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Use "complexions" in a sentence
"Tehuana women are themselves beautiful, with satin complexions and glowing brown skin; confident and self-possessed, coming from an area where wealth is traditionally passed down from mother to daughter."
"We have met with girls who have felt that their faces were not agreeable to any one, not even to their own mothers; and have seemingly taken upon themselves vows of voluntary ugliness; and would not endeavor to keep their teeth white and their finger nails tidy, or shield their complexions from the baleful influence of the noonday sun, or even smile enough to render their faces sunshiny; and they will set aside as vanitas vanitatum all the little adjuncts of the toilette, such as bright sheeny ribbons and gauzy laces, and keep themselves closely to plain linen collars and cuffs, and black neckties; and even pride themselves, like Diogenes of old, upon the skinny parsimony of their attire, and deem that article of dress which is the most unbecoming to be the most respectable."
"Our complexions are a lot like our personalities: pretty unpredictable and influenced by our environments, both inside and out."