Puffed-out; full: a bouffant hair style. (adjective)
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Use "bouffant" in a sentence
"Impulsive show in bouffant rouched outfit with super soft volume."
"What is wrong with this man that he can't keep up with people like Ron Paul, who is a year older than him and light-years away from mainstream Republican philosophy, or Chris Dodd, who has yet to break 1 percent in any Democratic primary poll except in his own state of Connecticut, where the last public poll gave him 6 percent (for Dodd, I blame this on the bouffant, which is the wrong color and shape, although the texture is appropriately sticky -- a fly was recently trapped on its surface)."
"Karl Lagerfeld, whose muse for Chanel Couture must be equal parts geisha, schoolgirl and American housewife circa late '50s/early' 60s, placed sugary sweet bows in each girls 'bouffant' do."