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  • n. A dietary supplement that increases water uptake in muscle cells, causing the muscles to temporarily swell.


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volumize +‎ -er


  • Sculptra, a cosmetic "volumizer" approved last year for facial-skin atrophy in HIV patients, stimulates the growth of collagen and reduces sagging and wrinkling.


  • She then spritzed the models' hair with volumizer and tousled it with a daily hair repair serum for added texture.

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  • There are different ways to create an updo, but what is needed is the volume that can be achieved by teasing, curling, or hot roller setting the hair and, definitely, using a volumizer.

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  • A couple spritzes of volumizer, some careful tousling of the roots, and off you go!

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  • With a blend of humidity-resistant polymers, the volumizer “kept my hair from falling flat, whether I wore it straight or curly,” one said.

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  • Bouncin' And Behavin' Hair kiehl's super thick volumizer

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  • You can get the volumizer at the finer cosmetics ateliers and on line at

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  • And though the freaky fro had become an endangered species in the '80s, the decade was the golden era of volumizer.

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  • I use Philip Kingsley's shampoos and volumizer spray [$16 and $23, respectively, at Philip Kingsley Trichological Clinic, 16 East 53rd Street]; Stephen Knoll's Healthy Intensive Rehydrating Treatment [Sephora, $38.50].

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  • Apply an anti-frizz product and volumizer before blow-drying the hair smooth using a round brush.

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