In Case You Were Wondering: This Is A Quiff Hairstyle

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Words mean things. The really and truly do, particularly in the English language, one can become very specific depending on the words that you use. Take for example that epic blue versus cerulean read that Miranda Priestly dealt Andrea in Devil Wears Prada where she distinguished between blue, turquoise, lapis and finally cerulean. Words can mean very particular things.

The same goes for hair! One hair style might be called an up-do, pompadour or a faux-hawk and to a certain degree could all be correct. Let’s not even talking about the difference in communities — i.e. major magazines struggling with naming Lupita’s hairstyles and calling them pixie cuts when they are in fact fades.

So we’ve taken some time out to show you 15 examples of one of the more interestingly named styles: the quiff. Would you rock it?

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