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252 results for DYE

112 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
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65DHenna, for oneAndrew Kingsley
46AIngredient in many a breakfast cerealSophia Maymudes
57DMake blue, sayRyan McCarty
54AChange the locks? (2)John Guzzetta
12DCurl Up and ___ (punny salon name)Kyle Dolan
64DClothes colorerKathy Wienberg
34DIndigo, e.g.Adam G. Perl
24DColor changerPriscilla Clark and Jeff Chen
59DSalon jobDavid Kwong
68AColorant (3)David J. Kahn
63AIt stainsHarry Smith and Zhouqin Burnikel
57ABatiking need (5)Jules P. Markey
68AJust for Men offeringAlan DeLoriea
41DRed ___ (2)Natan Last
41AThe Romans obtained a purple one from snailsDavid Steinberg
52DClairol productMatthew Sewell and Jeff Chen
67DEaster egg embellisherLynn Lempel
47AFrosting ingredient, oftenAlex Bajcz
45DBottleful at a salonDan Schoenholz
32DEaster egg coatingGary Cee
46DEaster egg need (2)Tom McCoy
19AColor, as Easter eggsAndrea Carla Michaels
65DFood factory supplyBruce Haight
21DL'Oréal productDavid J. Kahn
19AShade provider?Damon Gulczynski
16AIt makes gray go awayLynn Lempel
92AEaster purchaseTracy Bennett
9DGo from blond to brunet, sayJanet R. Bender
56AChange a shade?Joe DiPietro
94ATurn blue, sayJoe DiPietro
34DMake the highlights?Joon Pahk
46ATurn blue, maybeJoe Krozel
62ANice 'n Easy productKristian House
13DChange from brunette to blonde, sayMilo Beckman
118ABatiking need (5)Patrick Berry
42DHair salon stockMike Nothnagel
29ATurn red, sayDaniel A. Finan
96DIndian mulberry productPatrick Berry
91DChange the locks? (2)Matt Ginsberg
140DColoring (2)Caleb Madison
21DTintJoanne Sullivan
62DIt may have made a blonde blondePaula Gamache
62DHide the gray, sayTrip Payne
41ADo colorful work (2)Steve Dobis
45DSecret of many a redheadDaniel Kantor and Jay Kaskel
8DAlter, in a wayMichael Vuolo
43AEaster egg coloringDaniel Raymon
54AEaster egg brightenerLynn Lempel
13DArtificial colorLynn Lempel
7DCyanine, e.g.David J. Kahn
118DFood additive (2)Lynn Lempel
120ARed ___ #2 (2)David J. Kahn and Steve Kahn
60ABatiking need (5)Alison Donald
48ASalon supply (2)Alan Arbesfeld
69AGo blonde, sayAllan E. Parrish
65DIt won't run if it's fastElayne Cantor and Nancy Salomon
44ATurn blue, e.g.John Sheehan
42ADo stuff?Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
81DTurn red or yellow, sayElizabeth C. Gorski
50DViolet, maybeRobert H. Wolfe
9DSalon itemLevi Denham
51ASalon supply (2)Lyell Rodieck
114D___ jobDerrick Niederman
32DColor, as an Easter eggNancy Salomon and Kyle Mahowald
32DChange from bland to blond?David J. Kahn
35ASalon applicationNancy Kavanaugh
9DJust for Men, e.g.Robert Zimmerman
33DFood additive (2)Nancy Salomon and Bob Peoples
33DTextile company purchasePatrick Berry
63DIt may be redAlan Arbesfeld
22AStuff in a robber-foiling packKevin Hagen
73AJust for Men productGregory E. Paul
44AHair colorerPeter Sarrett
67DDo colorful work (2)Alan Arbesfeld
121ATurn red, maybeRich Norris
23AChromotrope (2)Patrick Berry
34DTurn black, maybe (2)Sherry O. Blackard
56ATurn green?Richard Silvestri
52ABatiking need (5)Peter Gordon
54DTurn blue?Manny Nosowsky
31DPurchase for a disguiseBrendan Emmett Quigley
22DGo blond, perhapsMonica Krausse
24AColorant (3)Nancy Kavanaugh
47ATurn black, maybe (2)Jim Page
45AEaster egg applicationStanley Newman
9DTurn green, maybeFraser Simpson
21ALitmus, for oneBob Klahn
112DTurn red, perhapsDana Motley
44DBlonde's secret, maybe (2)Mitch Komro
19DBatiking need (5)Frances Hansen
20AEaster egg need (2)Arthur S. Verdesca
45AIt may be used for highlightingFrank Longo
63DHair coloring (3)Gregory E. Paul
30ARoots may need thisHarvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
37DRecolor (2)Gregory E. Paul
85ASalon stuffDavid J. Kahn
20ABlonde's secret, maybe (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
10DColoring (2)A. J. Santora
58DHair coloring (3)Peter Gordon
5DHair coloring (3)Patrick Jordan
70DProcessed food additiveR. Ross
9DMagenta, e.g.D. Niles
30DColorant (3)Matt Gaffney
23AHide the gray, maybeWayne Robert Williams
47AKind of bathBryant White
50ANaphthol, e.g.Rich Norris
48AGo blondeBryant White
5DGive a new hueCathy Millhauser
42DSalon selectionStephanie Spadaccini
59DChromotrope (2)Rand H. Burns
20A"Does she or doesn't she?" mysteryRand H. Burns
4DRecolor (2)Norma Steinberg

3 results for DYE from Variety puzzles.

