vegetable dye

vegetable dye

[′vej·tə·bəl ¦dī]
(materials)
Any colorant that is obtained from a vegetable source; for example, indigo or madder.
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In essence, it's vegetable dye similar to processed peas and is completely harmless.
I also couldn't wait to see the effect of the blue-black vegetable dye I chose for my lashes
Disclosing tablets and liquids contain a harmless vegetable dye that clings to plaque - revealing it in full colour- and is the only way to find out if you are brushing right.
I did some terry toweling shorts and hoodies, which are very popular, and I created a series of one offs which I made by taking the fabric and dying it with vegetable dye which I made myself in the garden
09 mg/kg body weight; 33 received an aqueous mixture of brown vegetable dye and quinine.
The couple, who met at climate change events, are getting married in a church at Porthpean, Cornwall, where guests will follow the order of service on recycled paper printed with vegetable dye.
Julia is using a series of funnels and clear pipes to catch and transport water, with vegetable dye marking the progress of the flow.
Henna itself is a vegetable dye and unlikely to give you an allergic reaction.
The altered maroon shade was said to have initially occurred naturally, due to unstable red vegetable dye being bleached out the sun, however, most people believe it was a conscious attempt to differentiate the flag from that of Bahrain.
Applying vegetable dye is prohibited in California and Arizona, where green spots are less common, and the dye is usually not needed.
Indigo's popularity and economic value reached a peak during the Middle Ages when it was the most important vegetable dye for blue colour, also known as "blue gold".
As an investment, you should go for the best which is a carpet made from hand spun wool and vegetable dye.