English Hair Idioms

In this video, The Teacher introduces three idioms connected to the word ‘hair’:
I let my hair down; Keep your hair on; I’m tearing my hair out.

Englihs idioms:
Let one´s hair down: relax, get comfortable; behave informally; rid oneself of restraints
Keep your hair on: Take it easy.
Tear one´s hair: to be anxious, frustrated, or angry. I was so nervous, I was about to tear my hair. I had better get
home. My parents will be tearing their hair out.

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