natural red

natural red

[′nach·rəl ′red]
(organic chemistry)
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Its first product is ChromoRed, a water-soluble, natural red pigment produced from a proprietary non-GMO fungal strain.
FOOD p19 since the 16th century, beetroot juice has been used as a natural red hair dye.
Entry way with natural red oak hardwood floors, open-concept living and dining space with Herringbone patterned floors.
Tenders are invited for Procurement Of Natural Red Oxide Powder For Ktk 1 Incline, Bhupalpalli Area.
Annabel Forde, 15, above, moved to the Middle East four years ago, and was scouted by a local talent agency for her looks and striking natural red hair.
It starts with a body exfoliation using a special blend enriched with the antioxidant properties of natural red wine and vitamin E.
If you were not lucky enough to be born with red hair, it is very hard to achieve a natural red by using dyes.
On the outside, beautiful natural red cedar cladding enhances each building's exterior, while the grounds benefit from an easy-care, eco-friendly garden with water-butt for rainwater collection, a bird box, and thoughtful planting designed to provide the local wildlife with a welcoming environment.
Meat such as beef or lamb should be bright red, but natural red.
Clairol gives every woman the chance to discover her natural red with the new Clairol Born Red Collection, featuring a spectrum of red shades that are designed to work with your hair for color that embodies all of the warmth and vibrancy of natural red hair.
Carmine," although a natural red color, is less appealing in packaged fruit when you realize it comes from red beetles.
The carpets are dyed red using common madder, but the exact composition of the natural red dyes used remains a secret.

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