An elastic, porous mass of interlacing horny fibers which are permanently attached; remarkable for its power of absorbing water and becoming soft when wet without losing its toughness.
A liquid cosmetic so compounded that it can be atomized to provide a rapid means of application to a surface.
To discolor with foreign matter; an area so discolored.
Any substance or agent which will cause an external discoloration to be removed or lessened.
A small, rounded, stiff brush, all bristles the same length, used to stimulate pores on wax. a stencil brush.
Lowered in intensity or strength; reduced in fullness of color; muted
Method of diminishing the wavelengths of light by superimposing two or more color transparencies over the same light source; the light is gradually reduced by absorption of colors in the light.
A material used to fill shallow depressions; a wax which is softer and more pliable than wound filler.
A treatment for swellings by which sub-surface tissues are removed (either in whole in part) by excision.
A substance in which particles of ground pigments are mixed with a fluid but are undissolved.
To provide support for; to hold in a fixed position.
A bit of cotton or cloth used for removing moisture or discharges from mucous membranes as well as for applying bleaches or liquid disinfectants.
Dark-colored complexion, as a face made swarthy by the tropical sun.
Correspondence in size, shape, and relative position of parts that are on opposite sides of the face.
A form which receded away from a given point; a form which becomes gradually smaller toward one end; to reduce gradually from the center.
Property of holding fast; adhesiveness.
Limit; end; the part which terminates.
The color from the mixture of two secondary colors or and unbalanced proportion of complement with the warm hue predominating, and being in the range of browns; grayed hues.
A brush with a relatively large tuft of good quality, fine bristles, such as black sable or finch; used to blend and stipple cosmetics or powder into the applied (cream) cosmetic, and clean out deposits impacted in pores.
A powder which is lightly colored with non-moisture absorbing pigments.
A hue into which various quantities of white are mixed.
The extremity of anything which tapers; e.g., the tip of the nose . . . the termination of the forward projection of the nose.
Any substance used to elevate sunken (emaciated) tissues to normal level either by hypodermic injection as a liquid modifier incorporated with the embalming fluid and injected arterially.
A hue mixed with either a small quantity of gray or the complement of the hue, resulting in dulling the hue.
Transmitting light but causing sufficient diffusion to eliminate perception of distinct images; somewhat transparent.