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A hair stick (also hairstick) is a straight, pointed device, usually between five and nine inches (13 cm to 23 cm) in length, used to hold a person's hair in place in a hair bun or similar hairstyle. Unlike many hair pins, which are usually small and quite simple, hair sticks are often more elaborate and decorative, and feature jeweled or carved designs that make them stand out as pieces of luxury jewelry. The price of hair sticks varies greatly depending on the style, materials, and craftsmanship – the cheapest pairs of plastic hair sticks can cost less than a dollar, while a single, hand-crafted hair stick by an artist can cost over two hundred dollars.

Article Title : Hair stick
Article Snippet :person's hair in place in a hair bun or similar hairstyle. Unlike many hair pins, which are usually small and quite simple,[citation needed] hair sticks are
Article Title : Bun (hairstyle)
Article Snippet :A bun can be secured with a hair tie, barrette, bobby pins, one or more hair sticks, a hairnet, or a pen or pencil. Hair may also be wrapped around a
Article Title : French twist (hairstyle)
Article Snippet :hair sticks and/or hairpins. It was popular from the late 1950s through the early 1970s. French twists are usually worn to proms and weddings. Hair clips
Article Title : Andre Walker Hair Typing System
Article Snippet :The Andre Walker Hair Typing System, also known as The Hair Chart, is a classification system for hair types created in the 1990s by Oprah Winfrey's stylist
Article Title : Hair
Article Snippet :terminal and fine vellus hair. Most common interest in hair is focused on hair growth, hair types, and hair care, but hair is also an important biomaterial
Article Title : Hanfu
Article Snippet :necklace, and hairpins, and hair sticks were common worn in China by the time of Han dynasty.: 384–417  The original hair sticks ji evolved to zanzi with
Article Title : Inca Empire
Article Snippet :then stuffed with natural materials such as vegetable matter and animal hair. Sticks were used to maintain their shape and poses. In addition to the mummification
Article Title : Nintama Rantarō
Article Snippet :runny nose, which can sometimes come in handy. When he has a bad hair day, his hair sticks up like a porcupine's quills and can be used a weapon. Shouzaemon
Article Title : Peeckelhaeringh
Article Snippet :looks at the spectator. He has a slight beard and moustache. His rough hair sticks out from beneath a flat red cap with yellow trimming. His costume is
Article Title : Hairstyle
Article Snippet :and sticks crafted from tortoise, metal, wood and other materials, but in the middle 1880s, upper-class Japanese women began pushing back their hair in

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