colourant

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colourant

(ˈkʌlərənt)
n
(Hairdressing & Grooming) a variant spelling of colorant
Translations

colourant

colorant (US) [ˈkʌlərənt] Ncolorante m

colourant

[ˈkʌlərənt] (British) colorant (US) n (for hair)teinture fcolour-blind [ˈkʌlərblaɪnd] (British) color-blind (US) adj
[person] → daltonien(ne)
(= non-discriminatory) [system, organization] → sans discrimination racialecolour blindness (British) color blindness (US) n [person] → daltonisme mcolour chart (British) color chart (US) nnuancier m

colourant

, (US) colorant
nFarbstoff m
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A Germany-based chemical company, BASF has selected DKSHs Business Unit Performance Materials to deliver market expansion services for its product range of home and personal care colourants in Asia.
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The LycoRed R&D team of scientists worked around the clock to develop the most recent innovative colourants for food and beverage applications", said Roee Nir, Global Commercial Manager of Colour for LycoRed.
longa is higher than available synthetic colourants of similar shade (Henry, 1996).
It is dangerous because it contains high levels of saturated fat and "bad" cholesterol, as well as preservatives and colourants linked to cancer.
Other things to avoid include retinoids (found in anti-ageing creams and acne treatments), parabens (shampoos and conditioners) and p-Phenylenediamine (some hair colourants, hairsprays and conditioners).