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toupee

(formerly) a prominent lock on a periwig, esp in the 18th century
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Perruqueries also features a song about Canadian hockey legend Bobby Hull and his well-known toupee, this time sung by Tyler Duncan where Morlock cleverly weaves in a musical reference to the "Hockey Night in Canada" theme.
Now I know about toupee tape I'll feel much safer showing off a bit more flesh.
Instead we get some ``Pennies From Heaven''-knockoff dance numbers, a lot of unintentional humor (Greta Scacchi, playing Dee's mother, telling Spacey's Darin, ``What you really need is an older woman''), three or four dozen references to Spacey's receding hairline and/or toupees and a child version (William Ulrich) of Darin offering commentary on the action that's supposed to be alternately pithy and heart-rending but is merely annoying.
But guests also leave surprising things behind, says Caterer and Hotelkeeper magazine, including artificial arms and legs, glass eyes and toupees.
Can you believe that he's borrowed one of his friend's toupees for a while to see how it looks?
Reynolds used to spend pounds 70,000-a-year on toupees - throwing away a wig once it became dirty.
His stock toupees, with names such as ``Showbiz'' (slightly thinning, dark brown and wavy) and ``Phoenix'' (thicker and a rich sable brown, slightly wavy with a cowlick), run from $20 to $400.
For as long as there has been baldness, it seems, there have been efforts to cure it: oils and creams, toupees and transplants, not to mention what hair stylists gingerly term ``the comb-over.
He also made hairpieces and wigs for the movies; toupees made for John Wayne, Fred Astaire and George Burns, and wigs for Lucille Ball and Tallulah Bankhead, are on display.