Variation from the common or established.
A substance thinned or reduced in concentration and thereby lessened in brilliance.
To expand or swell.
State of being twisted or pushed out of natural shape or position.
A compacted cake type of red cosmetic.
A white powder used to dry a cosmeticized surface.
Freedom from wetness; a condition of the tissue necessary for adhesion of cement, sealer, deep filler, or wax.
Somewhat dark in color; synonym for "swarthy" (used only of the complexion).
A raised surface of part.
A relatively long but slightly dipping curve.
Imbed; to fix or fasten in a surrounding mass.
A soothing agent; having the power of softening living tissues, such as massage cream, etc.; a cosmetic with this characteristic.
Using the same color light as the color of the object.
A permanent mixture of two or more immiscible substances (oil and water) which are united with the aid of a binder (gum) or emulsifier (soap).
A clear, volatile liquid used as a wax solvent or to remove grease, oil, and adhesive tape stains.
A cosmetic color applied to the superior eyelid; the colorant so applied.
A cosmetic in pencil form for coloring hair.
A thin, dome-like shell made of hardened cloth, metal, or plastic; used beneath the eyelids to restore the natural curvature and, in some cases, to hold the eyelid closed.
To reduce gradually to an indistinguishable edge; synonym for "taper."
Degree of rigidity, stability; a condition of the tissues necessary for the application of wax.
Flushed with red, said of a complexion; not as vivid as ruddy.
The title given to the complexion cosmetic in ornamental cosmetology.
The shape of a plane figure determined by its outline; rounds, oval, square, etc.
A syrupy, colorless liquid obtained by fats or oils as a by-product of the manufacturing of soaps and fatty acids and used as a vehicle for some cosmetics.