• WordNet 3.6
    • adj pearlescent having a play of lustrous rainbow colors "an iridescent oil slick","nacreous (or pearlescent) clouds looking like mother-of-pearl","a milky opalescent (or opaline) luster"
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Bold, Pearlescent Pigments for Eye Makeup.
Dual-tone Pearlescent Pigments for Eye Products.
Plastic resin tabletops are predicted to take on a softer, pearlescent effect and follow merchandising and packaging trends.
And in what category do I place Wang Zhiyuan's Underpants (2005) and Underpants #6, both crafted from fiberglass resin painted in soft hues of fleshy pearlescent pink.
Color additives used in combination to achieve variable effects, such as those found in pearlescent products, are subject to the same regulations as all other color additives .
It had been resprayed pearlescent yellow, from its original blue, to give journalists visiting the Coliseum convention center on Columbus Circle the impression that full-scale production had begun.
After hundreds of years of ivory mille-feuille, bright white tulle, and pearlescent silk, it's pretty impossible to declare "trends" in the bridal market.
Bluestone Porcelain Stone features a field of soft earthen tones enhanced by fossil-like impressions and the subtle pearlescence of embedded shells.
The shade is perfectly pearlescent.