- loose and streaming, as if blown by the wind
- fine and unmanageable: said of human hair
- ready for flight
- Made or worn loose or draped, as to allow or suggest fluttering in the wind: a flyaway coat.
- a. Prepared for immediate flight: a plane in flyaway condition.b. Designed for air travel: flyaway bags.
- Given to frivolity; flighty.
- An aerial gymnastic move performed on the parallel bars, rings, or other apparatus, especially a flying dismount with a somersault.
- flyaways Strands of hair that stand out unmanageably from the head.
- (of hair) Soft, light, unruly, and difficult to set into a style.
- It's easy to hop out of the shower and start combing wet locks vigorously, but keep in mind aggressive brushing on wet or damp hair will cause breakage and flyaway ends.
- It's funny because when I think about that time it was the big 80s perm, flyaway bangs and the Flock of Seagulls thing.It was a fantastic experience.
- Fine and flyaway strands will not carry the weight necessary to maintain the sleek fullness of both long and short Jennifer Aniston sedu cuts.
- Free Country Flyaway Tankini Top: This top (pictured) has adjustable straps and lightly padded bra cups as well as a solid fabric underlay.
- In addition, you'll want to avoid heavily razored and wispy shapes, which will look frizzy and flyaway rather than tamed and managed.