Hair is the long thin strands that grow out of the skin and head. The plural is ‘hairs’, but we use the singular form to describe someone’s hair e.g. Your hair looks great today.

idioms with the body part ‘hair’

Let’s look at some popular body idioms that contain the word ‘hair’.

I’ve added the meaning and a picture example too.

idiomatic expressions with body parts - hair
hair idioms list - a hair's breadth
hair idioms in English - bad hair day meaning
common hair idioms - get in someone's hair meaning
hair idioms list - hair of the dog meaning
hair idioms and expressions - keep your hair on meaning
hair idioms list - let one’s hair down
hair idioms in English - not a hair out of place
hair idioms list - put hair's on one's chest
common hair idioms and expressions - tear one’s hair out