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Headpiece

 

a small ornamental or representational (sometimes suggesting a plot) composition (the width of the type page or narrower) that separates and decorates the beginning of a section of a handwritten or printed book or magazine. The headpiece can include the title of the section.

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Judith Beckett wore an intricate headpiece JS*179215488
I think women are a lot more fashion forward and confident in themselves to wear classy, elegant and dramatic headpieces.
A Dubai World Cup look is not really complete without a headpiece, or so the saying goes.
(7) He obliged with pleasure, adding headpieces of individualized human beings to his pre-existing repertoire of non-anthropomorphic mask headpieces, thrones, balaphones, religious objects, and various other commissioned artworks carved in wood.
I'm regularly commissioned to make headpieces for weddings.
The glamorous designs include tiaras, bejeweled hair combs, and headpieces worthy of being part of any bridal album.
"It's really jewellery for the hair," she said, adding that like make-up, headpieces 'bring a lot of brightness and attention and beauty to the face'.
Located on Mar Mikhael's Madrid Street, you can also check out AURA by Carolina designs on Instagram@auraheadpieces, Twitter@auraheadpieces, and Facebook: Aura Headpieces. Call 01-570356 for appointments or visit www.auraheadpieces.com.
If you don't fancy a brimmed hat, try a disc headpiece - best worn at a slight angle.
Rowe has designed a jewelry and headpiece collection inspired by the upcoming Disney film 'Maleficent', starring Angelina Jolie.
Then we put a headpiece over the bun to match the swimsuit, and that completes the look!" she said.