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toiletry consisting of a commercial preparation that is sprayed on the hair to hold it in place

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Wet the hair down further with gel and finish with a spritz of hair spray.
Technavio's report, Global Hair Spray Market 2016-2020, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts.
3 Prize: Big Sexy Hair Volumizing Shampoo, Big Sexy Hair Volumizing Conditioner, Big Sexy Hair Spray & Play Volumizing Hairspray, Big Sexy Hair Full Bloom Spray.
Customs inspectors found they had 12 cans of hair spray and deodorant, not an unusual number for six people.
Recalling the advance that Elnett, L'Oreal's leading hair spray brand, made in 2008 with Lacque Fix-ant Diamant, the new Texture Expert Sparkling Mist product from Tecni.
According a representative with Paul Labrecque Products, Obama reportedly uses the 18 dollars hair spray called "Straight Finish" to get a smooth and shiny look.
Their hairdos are miracles of invention and peroxide, with enough hair spray on them to stop a palm tree rustling in a hurricane.
Muriel had been sexually assaulted vaginally with a hair spray can with such force that it penetrated her abdominal cavity.
introduced nearly 100 new products, unveiled a new structure for its health care business and launched licensing agreements with the National Basketball Association and Consort Hair Spray for Men.
You'll need felt-tipped markers, acrylic or poster paint, contact or household cement, and some hair spray.
Demonstrating creative problem-solving techniques, the youths designed imaginary eco-products, like Earth-friendly condoms, and "Cold Hold - The Hair Spray that Cools Ma Earth.
Furthermore, they now must deliver soap, hair spray, and other health and beauty products for only two to five cents per item.
But for page after page, one is led to believe that television news is predominantly the product of selfish flim-flam artists in management and, on screen, know-nothing anchors more interested in their hair spray than their facts.