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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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In addition, the glossiness was from 72 to 73 satisfying the objective value of 70 and it was confirmed that the required appearance was attained.
With my growing interest in food, turning pages that house wondrous recipes and techniques had me either earmarking the smooth paper or scribbling with a marker over the glossiness of the magazine.
You notice that the leaves on the reflected tree aren't green but a darkness that suggests green; that the leaves are in double motion, fluttering in the breeze and rippling in the water; and that when reflected in the water, the actual sky, cerulean, lightly salted with wispy white clouds that give it depth and dimension, isn't blue but a silver-blue glossiness.
The appearance of gloss is sometimes referred to as glossiness and can as such not be measured, however the reflectance properties of the surface that can be linked to gloss can be characterized.
It's a beauty, as chestnut trees generally are, with nice form and leaves that retain a fresh glossiness before turning a rich, golden brown in autumn.
Layer thickness and galvanic deposit glossiness are two important sizes in electrodeposition.
PP thin-film technology, which enables a variable degree of glossiness to match the finish of other components, was used to cover the panel.
I love Benefit's Her Glossiness 'Life on the A-list'.
choice for those who like the glossiness and format of Discovery Girls but would prefer less attention to pop culture; or who want the "wholesome fun" approach of Hopscotch with a little more "real-world" modern focus.
LOVES: Benefit Her Glossiness (right), pounds 13 (www.
To paint the doors (either in situ or removing them first), clean them thoroughly, sand them to take off any glossiness and provide a 'key' for the paint (so it adheres better), wipe clean and, once dry, apply the primer, then the topcoat (once the primer's completely dry).
Andrew used GHD straighteners to give a chic salon look and finished of with a shine serum for added glossiness.