blonde


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fair

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fair-haired

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Synonyms for blonde

a light grayish yellow to near white

being or having light colored skin and hair and usually blue or grey eyes

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Sure, now, I would be thinking the palm of me hand lied but for the coming true of the nigger man and the blonde lady and--"
I have been blonde all of my 43 years and I have never felt judged or patronised because of my hair.
BEYONCE Chart-topper Beyonce also decided to try the platinum blonde look in February.
Consumer Products portfolio includes Ban antiperspirants; Jergens and Curel hand and body lotions; Biore facial care; John Frieda Frizz-Ease, Luxurious Volume, Beach Blonde(TM), Sheer Blonde, Brilliant Brunette, Radiant Red, Precision Foam Color and Luminous Color Glaze hair care.
On June 27, actress/singer Megan Hilly unveiled the installation, which features a curated selection of images submitted by women across the country showcasing their unique vision of what it means to be blonde.
With a UV filter to protect from sun damage, Blonde Glam shampoo (PS10 by Redken at lookfantastic.
The disgusted stewardess gets the head stewardess who asks the blonde to leave.
Our favourite blonde celebrates The Blonds, dressed for an amazing adventure.
She's not the only female celeb who likes to switch from red to blonde or vice-versa.
A magnificent double indeed, to which a two-fold success for Northern Ireland can be added, Blonde Snapper having been bred in Co.
The company is no stranger to criticism thanks to its infamous preference for blondes; many have frowned upon the company's ad campaigns which depict sultry blonde women occupied as scientists and board members of corporations.
Why did the blonde get fired from the M&M factory?
Broadcaster Mariella Frostrup, argues that she "would have thought twice" about going blonde at 16, when her father's death left her grey, if she'd "known then what my shade of choice suggested to the world".
The broadcaster, 47, said she "would have thought twice" about going blonde at 16, when her father's death left her grey, if she'd "known then what my shade of choice suggested to the world".
The "Go Blonde" event which was organized by the Latvian Blonde Association's leader, Latvian Mrs.