Cosmetic [adjective]

Definition of Cosmetic:

beautifying; relating to appearance

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Sentence/Example of Cosmetic:

Skincare is increasingly outselling cosmetics in the beauty business.

Epic, whose Fortnite generates more than $1 billion annually from in-game purchases of virtual cosmetics and extras, sued both companies for what it considers excessive fees and for the right to sell game extras directly to players.

A stock split is, fundamentally, a cosmetic accounting trick—and buying fractional ownership of these companies is, on a relative basis, more expensive than ever after factoring in recent gains in share price.

L’Oreal’s sales dropped 19% in the second quarter as lockdown conditions weakened demand for makeup and cosmetics.

Among various commercially available bubble solutions, Miyako and Yang found that pollen grains remained most healthy and viable in one made with lauramidopropyl betaine — a chemical used in cosmetics and personal care products.

From tattoos to cosmetic surgery, gender reassignment procedures to bionic implants, people have an increasing number of ways to alter their appearance and the way they live.

Among the Germans cosmetic dentistry, though still the favorite field of charlatans, was greatly cultivated.

The medicinal and cosmetic properties of spring rain and May dew appear to have been at one time universally credited.

A kind of cosmetic greatly affected by the ladies, whom it greatly affects in turn.

Rejoice in the knowledge that gluttony is the best cosmetic.