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gloss

Shiny appearance of a surface. See matt surface.
Millodot: Dictionary of Optometry and Visual Science, 7th edition. © 2009 Butterworth-Heinemann
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Mirroring the heavily embellished and sequinned clothes on the catwalk, lips were given a holographic shimmer, courtesy of the new MAC Grand Illusion gloss.
* Smooth and hard finish, without gloss increase over time.
In Part I, 'The Gloss in Context', five papers address wider cultural and historical issues.
In this study, DPUR and gloss retention accelerated testing protocols were compared to exterior exposure data from the Los Angeles region and Midwest regions.
On the processing side, you a have a few options that can affect gloss with cavity water temperatures, pack/hold pressures, fill speeds, and material temperatures.
Light Up Lip Gloss, in Moonstone, PS17.50 by NEWCID @ John Lewis
"As the global packaging leader, we're able to leverage our cross-enterprise expertise to continually innovate and introduce industry-leading solutions, like our new Matte 4 Gloss printing technology, which helps our customers build and differentiate their brands," said Dan Rabbitt, vice president and general manager, Ball Aerocan Americas, a division of Ball's global metal food and household products packaging.
Givenchy Gloss Interdit Ultra Shiny Lip Gloss in Idyllic Plum, PS19.50 AT first I was scared of this colour, it looked really dramatic.
SHREWSBURY - Kenneth Gloss, proprietor of the nationally known Brattle Book Shop in downtown Boston, will give a free talk titled, "Is There Value in Your Old and Rare Books?" at 7 p.m.
The first is KS-450 Kustom Kure High Gloss UV Coating for digital ink.
The appearance attribute gloss is perceived by an observer as the shiny and lustrous appearance of a surface.