Deutsch: Kopf / Español: Cabeza / Português: Cabeça / Français: Tête / Italiano: Testa

A head is the cephalic part of an animal, which usually comprises the brain, eyes, ears, nose and mouth, each of which aid in various sensory functions, such as sight, hearing, smell, and taste.

In the fashion context, "head" typically refers to the top part of the body that includes the skull, hair, and face. Here are some examples of fashion items or concepts related to the head:

  1. Hats: A type of headwear that covers the top of the head and can include a brim or visor to protect the eyes and face from the sun.

  2. Hair accessories: Items such as hair clips, headbands, and hair ties that are used to style and decorate the hair.

  3. Wigs: A head covering made from human or synthetic hair that is worn for fashion or to conceal hair loss.

  4. Makeup: Cosmetics applied to the face, including the eyes, lips, and cheeks, to enhance or alter one's appearance.

  5. Sunglasses: Protective eyewear designed to shield the eyes from sunlight and glare.

  6. Headphones: Audio devices worn over the ears or inserted into the ear canal to listen to music or other audio content.

Some similar concepts to the head in fashion include:

  1. Neck: The part of the body that connects the head to the torso and is often adorned with necklaces, scarves, and other accessories.

  2. Face: The front part of the head that includes the eyes, nose, mouth, and cheeks, and is often enhanced with makeup or skincare products.

  3. Ears: The body part that protrudes from the sides of the head and is often decorated with earrings and ear cuffs.

  4. Hair: The strands of protein that grow from the scalp and are often styled or adorned with hair accessories.

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