Blonde


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Drug slang A regional term for marijuana
Vox populi adjective Referring to light yellow colored hair
noun A person possessing such a hair color
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amp;nbsp;Bleach blonde hair, regardless of your base color, must be done by a professional colorist to protect the integrity of the hair while achieving an even tone to your new color," celebrity hairstylist Kristan Serafino told (https://www.
My personal rule, says Carbonell, is 'Don't go blonde if it will make you look sick.
The study found that the average IQ of blondes actually was slightly higher than those with other hair colors, but that finding is not statistically significant, maintains Zagorsky, who works in Center for Human Resource Research.
uk In fact, if being blonde is such a big deal then it is clearly worth the money and hours it costs me to stay this way.
KATY PERRY Pop star Katy Perry joined the blondes have more fun club when she swapped her trademark raven locks for platinum blonde.
she's much better as a scarlet woman than a washed-out blonde.
The problems that Blonde Snapper's fragile physique have engendered were outlined in the Post's 'Trainer Views' by Wallis, who took off about a kilo and a half from the October 2008 dog in the three weeks prior to the final.
Marilyn Manroe taught us that Gentlemen do prefer blondes.
Q: What are the worst six Q: Why did the blonde tip-toe past the medicine cabinet?
Being blonde means always trying to tell the blonde joke first.
The "Go Blonde" event which was organized by the Latvian Blonde Association's leader, Latvian Mrs.
Blonde hair has always been associated with the summer and there has never been a better time to relish sun-kissed locks.