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English translation: thinned out

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Spanish term or phrase:desfilado
English translation:thinned out
Entered by: Katarina Peters
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18:18 Mar 22, 2007
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General / Conversation / Greetings / Letters / Hairdressing
Spanish term or phrase: desfilado
Quisiera saber cómo se llama en inglés el estilo de corte de pelo que es la última tendencia hace ya algunos años, en el cual las puntas del pelo se "pulen" con la tijera para quitar volumen y dejarlas más finitas. A veces estas puntas se acentúan con cera o pomada para peinar. También suele llamarse "desmechado" o "desflecado". ¡Gracias!
Lorena Estrada
thinned out
tambien "desgrafilados", para cabellos espesos...
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Katarina Peters
Local time: 11:31
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Katarina Peters



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thinned out

tambien "desgrafilados", para cabellos espesos...

Katarina Peters
Local time: 11:31
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Thank you so much!

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agree  Lydia De Jorge
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