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Your hair looks nice. Che belli i tuoi capelli.
That cut suits you. Quel taglio ti sta bene.
I was bored of the same old hairstyle and fancied a change. Ero stufa dello stesso vecchio taglio e avevo voglia di cambiare.
Where did you get your hair done? Dove ti sei fatta fare i capelli?
I went to my usual hairdresser's. Sono andata dal mio solito parrucchiere.
You look really good. Stai veramente bene.

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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