Definition of Hair coloring

1. Noun. A dye or tint for the hair.

Exact synonyms: Hair Dye
Generic synonyms: Dye, Dyestuff
Specialized synonyms: Henna, Rinse



2. Noun. Coloring of the hair. "Her hair-coloring was unusual: a very pale gold"
Generic synonyms: Coloration, Colouration

3. Noun. The act of dyeing or tinting one's hair.
Specialized synonyms: Rinse
Generic synonyms: Coloring, Colouring

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hair Coloring

hair-splitting
hair-splittingly
hair-splittings
hair-spray
hair-tailed mole
hair-tidy
hair-trigger
hair ball
hair bulb
hair bundle
hair bundles
hair care
hair cast
hair cell
hair cells
hair coloring (current term)
hair colour
hair conditioner
hair conditioners
hair crosses
hair curler
hair curling
hair cut
hair cuts
hair cycle
hair diseases
hair disk
hair drier
hair dryer
hair dryers

Literary usage of Hair coloring

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Law of Pure Food and Drugs, National and State: With Appendices by William Wheeler Thornton (1912)
"hair coloring. On the carton of a bottle was the following: "Greatest ... "An instantaneous vegetable hair coloring. By one single application will color ..."

2. Code of Federal Regulations by Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Staff (2005)
"(6) hair coloring preparations. (i) Hair dyes and colors (all types ... (viii) Other hair coloring preparations. (7) Makeup preparations (not eye). ..."

3. Nostrums and Quackery: Articles on the Nostrum Evil and Quackery Reprinted by American Medical Association, Arthur Joseph Cramp (1921)
"2 contains "a solution of copper ammonium sulphate." Simplex hair coloring.—This hair dye has been examined in the ..."

4. Free a Marine to Fight: Women Marines in World War II by Mary V. Stremlow (1996)
"Rouge, mascara, and hair coloring were permitted, but had to be inconspicuous. Realistically, it was nearly impossible for a woman to tint or bleach her ..."

5. The Story of a Hundred Operas by Felix Mendelsohn (1915)
"hair coloring w. In al1 shades from golden to black— |f ^ brightening and tinting. % % w Superfluous hair removed by electrolysis % % .—work guaranteed. ..."

6. The Marriage Revolt: A Study of Marriage and Divorce by William English Carson (1915)
"The results from the study of skin-pigmentation, of hair coloring and eye coloring, for instance, have not come to the knowledge of one person in a thousand ..."

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