EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRIZZY
One of them was a frizzy haired soubrette and the other a blonde.
Her hair was frizzy, her dress plain and at times almost uncouth.
She pushed her frizzy, wild Irish hair back from her forehead.
There was Belle Bingley, all frizzy hair and a kicker; we put her on to him.
Their coat is the same as that of other horses, save that during winter it grows very long, and frizzy like the wool of sheep.
"Zoe is here with me, too," said Mary, and the frizzy head of Zoe Oppner appeared over her friend's shoulder.
And very straight she sat, with defiant, frizzy head and narrow lips, when she heard the front door open and close.
And her frizzy pigtails swished around with her arms--just like the sails of a windmill that had suddenly gone mad.
I thought Aunt Grace would appreciate me more with a crown of frizzy ringlets.
In Australia the hair is generally straight; but in the first and last-named countries it is frizzy, crisped, or curling.