NICEJOB on the theme today. Portia Lundie really stepped up to the plait in what Horace tells me is a debut puzzle. Three excellent Down answers incorporate hair styles, and the revealer is the grid-spanning LETYOURHAIRDOWN. Now how apt is that? :) My favorite is DISCOM[BOB]ULATED, but PERM[AFRO]ST is a close second. That one could possibly be considered a twofer since it also includes PERM. "Lara Croft, in film" (TOM[BRAID]ER) is another good bun. The only thing moussing is a reference to Rapunzel.
And while we're on the subject of Downs, the other two longish Down answers, PRIESTESS and ROCAFELLA, were also top knotch.
Elsehair, I particularly enjoyed "Scenter of the face" (NOSE) and "Acquired lots of, as money" (RAKEDIN). I appreciated the references to MCCOY, DRRUTH, and YODA.
There was a little fluff tangled up in the net. I found "The five weekdays, for short" (MTWTF) a bit quotidian, and AFTS ("Times before eves, in ads") and OPPS (Antonyms: Abbr.") maybe got too much of a trim, but, overall, I was impressed with the puzzle. While I hope weave not seen the last of this constructor, I myself have to be off - all good things - even wave reviews - must comb to an end.