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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It's aimed at raising cash for breast cancer research - and ties in with the release of the movie Legally Blonde 2.
Madonna has gone from brown to blonde to black to blonde and brown again, actresses Tamsin Outhwaite and Michelle Collins and Atomic Kitten's Natasha Hamilton have gone dark and Big Brother celeb Jade Goody also darkened her blonde looks after coming out of the house.
There's no news yet on if any other original "Legally Blonde" franchise cast members - like Luke Wilson (Emmett), Jennifer Coolidge (Paulette), Selma Blair (Vivian), Alanna Ubach (Serena) or Jessica Cauffiel (Margot) - will return for the sequel.
Carey, 27, looked stunning in a plunging pink satin gown and the she teased her long blonde hair out of its trademark bun for the prestigious opening performance.
Then, sometime between 10,000 and 15,000 years ago in northern and eastern Europe, studies suggest, the hair-colour gene MC1R developed variations that produced a diversity of hues, including red, brown and blonde.
BEEF from British Blondes has made it on to the shelves of Marks & Spencer after making it through a rigorous four-month selection process.
Sue Percy, whose niece is blonde, said: "She is always grumbling about the attitudes of people.
"I worked for five years to qualify as a lawyer, and anyone who knows me knows I have a level of intelligence that counters any image that might be perceived through having blonde hair.
Despite my journeys to the dark side, I always returned to blonde, and, for some 10 years now, I have never ventured further than caramel on the salon's shade chart.
"We reformulated Blonding Gels as Fashion Gels Blonde Series shades, and added one new shade, to reintroduce this fashion category to clients and colorists looking for more tonal control when lifting," said Kirsten Marsh, assistant vice president of U.S.
JOHN MULLINS is looking forward to taking the wraps off Blonde Dino, Blonde Jeannie and Toosey Blue atWimbledon's trial session this morning, writes Richard Birch.
On BBC Radio Newcastle this week, morning presenter Mike Parr was discussing the benefits of being blonde.