hair coloring

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  • noun

Synonyms for hair coloring

a dye or tint for the hair

Synonyms

coloring of the hair

the act of dyeing or tinting one's hair

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The class teacher informed the child and the parent that dyed hair is against our school dress code.
It provides excellent and intensive conditioning for extraordinary manageability and smoothness of hair as well as significantly improved wash-fastness of dyed hair.
Most of them were young people with tattoos and dyed hair smoking cigarettes and chewing betel nuts.
Kate has chosen to be a Goth and her dyed hair, thick makeup and clothing make her feel stronger inside, no longer invisible.
There's a raft of other indications: dyed hair, pierced ears and a more 'youthful' wardrobe.
While British triple jumper Phillips Idowu was awarded an MBE for services to athletics during the ceremony but was without his trademark dyed hair when he met Princess Anne.
The woman, who had red dyed hair and was dressed in blue denim and gold jewellery, apparently pretended to shoot a gun as she did so.
AS Sophie Watson cakes her face in make-up, styles her dyed hair and checks her newly-painted nails, she looks like any other beauty queen preparing to go outdoors.
With his multiple piercings and dyed hair, Idowu may not be everyone's cup of tea, but he insists his appearance does not make him arrogant.
Hair must be 10 inches or more, bundled in a ponytail or braid and free of damage from chemical processing, although healthy dyed hair is acceptable.
Verdict: Dyed hair might have been more 1 than it could handle - didn't really _J stand out.
Mobile phones versus mountain paths, dyed hair clashing with daikon pickles--you get the picture.
They said she has a round face with brown dyed hair.
During the meeting, a subcommittee group discussed the wearing of earrings and the sporting of dyed hair by high school students.
Humidity, sunlight, and other factors can affect dyed hair dramatically, says Gabriela M.