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Peinarse?

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How would I say "to style a person's hair" and mean more than just combing it. Would I just use peinarse'

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updated FEB 14, 2009
posted by teresa3

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¿Cómo la voy a peinar?
Esa puede ser una aplicación a la frase: "to style a person's hair
Sucede cuando una clienta asiste a un salón de belleza a peinarse, es decir, escoge un estilo de peinado, ya sea dirigido por ella misma o en base a una revista o como alguna persona en especial.

updated FEB 14, 2009
posted by Maria-de-los-Angeles
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It is not only a girl's thing;men have hair too,you know.....well some men have hair

Redimida said:

lazarus1907 said:

No, peinarse would be to comb one's hair. You can say "peinar a alguien" with pretty much that meaning, although I'm sure that expensive and fancy hair saloon use their own more sophisticated term to impress.

Sorry, Lazarus, I'm afraid you are wrong on this one. It a girl thing.

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updated FEB 14, 2009
posted by 00769608
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Wrong or not, the word "peinar" works here.

updated FEB 13, 2009
posted by lazarus1907
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lazarus1907 said:

No, peinarse would be to comb one's hair. You can say "peinar a alguien" with pretty much that meaning, although I'm sure that expensive and fancy hair saloon use their own more sophisticated term to impress.


Sorry, Lazarus, I'm afraid you are wrong on this one. It a girl thing.

updated FEB 13, 2009
posted by Redimida
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Lo cierto es que en las peluquerías te cobran por :

lavar y peinar
Te preguntan: ¿se va a peinar?

O sea, sí, la palabra es peinar.

Sally, hacerse un peinado parece que es un peinado especial como para ir a una fiesta , un rcogido, por ejemplo, o un peinado para una boda.

updated FEB 13, 2009
posted by 00494d19
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Peinado = hairstyle
to style a person's hair = hacerle un peinado

updated FEB 13, 2009
posted by Sally
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No, peinarse would be to comb one's hair. You can say "peinar a alguien" with pretty much that meaning, although I'm sure that expensive and fancy hair saloon use their own more sophisticated term to impress.

updated FEB 13, 2009
posted by lazarus1907
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