.
Un super-agent israelien, Zohan Dvir, sex-symbol et heros national, dont l'adversaire palestinien est le Fantome, a le desir secret d'abandonner cette carriere pour celle de coiffeur a New York.
The coiffeur was alongside me on the flight over to the island and looked a right old mess when he landed.
The coiffeur must enjoy her job as she brings out the beauty of every individual.
The judge claimed the coiffeur had stormed into his office sans permission and insulted him without reason or rhyme.
According to Martin Guest, of CBRE - who, of course, never has a hair out of place - Julian's unruly that ch was in desperate need of scaling back so coiffeur to the stars, Gary, from Jakes in St Paul's Square, was drafted in.
All French was banned, including the loan words restaurant, coiffeur and menu, and many people were even encouraged to Germanise their names.