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Synonyms for flesh-colored

having a bright red or pinkish color

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Gleeson has used flesh-colored tape, and he's partial to Ben Nye tattoo cover-up.
Tom Hanks and wife Rita Wilson, wearing a flesh-colored sequined chiffon mini-dress, presented the award - Robert Graham's legless, armless naked female torso - to Ford.
The TM9478 is a flesh-colored facestock, and the TM9479 is white.
The men, dressed in white bathrobes, served sandwiches to the patrons, then stripped to flesh-colored trunks and danced.
Our church is planning a renovation and I'm going to suggest to Father that we have a flesh-colored Jesus on the cross--one that looks real and is shedding his blood.
Deep within myself I had begun to worry that all this loving care we gave to the pink and white flesh-colored dolls meant that somewhere left high on the shelves were boxes of unwanted, unloved brown dolls covered in dust.
Skin tags -- These flesh-colored growths protrude from the skin, often on a stalk.
The 47-year-old actress had donned a gold-beaded Reem Acra halter gown for the occasion which did nothing to cover her flesh-colored pasty when she motioned backstage during the speech, Us magazine reported.
From blank, flesh-colored center in the 1962 work to the "blankness" of a standard fluorescent fixture in 1963, the distilled and abstracted icon is now installed in a corner--a charged position for the Russian abstractionists Tatlin and Malevich, whom Flavin was studying and who both positioned works in the corner, where domestic religious icons had always hung.
Indeed, more enchantment surfaced in Mechanical Organ, a suite of dances from 1980, in which the ten dancers offer solos, duets, and group interactions in sexy, flesh-colored leotards.
Coral trees are among the most charismatic trees on account of their big bicep limbs, flesh-colored bark, distinctive heart-shaped leaves and brilliant orange-red flowers.
Christian Dior form-fitting pink chiffon 40's-inspired dress with heavy diamante accents, crossed straps in the back and flesh-colored lining from bodice to top of the thigh worn by actress Rose McGowan benefits Children of the Night.
The British beauty accidentally exposed her side boob in her low cut Giorgio Armani gown, but it was a flesh-colored pastie, she was wearing to cover her breast, which saved her from further embarrassment, reported Us Magazine.
In Always Jones'n, a pair of eyeballs balance like eggs on the edge of a flesh-colored platform, presiding over a bizarre landscape in which a plethora of patterned segments (tricolor rainbow, crystalline facets of blue and brown, a blue and white area with the appearance of fabric) spill over the striped borders of the picture; in Candy Coated Mountain an arrow points out a small pile of "paint for paint's sake" brushstrokes.
We wanted the clothing to reflect the sensationalism and shock of the original Moulin Rouge but for today's audiences who wouldn't be shocked by a woman in a flesh-colored wool body stocking, which is what circus performers had to wear back in 1899,'' Martin says.