pearlescence


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pearl·es·cent

 (pûr-lĕs′ənt)
adj.
Having a pearly luster or gloss.

pearl·es′cence n.

pearlescence

(pɜːˈlɛsəns)
n
a pearly lustre or sheen
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The new Benefit POREfessional Pearl Primer has the same formula as the oil-controlling, pore-minimizing original but with an added pearlescence.
Laminart has a beautiful, distinctive collection of designs, including our Pearlescence and Premium Wood Print collections.
Pearlescence, haze, rocker bottoms, and top-load failure are common ills that can afflict PET bottles.
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There was another girl inside her, the girl from the photograph, all long straight hair and pretty pearlescence.
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He says the natural fit of the metal band and the pearlescence of the liner matching the pearlescence of the folding carton continue this subtle theme.
SHIMMERY pearlescence is a key beauty look this autumn and blusher hasn't escaped the trend.
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