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beige

1. 
a. a very light brown, sometimes with a yellowish tinge, similar to the colour of undyed wool
b. (as adjective): beige gloves
2. a fabric made of undyed or unbleached wool
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For skin with yellow undertones look out for beiges and creamy tones, like latte or mocha.
For lips there are four new shades of rouge allure lipstick in beiges, browns and pinks, lip glosses in pale pink and light peach and a lip definer in beige that matches the pale palette.
NEW YORK-Homeowners are painting walls Granny Smith green and eyeing Swell's rainbow-striped bedding at Target, but are they letting go of the ubiquitous beige carpet in favor of something more colorful?
Michael Randall's fine study of the early French Renaissance authors Jean Molinet, Jean Lemaire de Beiges, and Rabelais combines various interpretive strands, usually left separate by scholars of the period: an attention to the theology of the late Middle Ages, an awareness of philosophical debates surrounding the status of the sign, and a consideration of modern debates centering on the "epistemology" of the Renaissance.
4--Color) Browns and beiges - the rage of the '70s - make a fashionable comeback in decorating circles, especially in damask, velvet and leather.
From the classic earth-tone palette of whites and beiges to the bold selections of greens, blues and reds to the exotic world of mica and metallic containing silvers, champagnes and bronzes," Sturdevant said, "PPG can offer today's architect an array of custom color choices as well as more than 65,000 existing colors.