bandoline definition

  • noun:
    • A glutinous pomatum when it comes to tresses.
    • A glutinous pomatum for the locks.
    • A glutinous pomatum the locks.
    • A gummy perfumed material, initially gotten primarily from quince-seeds, accustomed provide glossiness into the locks, or even to correct it in any certain form.
    • A glutinous pomatum for the hair.
    • A gummy perfumed substance, originally gotten mainly from quince-seeds, regularly give glossiness to the hair, or to fix-it in every certain form.
    • A mucilage ready from carrageen moss (Chondrus crispus) mixed with scented nature: used to stiffen silk items.
    • A mucilage prepared from carrageen moss (Chondrus crispus) mixed with scented spirit: always stiffen silk products.
  • others:
    • to utilize bandoline to, given that hair; render rigid, given that mustache, by making use of bandoline.
    • to put on bandoline into the hair.
    • To apply bandoline to, as the tresses; render rigid, since the mustache, by applying bandoline.
    • to use bandoline into the locks.

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