While searching the Net, ‘magnificent head’ shows me a lot of lion’s heads, but I found ‘a woman with a magnificent head’ in a book.
“Fleur Delacour, though she demonstrated excellent use of the Bubble-Head Charm, was attacked by grindylows as she approached her goal, and failed to retrieve her hostage. We award her twenty-five points.”
Applause from the stands.
”I deserved zero,” said Fleur throatily, shaking her magnificent head. (Harry Potter 4 [US Version]: p.506)[Bold font is mine]
N.B.: The scene is after Triwizard Tournament. The judges are criticizing and giving points to performers. Fleur, whose hair is beautiful, isn’t satisfied with her own performance.
I tried looking for ‘magnificent hair’ on the Net, which showed me a lot of beautiful hairs. Why does the author write ‘magnificent head’ instead of ‘magnificent hair’? Does it have the same meaning?