hair mousse

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Synonyms for hair mousse

toiletry consisting of an aerosol foam used in hair styling

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HOBA PPG4990 internal liners are BPA-NI and provide resistance to a broad range of alkaline products including hair dyes, hair mousse and goods containing ammonia.
But when he starts pinching your moisturiser and hair mousse and thinking he's the new Brad Pitt, it's time to remind him that you want a man who worships YOUR body more than his own
At 53, the flame-haired, black-pleather-wearing Streb--three parts muscle and sinew, one part hair mousse (to keep her fauxhawk haircut energized)--lives in a downtown New York loft with an Abyssinian cat (on permanent rat patrol) and the feminist journalist Laura Flanders.
Harari, a professor of management at the University of San Francisco's Graduate School of Business and a Tom Peters associate, noted in a 1994 speech that market research indicated public disdain for answering machines and hair mousse before their introduction.
This year's theme is The Big Hair Do and the nation is being encouraged to bin its old barnets and go wild with the hair mousse to raise cash.
Nobody is going to recognise me without my floral dresses, hair mousse and make-up.
In 1997, a 12-year-old MacLaren boy died after inhaling fumes from a can of hair mousse.
Contains information on six main categories: hairspray, styling spray, styling creams & waxes, hair gel, hair mousse and other styling agents.
WORKERS from a Birmingham building company will be donning their legwarmers, hair mousse and shoulder pads to take part in a rally to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.
Sophie Brown, a 20-year-old receptionist from Middlesbrough, said: "My hair mousse, because I have really curly hair and it controls it.
Applications: Hair mousse, hair lotions, hair creams, hair spray gels Use Levels: 2-4%
ENGLAND are flying out a big supply of hair mousse to keep them looking good during the World Cup.
EVER since he posed for the Sunday papers in tight leather trousers, gold chain and more hair mousse than Farah Fawcett, it has been difficult to take Charlie Nicholas seriously.
It is a vivid document of the 1980s and early 1990s, when greed, dolled up in Armani suits and hair mousse, was celebrated as conspicuous consumption.