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matte

adjective Referring to the appearance of a non-glistening surface on cultures of noncapsule-producing bacteria, seen in many Enterobacteriaceae. In contrast, capsule-producing bacteria are described as glistening or “mucoid”.
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A matte blue plastic case with black print adds to the optical illusion.
For a bold matte lip, wear a saturated cream colour minus any liner to stop it veering into 'vintage'.
To ease into a matte appearance, especially on the lips, she suggests using a stain or lip liner.
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Meanwhile, L'Oreal, Maybelline's sister company, currently offers one SKU of matte nail coloring -- Matte Bronze.
The Vivo V5s is available in Matte Black, Rose Gold, and Crown Gold.
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Each collection includes a new 100 percent vegan Down To Earth Eyeshadow Palette and Quads which feature shades in three finishes: true mattes, iridescent shimmers and eye-catching sparkles, which can be mixed and matched for a customized eye look.
A matte blue plastic case is presented with a matte blue silicone strap, blue loop and blue plastic buckle.
A matte black plastic bezel with white print sits atop a matte white plastic case.
Mattes periodically assayed triglyceride concentrations in the volunteers' blood during each test.
"We found that people compensate for solid, but not liquid, calories," says Mattes. "For example, if you gave people 100 extra calories as solid food, they would compensate by consuming 67 fewer calories during the rest of the day, so only 30 calories would be surplus.