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  • v. Present participle of pigment.

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Examples

  • Once you start to getting into darker skin types, you run the risk of either depigmenting them or hyper pigmenting them.

    CNN Transcript Oct 23, 2004

  • As for pigmenting, wood surfaces are coated with covering dyes or varnishes, with the texture being hardly visible afterwards or not at all.

    2. Pretreatment Processes

  • It was hard, seeing her in clothes, to believe that the tattoo was actually there, pigmenting her skin in many hues.

    The White Ninja

  • Leucaena might be added to layer 11 in order to add a source of pigmenting agents if these are required.

    Chapter 9

  • The images, which look like high-contrast photographs when reproduced, are not only done by hand but are created through pigmenting and burning sheets of washi paper with incense sticks-a decidedly involved technique that intensifies the significance of the artist's touch.

    artforum.com

  • This he proves to be very effective and leaves zero scars and said this method includes regenerating dead tissue including nerves, de-scarring, de-keyloiding, de-pigmenting, de-warting (wart removal), de-wrinkling and anti aging treatments.

    Asian Tribune

  • Having said this, the centre believes that some time it further reverses the healing process if the skin texture and pigmenting capacity harbours incompatibility with the product.

    PRWeb - Daily News Feed

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