Brilliantine

[fabric] Brilliantine is a lightweight, mixed-fibre fabric popular from the mid-19th century into the early 20th century. Brilliantine can be plain or twill woven with a wool or mohair weft on a silk or cotton warp. Brilliantine has a lustrous finish and is known for its dust-shedding properties; it was available in solid colors or printed,...
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brilliantine

[n] - a pomade to make the hair manageable and lustrous
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Brilliantine

Bril'lian·tine noun [ French brillantine . See lst Brilliant .] 1. An oily composition used to make the hair glossy. 2. A dress fabric having a glossy finish on both sides, resembling alpaca but of superior quality.
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brilliantine

noun a pomade to make the hair manageable and lustrous
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Brilliantine

• (n.) A dress fabric having a glossy finish on both sides, resembling alpaca but of superior quality. • (n.) An oily composition used to make the hair glossy.
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Brilliantine

Brilliantine is a hair-grooming product intended to soften men`s hair, including beards and moustaches, and give it a glossy, well-groomed appearance. It was created at the turn of the 20th century by French perfumer Edouard Pinaud (a.k.a. Ed. Pinaud). He presented a product he called Brillantine (from the French brillant meaning `brilliant`) a......
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brilliantine

light lustrous cotton and worsted fabric
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brilliantine

perfumed oil for making hair glossy
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