This womans hair could be described as leonine.
An example of a leonine person is a person with a big mane of fluffy hair.
Origin of leonineMiddle English from Old French leonin from Classical Latin leoninus from leo, lion
- Of, relating to, or characteristic of a lion.
- Resembling or suggestive of a lion, as in being powerful or dignified.
Origin of leonineMiddle English from Old French leonin from Latin leōnīnus from leō leōn- lion ; see lion .
(comparative more leonine, superlative most leonine)
- Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of the lion.
- His leonine face scared the young children.
Latin leÅnÄ«nus 'of a lion; lion-like'.