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gel definition

  • noun:
    • A colloid where the disperse stage has combined with dispersion method to produce a semisolid product, eg a jelly.
    • See gelatin.
    • A jellylike substance used in styling hair.
    • A semi-solid to virtually solid colloid of a good and a liquid, like jelly, mozzarella cheese or opal.
    • Any serum meant for a particular aesthetic usage, eg for styling the hair.
    • a lady.
    • A gelatinous or albuminous protoplasmic material, particularly the protoplasm of nerve-cells.
    • a colloid in a far more solid form than a sol
    • a thin translucent membrane made use of over stage lights for color impacts
    • A colloid where disperse stage has combined with dispersion method to create a semisolid product, like a jelly.
    • See gelatin.
    • A jellylike compound used in styling tresses.
    • A semi-solid to nearly solid colloid of a great and a liquid, eg jelly, cheese or opal.
    • Any gel meant for a certain aesthetic use, such as for example for styling hair.
    • a woman.
    • A gelatinous or albuminous protoplasmic material, especially the protoplasm of nerve-cells.
    • a colloid in a more solid form than a sol
    • a thin translucent membrane layer used over phase lights for color effects
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to be a gel.
    • To become a gel.
  • verb-transitive:
    • to utilize a gel to (hair).
    • to make use of a gel to (hair).
  • verb:
    • to make use of (cosmetic) serum to (hair, etc).
    • In order to become a gel.
    • to build up a rapport.
    • become a gel
    • apply a styling solution to
    • to put on (cosmetic) serum to (the hair, etc).
    • To become a gel.
    • to build up a rapport.
    • come to be a gel
    • use a styling solution to
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