It was a reedy woman in a housecoat, her hair in curlers, her eyes red and swollen.
When women put their hair in curlers, they usually moisten the hair slightly.
She already had her hair in curlers and was longing for bed.
Her hair was tightly done up in curlers in expectation of Sunday.
The doctor, indeed, was already standing up to catch a first glimpse of the curlers.
Curlers claim to be a united brotherhood within which peer and peasant are equal “on the ice.”
His outside screen lighted up and there she was, her hair in curlers but luscious as a peach.
Many of them were arrayed in curlers, whilst none of the girls in other departments wore these decorations.
All the girls looked of the regular factory girl type, sloppy and dirty, and with their hair in curlers or curl papers.
You've seen her—the sallow thing with the greasy light-coloured fringe in curlers, who walks flat-footed like a wader on the mud.