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Synonyms for braid

Synonyms for braid

a hairdo formed by braiding or twisting the hair

trimming used to decorate clothes or curtains

make by braiding or interlacing


decorate with braids or ribbons

form or weave into a braid or braids


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We hypothesize that removing this barrier to entry will ultimately increase the total number of beauty shops, potentially creating more opportunities for small beauty shops by decreasing the cost of becoming a practitioner and increasing the supply of braiders. Before turning to our analysis, we discuss the rationale for occupational licensing and provide some background on regulation of hair braiding.
In North Carolina, for instance, lawmakers passed legislation in 2010 requiring braiders to be licensed, with the test being administered only in English.
Several other states also have recently reduced the training requirements for hair braiders. For example, Illinois passed a law in 2010 stating that hair braiders who have practiced for at least 2 years are exempt from obtaining a license.
Braider said he sees a lot of crossover between departments, where, for example, journalism students can take courses in information science.
Christopher Braider signals that this work is a 'domestic colloquy with a body of poems I love' (p.
Claudia enjoys using her hair braider, and just as important, she enjoys how stylish she feels with funky braids in her hair.
JoAnne Cornwell, a San Diego State University professor turned braider of African-style hair designs.
To this end, Braider argues that the naturalism of northern Renaissance and baroque painting undermined the belief in allegory necessary to sustain an "ut pictura poesis" conception of art and thereby paved the way for modernist "analyses of the possibilities and constraints embedded in the actual material medium" (251) of painting and literature.
Dallas hair braider runs into tangles even with Texas law on his side, The Dallas Morning News
She was a wonderful rug braider and talented seamstress.
They were fascinated at the breadth of our products from ignition wire, to Teflon braider suture threads, to air hose protection for jet fighter ejection seats, to the everyday common braid or rope.
The Wild West Wagon and Pony Playset includes a hair braider for you and your pony.
Two examples here would be Conair, which is making an instructional video available for its new battery-operated hair braider, and Capresso, which has some of its specialty retail partners go to the consumers' homes to set up their new machines and teach them the ins-and-outs of operating them.
Greg Abbott on Monday signed a bill into law that removes licensing requirements for hair braiders. The bill was pushed by longtime braider Isis Brantley, who has called for a rule change for years.
Scarlata has headed Colonial since the late seventies, when the company consisted of one full-time officer, one two-hour per week assistant -- Judy Wentzel -- and one retired gentleman who worked as a voluntary braider because he enjoyed the job.