This word is fine if you're French, or speaking French (though do say it the French way. It shouldn't rhyme with manure).
La Coiffure by Pierre-Auguste Renoir. PD-US
Otherwise, the word coiffure, meaning hairdo, can only really be used with enormous amounts of irony, probably heavily infused with camp.
Actually, that sounds quite fun. It's vital to use it only in the presence of those with a sense of humour, though.
Still, if you fancy a bit of danger, and a challenge...
Word Not To Use Today: coiffure. This word is French, and is basically the same word as coif. The Latin cofea means helmet or cap.