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    Usage of 'leave hair loose'

    She doesn't tie her hair. She leaves it loose. It flows behind her like a wave when she walks.

    Can someone please correct the above paragraph? Are there any better expressions than to leave hair loose?

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    Re: Usage of 'leave hair loose'

    It's fine. You can also say 'she wears her hair down' (="not up" ), but "loose" sounds better to me in your context.

    b

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