colourist


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colourist

(ˈkʌlərɪst) or

colorist

n
1. (Art Terms) a person who uses colour, esp an artist
2. (Photography) a person who colours photographs, esp black-and-white ones
ˌcolourˈistic, ˌcolorˈistic adj
Translations

colourist

colorist (US) [ˈkʌlərɪst] N
1. (= artist) → colorista mf
2. (= hairdresser) peluquero especializado en tintes

colourist

[ˈkʌlərɪst] (British) colorist (US) n
(= artist) → coloriste mf
(= hairdresser) → coloriste mf

colourist

, (US) colorist
nFarbkünstler(in) m(f)
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Within an hour of ordering, a colourist emailed to say the shade we'd gone for was too dark and (quite rightly) suggested something much more natural.
The crimper has also made it to the shortlist of six for British Colourist of the Year and two staff from the company have been shortlisted for North East Hairdresser of the Year.
Creator, colourist to the stars, Josh Wood, says the technique "allows a multitonal colour effect without a radical change".
ACCORDING to one top London colourist ginger is the colour to be seen this autumn.
CAREER: He played Edina's hair colourist in Absolutely Fabulous, a camp police officer in The Thin Blue Line and a gay out of work actor in Gimme, Gimme, Gimme, which has now transferred to BBC1.
A leading art theft database reveals 31 Colourist paintings have been stolen in nine years and 21 are still missing.
But it is Verner Panton, Danish architect, designer and experimental colourist, who burns the retina.
Mick Vincent, Senior Colourist at The Mill, London, says, "It's great to get my hands on Baselight 4.
Fast forward a century and there is a new Scottish colourist living and working in Glasgow.
Meanwhile, in October, the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art launches its 'Scottish Colourist Series' with an exhibition devoted to Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell (15 October-18 March 2012).