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hairline

(hâr′līn′)
n.
The outline of the growth of hair on the head, especially across the upper forehead and temples.
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He'd probably be in the category where we might not be able to restore his complete hairline but we could improve it with transplants.
The affected areas are very small and the time required to address any hairline cracks found will take from one to two weeks.
The plasterer should tape over the hairline cracks to prevent them from coming through the new plaster, but if they miss any, the cracks will reappear.
In the meantime, it's more important to pay attention to your waistline than your hairline.
GLAM: Hairline UK has stunning outfits from the likes of Little Mistress, left, Beloved, above and, right
Traction alopecia occurs when the extensions pull on the natural hair causing it to break, and usually affects the hairline just above the forehead or the sides, where the hair is weaker.
Embarassed: Tom Enders Hairline cracks were found in the wings of a Qantas A380
He said: "Riverside was lame after exercise on Friday and, as a result, we found he had suffered a hairline fracture to his pelvis.
Dubai: AaGodolphin's Melbourne Cup jix continued after much-fancied All The Good was ruled out of Tuesday's race with a hairline fracture of the cannon bone.
For dancers with fair hair, the hairline highlight is essential.
As it turns out, my hairline comes from a Scots-Irish family named Campbell, the Confederates of my title.