Definition of updo
: an upswept hairdo
Recent Examples of updo from the Web
But Kendall switched things up for her latest Instagram snapshots, instead giving flashes of '60s style cues like a beehive/bouffant updo, as well as cute leopard print and gingham intimates.
Grace Lyndsay, 76, has been wearing her hair in a voluminous updo for around 50 years.
Local media had previously reported that, in detention, Park would be denied the hairpins needed to maintain her famous updo, reminiscent of the hairstyle her mother used to wear.
Getty The look worked perfectly with Pippa's classic updo and fairy tale dress.
In 2006, Gareth Pugh made his solo runway debut with a surreal parade of black and gold diamond bodysuits and coats, explosive ruffs and pompom updos.
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Origin and Etymology of updo
First Known Use: 1938See Words from the same year
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