One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A natural or synthetic substance used to change the colour of a person's hair.‘he's given up using hair dye’count noun ‘peroxide hair dyes’
- ‘Brushing my hair, I caught the sweet smell of purple hair dye invading my nostrils.’
- ‘She had used the hair dye to dye the bottom five inches of her flaming red hair black.’
- ‘They weren't big on buying me my hair dye.’
- ‘Apropos of absolutely nothing, he was seen recently at a hair salon getting his hair dyed.’
- ‘The culture is simply mass performance, involving speech, hair dye, footwear, body piercings, choice of diet.’
- ‘Toss out the hair dye, and cancel the facelift.’
- ‘When a bottle of blond hair dye appeared in her hand, I yelped.’
- ‘Nothing ever seemed to change with her, except for maybe a new hair dye.’
- ‘The magazine currently has its own line of hair dye.’
- ‘She cocked her head to the side, then eyed the boxes of hair dye in Lynn's hands.’
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