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Synonyms for blond

having light hair

Synonyms for blond

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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Nesbitt said: "I'd feel like a completely different person without my blonde hair - I even named my album, Peroxide, after it.
This particular genetic variation in humans is associated with blonde hair, but it isn't associated with eye colour or other pigmentation traits," said lead researcher Professor David Kingsley, from Stanford University in the US.
com, constructed men and women's described faces using Shakira's blonde hair, Mila Kunis' eyes, Angelina Jolie's full lips, Megan Fox's chin, Freida Pinto's hair, Keira Knightley's cheekbones, Cara Delevingne's eyebrows and Scarlett Johansson's mouth, the results were 2 different versions of the 'ultimate face of beauty'.
After all, blonde hair is more than just bleached-out fiber.
Without people knowing anything about you, it's just one of those labels that comes with having blonde hair.
My dad made me promise that when I got married, I'd have long blonde hair like I did when I was young.
Blonde hair has always been associated with the summer and there has never been a better time to relish sun-kissed locks.
Bonhams spokeswoman Charlotte Wood said: "The lock of blonde hair is mounted in an oval frame on ink inscribed paper which states 'Hair of Queen Catherine Parr, Last Consort of Henry, the night she dyed September 5th 1548 was in the Chapel of Sudeley Castle, Near Winchcombe.
The good Father doesn't seem to fit the bill--he has long blonde hair, is endearingly clumsy, and says things like "oh my goodness" quite a bit.
Testing the formula, the team dyed blonde hair black with a mixture of water, lead oxide--an orange powder--and the alkaline chemical lime.
The woman was also white, also with blonde hair and was wearing a pink T-shirt and dark bottoms.
Emma, of Stanley, Co Durham, said on one occasion her boss "said I was perfect because of blonde hair, t*ts and long legs".
She was a 19-year-old college student, 5 feet 4 inches tall, 119 pounds, with blonde hair and blue eyes.
Maia Wilkins, the cover story, is described as "small, rail thin, and perfectly proportioned--with curly, corn silk blonde hair, and an alabaster complexion.
And who could imagine that a new girl in school, Sarah Kervick, a tough, dirty little pile of germs with matted blonde hair and warts, could manage to open some of the locked doors at the Donuthead household and create a more "regular" family as well?