lowlight


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low·light

 (lō′līt′)
tr.v. low·light·ed, low·light·ing, low·lights
To darken (strands of hair) by coloring.

[On the model of highlight.]

lowlight

(ˈləʊˌlaɪt)
n
1. an unenjoyable or unpleasant part of an event
2. (Hairdressing & Grooming) (usually plural) a streak of darker colour artificially applied to the hair
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019-inch steel pins, easy and precise elevation and windage adjustment, extra b long fibers to provide perfect aiming brightness, second-and third-axis adjustability and an included sight light for lowlight conditions.
She went on to say that of all five Bella Beauty College locations in Central Texas, South Austin just barely edged out the other locations for the market demand for highlights and lowlight services, however other services such as haircuts and manicures were off the charts for demand as well.
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The lowlight was Kenny Miller's miss from two yards out at the end of the Cardiff-Liverpool League Cup Final at Wembley.
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Kevin Pietersen's dismissal in the second innings was a particular lowlight of England's defeat but Hills offer 7-1 that he is dropped for next week's Test.
The RX30 Reflex series features a 42mm aperture lens, and a glowing tritium lamp ensures a bright amber reticle at night or in lowlight conditions.
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The WT1 features a large digital readout and easy-to-press buttons, and is backlit for lowlight conditions.
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In fact, every act who played at Hyde Park on Saturday has received a sales boost - except for Pete Doherty, whose duet with Sir Elton John was the lowlight of the concert