Top Definition
Hairdo with majorly producted and straightened frontal face frame comprised of bangs and sides with fluffed up hair in back and crown. Usually hair in front is longer than hair in back. The mash is also usually straight while the fluff can be straight, curly or crunched.
Kate Gosselin and Keala Kennelly are prime examples of mash and fluff
by hair police June 02, 2009
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