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brunette

noun A woman with brown hair. The colour is provided by eumelanin with less amounts of phaeomelanin.
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The brunette came out on top but I'm sure both will be very popular when they hit the bars because geordies love home-grown things like this.
More and more celebrities, such as Sarah Jessica Parker who went brown for the last series of Sex And The City, are beginning to embrace their natural brunette, while others, from Britney to Sarah Michelle Gellar started to flirt with darker locks.
Now he's launched Brilliant Brunette (above), the first comprehensive brand formulated to address the specific needs of brown hair.
Barbara Daley,owner of Barbara Daley Hair Salons, says:``Changing your hair colour does attract attention no matter whether you are going from blonde to brunette or the other way around.
The study showed a third more brunettes aged between 16 and 24 and a quarter aged 25 to 44 would seek revenge on their partners for infidelity than blondes.
Both purported to be from a 26-year-old woman looking for a husband, but one was blonde and the other brunette.
As vice president of visual merchandising, Brunette reports to Kevin Freeland, president of Musicland stores.
The "Work B-tch" songstress is officially a brunette now.
niversity of Westminster researchers sent a woman to three London nightclubs with her hair dyed brunette, blonde and then red, and watched how many men approached her.
Thompson and his wife, Lisa, of West Boylston; three great-grandchildren, Raymond Vania McDermott of Holden, Erica Kristina Thompson and Caroline Joy Thompson, both of West Boylston; two sisters, Doris Brunette and Jeanne Hanam, both of Shrewsbury; a brother, Leo Brunette of Oxford; and many nieces and nephews.
Ireland's first L'Oreal girl, sexy Lorraine Keane, even dyed her brunette locks with Intense Red 6.
Researchers showed 1500men three pictures of the same model, digitally enhanced as a blonde, a brunette and a redhead.