I always thought the word unkempt didn’t have a positive antonym but it seems I was wrong. “His features were good deal like those of Leonardo da Vinci; moreover he was kempt, looked in vigorous health, and was of a ruddy countenance.” Samuel Butler – “The Way of All Flesh”.
Kempt, as one would assume from its opposite, means neat and tidy; especially used of hair.
Katie aged 6 months
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