let your hair down

Idiom

let your hair down

Definition

An expression used to encourage someone to let loose, relax, and enjoy themselves.

Examples

It’s been a long week, so let your hair down and enjoy the weekend

Come on, let your hair down and have some fun!

Origin

Likely originated from the English phrase ‘hang loose’, which was used in the 15th century.

FAQs

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What does the phrase ‘let your hair down’ mean?

answer

It means to relax, let loose, and enjoy yourself.

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Where did this phrase come from?

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It likely originated from the English phrase ‘hang loose’, which was used in the 15th century.