What does the phrase “to do my hair” mean?


The phrase “to do my hair” can mean to brush one’s hair, tidy one’s hair or fix one’s hair.
For example:

  • Every morning Jessica wakes up, brushes her teeth and does her hair.
  • The bride did her hair in a beautiful bun for her wedding day.
  • Craig did his hair before his big date.

A person can do somebody else’s hair also.
For example:

  • The hairdresser did his client’s hair before the client went to an important meeting.
  • She is a celebrity hairdresser, she does all the celebrities hair.
  • The mother did the child’s hair before her first day at school.
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