golden glow


Definition of golden glow 

: a tall branching composite herb (Rudbeckia laciniata hortensia) with showy yellow flower heads

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Models' burnished complexions evoked her legendary souvenir from the summer of 1923: A golden glow that inspired legions of sunbathers and later sparked the first-of-its-kind body oil, L'Huile Tan. Zoe Ruffner, Vogue, "5 Self-Tanning Mists for Your Best Summer Glow Yet," 25 June 2018 Blaser can get a golden glow from his horn, or a gut-bucket smear. John Adamian,, "Seven Concerts You Might Want To See (And Why)," 9 June 2018 Swedish model Emma Hallberg, who often goes viral on Instagram for her golden glow, would definitely agree. Devon Abelman, Allure, "Exclusive: Farsali Is Dropping Two New Jelly Beam Highlighter Shades," 21 May 2018 The result was a gorgeous golden glow and a bold eye look. Colleen Kratofil,, "All the Exclusive Details on Céline Dion's Beauty Look in the Deadpool 2 Music Video," 15 May 2018 Charlize Theron’s new movie Tully strives and excels at portraying motherhood without the staging and artificial, golden glow of the Hollywood lens. Sarah Midkiff,, "Tully Points Out Hollywood's Blindspot: Men Rarely Learn A Woman's Perspective," 29 Apr. 2018 With Ginger and Saffron Serves 4 Radiating warmth from the ginger and a golden glow from the bell peppers and aromatic saffron, this version is milder than classic shakshuka. Adam Ried,, "Recipes: Give breakfast Middle Eastern flair with green shakshuka," 6 Apr. 2018 In the images, the model poses against a lilac backdrop wearing matching pink underwear and a seriously golden glow. Avery Matera, Teen Vogue, "Carla Trujillo Is First Curvy Model in Unretouched Ad for Isle of Paradise Self Tanner," 16 Mar. 2018 One key is the lipstick's coolness is balanced by the allover golden glow of her complexion. Hannah Morrill, Allure, "Our 9 Favorite Celebrity Lipstick Moments Ever," 29 Jan. 2018

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1902, in the meaning defined above

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