hair coloring

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: coloring - a dye or tint for the hairhair coloring - a dye or tint for the hair    
dye, dyestuff - a usually soluble substance for staining or coloring e.g. fabrics or hair
henna - a reddish brown dye used especially on hair
rinse - a liquid preparation used on wet hair to give it a tint coloring - coloring of the hair; "her hair-coloring was unusual: a very pale gold"
coloration, colouration - appearance with regard to color; "her healthy coloration" coloring - the act of dyeing or tinting one's hair
rinse - the act of giving a light tint to the hair
coloring, colouring - the act or process of changing the color of something
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50pm) THEY'RE the queens of naff, the high priestesses of bad taste and their mock Tudor homes are stacked to the nines with hair bleach and false nails.
The Snapshots report gives an instant overview of the Spanish hair colourant market, and covers permanent, tone on tone, semi-permanent colourants, hair bleach and highlights.
The cosmetic is selected from a two-agent hair bleach or a two-agent dye.
In its defense, the company says it does not discriminate but that brunettes often find themselves reaching for a bottle of hair bleach after spending time around so many blonds.
Maidment said instruction material seized from the men's homes included detailed plans on the manufacture of pipe bombs, using common ingredients such as citric acid and hair bleach.
The literature glorified the actions of al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden and instructed in the manufacture of pipe bombs using common ingredients such as citric acid and hair bleach, prosecutor Maidment told the trial.
Mum thinks I'm scared of the hair bleach but I know all about it.
He used hair bleach in the bombs he made and prepared it by increasing its concentration.
Meantime, if it really bothers you, bleach it with Sally Hansen Creme Hair Bleach ($6, drugstores).
Hair bleach is practically flying off the shelves at Boots -- though I have to say, I've no desire to get dressed up like that again.
The four suicide bombers who caused carnage on the London underground on July 7 devised their deadly explosives using everyday items such as hair bleach.