- col·or·is·tic, adjective
- col·or·is·ti·cal·ly, adverb
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How to use colorist in a sentence
First, colorists use a handheld measurement tool to scan clients’ hair to assess its history and health.With CES Debut, L’Oréal seeks to reinvent hair-dye application with the Colorsonic at-home device | jim cooper | January 5, 2022 | Digiday
This went well, until a new colorist offered to use a new “natural” coloring process that would remove a third of his gray hair.
Recognizing anti-Blackness in the deep past, particularly the Christian Middle Ages, allows us to better understand how colorist prejudices were racialized and transmitted from Ancient Greece and Rome to the modern Western world.Anti-Blackness and transphobia are older than we thought | Roland Betancourt | June 16, 2021 | Washington Post
Drink in the Cézanne-like panoply of greens and blues, both jangling and harmonized, and you immediately grasp what a wonderful colorist Neel was.Alice Neel was the greatest American portraitist of the 20th century. Her work continues to astonish. | Sebastian Smee | March 25, 2021 | Washington Post
His mother, Cristiane, a colorist at a hair salon, was just 15.
If a man is a timid colorist, a strong, even crude, under-painting will help to strengthen his color.The Painter in Oil | Daniel Burleigh Parkhurst
He is certainly a skilful artist, a bold, seductive colorist, but above all he aims at effect.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte | William Milligan Sloane
On the contrary, to a colorist the first question about everything is its color.Lectures on Landscape | John Ruskin
To the colorist the combinations here suggested are full of inspiration.Color Value | C. R. Clifford
A bad colorist does not love beautiful color better than the best colorist does, nor half so much.The Stones of Venice, Volume III (of 3) | John Ruskin