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Glossy

Bright or shiny, especially on paper or in print. Glossy items are used in marketing in order to attract attention.
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Glass beads (GB) are round and smooth like a marble, which will produce a smoother finish on the texture and a glossier part.
It instantly makes your mane look fuller, glossier and hell of a lot better," admits fashion designer Sagarika Mittal.
There were also stories that her secretive relationship with N-Dubz bandmate Fazer Rawson was under strain because of her filming commitments to X Factor and claims he didn't like her new glossier look.
After all, orchestral sheen doesn't come much glossier than in this ensemble's honeyed strings and its immaculately discreet woodwind section.
Some were cosmetic: the program for "Cardillac" is larger and glossier than the slim, dusty-looking booklets from the Holender era.
Despite becoming glossier and sparklier (the S-shaped bright daylight running lights, for instance), a large percentage of drivers do use their car as a working vehicle, particularly for towing.
London, Jan 25 (ANI): Cheryl Cole showed off a fuller and glossier pout when she arrived at a London airport yesterday.
There are also some really epic cinematic cut scenes that give the game a glossier overlook.
Setting this new formulation apart is its matte finish, a sheen that, until now, was prohibitive in a high-moisture environment and overruled by the experts in favor of glossier options, according to Benjamin Moore.
Being with child means a lot of strange changes to your body chemistry - hair is meant to be glossier and stop falling out (although some people find it's drier) and there is meant to be a pregnancy glow (in my case drier skin.
The end products display scratch- and abrasion-resistant surfaces, and become smoother and glossier, according to the company.