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cos·met·ics

(koz-met'iks),
Composite term for a variety of camouflages applied to the skin, lips, hair, and nails for purposes of beautifying in accordance with cultural dictates.

cos·met·ics

(koz-met'iks)
Composite term for a variety of adornments and camouflages applied to the skin, lips, hair, and nails in accordance with societal and cultural dictates.
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