Nov 24, 2013diagramless4DSalon solutionPaula Gamache
May 22, 2005diagramless28AHenna, e.g.Brendan Emmett Quigley
Sep 20, 1998diagramless56ABecome a brunetteFrank Longo

137 results for DYE from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

23AUse eosinStanley B. WhittenTaub
25DColorantA. J. SantoraTaub
61AStainTap OsbornMaleska
23ATintStanley B. WhittenMaleska
60DDisguise the gray hairAlfio MicciMaleska
37AEosin or indigoBetty JorgensenMaleska
8DRecolorEugene T. MaleskaMaleska
63DColorMark BlakeburnMaleska
138DFD&C Blue No. 2Timothy S. LewisMaleska
57DRecolorThomas W. SchierMaleska
60DColorSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
9DColorRonald C. HirschfeldMaleska
39DHenna, e.g.John GreenmanMaleska
63DTintMarjorie PedersenMaleska
94AAnil, e.g.Robert H. WolfeMaleska
29AIndigo, e.g.June A. BoggsMaleska
68AUse hennaEli WesoffMaleska
69AStainAlbert J. KlausMaleska
22AColorEileen LexauMaleska
39DHennaA. J. SantoraMaleska
29DChange colorBetty JorgensenMaleska
51AColorSidney L. RobbinsMaleska
47DCongo red, e.g.Nancy JolineMaleska
50AColor changerKenneth WitteMaleska
56DStainKenneth WitteMaleska
65AHenna or eosinDorothy SmitonickMaleska
65AArchil or puccoonGeorge MadridMaleska
3DTintJim PageMaleska
35DAnil productJohn BrobstMaleska
77AStainSam Bellotto Jr.Maleska
48AChange colorEli WesoffMaleska
67DTincturePeter SwiftMaleska
43AMadder, e.g.Michael J. ParrisMaleska
25AMadder substanceBrownMaleska
109DWoadStanley GlassMaleska
42DIndigo is oneAveryMaleska
47DTintShirley SolowayMaleska
4DColorNorman S. WizerMaleska
18DRed 1 is oneHenry HookMaleska
40DAnil, e.g.John GreenmanMaleska
117DRecolorAlfio MicciMaleska
112DTintStanley GlassMaleska
42ATintArthur W. PalmerMaleska
63DColorBarbara Lunder GillisMaleska
34AWoad, e.g.Albert L. MisenkoMaleska
9DWoad, e.g.Reginald L. JohnsonMaleska
107DUse hennaAlfio MicciMaleska
28ACochineal, e.g.Jean J. DavisonMaleska
86DBatik requirementLynn Gilbert LempelMaleska
44DEosin, e.g.MazarakesMaleska
9DHairdresser's purchaseMartha J. DeWittMaleska
23AHenna is oneA. J. SantoraMaleska
26ATintA. J. SantoraMaleska
13DEosin or fuchsinMaurice J. TeitelbaumMaleska
59DRecolorHugh McElroyMaleska
58DRed 1 or Blue 5Eli WesoffMaleska
39DTextile pigmentMartha J. DeWittMaleska
58DWoad or anilWilliam LutwiniakMaleska
21DWoad, e.g.William LutwiniakMaleska
8DColorHerb L. RisteenMaleska
56AStainEvelyn BenshoofMaleska
53DSubstance from madderJeanette K. BrillMaleska
32DColoring agentHugh McElroyMaleska
14AHenna rinseJim PageMaleska
43AAnil, e.g.William LutwiniakMaleska
4DEosin or woadRobert W. SturgesMaleska
143DRed 1 or Blue 5Jordan S. LasherWeng
60DColorHarriet Gilson RosenbergWeng
69AColorJohn PrytzWeng
111AColorJohn VezendyWeng
66AEosin or madderWilliam LutwiniakWeng
61AColorThreba JohnsonWeng
34DIndigo, for oneHal R. HollingerWeng
39ACochineal, e.g.Arnold MossWeng
34DColorVirginia ButlerWeng
49AIndigo, for oneEugene T. MaleskaWeng
20AWork on Easter eggsUnknownWeng
12DHair jobKeith BlakeWeng
56DBeauty-parlor jobUnknownWeng
77DAlizarin.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
120DCochineal.Anne FoxFarrar
35DCochineal, for one.Arthur S. HeiserFarrar
34ABeauty shop offering.William LutwiniakFarrar
24ABeauty shop offering.UnknownFarrar
36DBeautician’s forte.UnknownFarrar
47ACochineal, for one.UnknownFarrar
61AMagenta, for one.UnknownFarrar
43AColor.Thomas MeekinFarrar
31ACochineal.Ted DombrasFarrar
91DCochineal.Ted DombrasFarrar
46ACochineal.Jan and Mike DubinFarrar
23AMadder, for one.UnknownFarrar
58AFuchsine.Thomas MeekinFarrar
99ASubstance from madder.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
31ACoal tar product.UnknownFarrar
46AColoring matter.UnknownFarrar
43AIndigo, for one.Barbara BrasureFarrar
49AColoring matter.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
42DStain.Norton RhoadesFarrar
25AGentian violet, for one.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
36AIndigo.Roberta MorseFarrar
46APrimula is one.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
43AMethyl blue, for example.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
29ASee 102 Across.Charles E. GerschFarrar
28DAniline, for example.Harold T. BersFarrar
42AChange of color.UnknownFarrar
57DColor.Edward BucklerFarrar
65DChange the color of.UnknownFarrar
23ABeauty parlor specialty.UnknownFarrar
95AColor.Leonard GoldbergFarrar
56DStain.Edward BucklerFarrar
112DStain.G. A. K. SuttonFarrar
114DStain.Clara RusheFarrar
138DChange color.Jack LuzzattoFarrar
126DTinge.I. KertFarrar
15DImbue thoroughly.Agnes W. BartlettFarrar