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lowlights

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Hair & beauty
lowlightslow‧lights /ˈləʊlaɪts $ ˈloʊ-/ noun [plural]  DCBa dark colour that can be used to change the natural colour of some of your hairhighlights
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lowlightsOr go for lowlights in a rich autumn glow.Hair is naturally composed of lots of different tints, so streaking, lowlights and selected colouring gives a more flattering effect.Those were just two of the lowlights.It was a mistake on my part to try to cover the grey with lowlights.Kerry Hayden took care of Ruth's colour by partially covering the white with lowlights.
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