bandoline, ban′do-lin, n. a gummy substance used for stiffening the hair and keeping it in shape.
bandoline is used by ladies and by hairdressers for stiffening the hair, and to make it curl firmly and remain in place.
Her hair can have wanted no bandoline ever since, I should fancy.
bandoline, a gummy perfumed substance used to impart gloss and stiffness to the hair.
I see a thin rim of bandoline, shining just outside the line of hair against her temples, like varnish on a picture.
The mucilage is also one of the substances used by hair-dressers under the name of bandoline.
Prepared with a little less water, it is used by the hairdresser as bandoline or fixateur.
bandoline, a fixative for keeping hair in curl is commonly prepared from carrageen.
One day Juggroo saw his master putting some bandoline on his moustache, which was a fine, handsome, silky one.
I am going to make your hair stand bolt up on end, Adelaide, in spite of your bandoline.