Definition of styling in English:

styling

Syllabification: styl·ing
Pronunciation: /ˈstīliNG
 
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noun

1The way in which something is made, designed, or performed: the car’s subtle European styling the musical stylings on his solo album
1.1The action or process of arranging hair in a particular way: [as modifier]: styling gel
More example sentences
  • The Boots "styling" gel saved the day - my hair was like a shield of steel.
  • Don't overdo it with styling aids; they will weigh down the hair, leaving it with a stiff, dry finish.
  • Whenever possible, use gentle shampoos, rinse out and leave-in conditioners and styling products that are specifically designed for color-treated hair.

adjective

(usually stylin') North American informal Back to top  
Fashionable or stylish: my new stylin' black pants by the end of the month, I’ll be totally stylin'
More example sentences
  • I have recently tried some fun beauty things (contacts, highlights, stylin' wear).
  • By the end of the month I'd be totally stylin'.
  • From cool boots to a stylin' pinstriped suit, check out what you should be wearing this fall.

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