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The hexadecimal RGB code of Baby Powder color is #FEFEFA. This code is composed of a hexadecimal FE red (254/256), a FE green (254/256) and a FA blue component (250/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(254,254,250). Closest WebSafe color: White (#FFFFFF)
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Baby Powder on Wikipedia

Baby powder
Baby powder is an astringent powder used for preventing diaper rash and for cosmetic uses. It may be composed of talc (in which case it is also called
Johnson's Baby
Johnson's Baby Powder was introduced. Product line consists of baby powder, shampoos, body lotions, massage oil, shower gels and baby wipes. The brand
Talc in powdered form, often combined with corn starch, is used as baby powder. This mineral is used as a thickening agent and lubricant; is an ingredient
Johnson & Johnson
by 1894. In 1894, the company began producing Johnson's Baby Powder, the company's first baby product. The company introduced the world's first maternity
Shades of white
X11 color names were formulated in 1987. Baby powder (#FEFEFA) #FEFEFA The Crayola crayon color baby powder was introduced in 1994 as part of its specialty
Lil Baby
Andreeva, Nellie (March 7, 2019). "'How High 2': Mike Epps To Reprise Baby Powder Role In MTV Sequel; Premiere Date Set". Deadline Hollywood. Archived
Mike Epps
the Bear and finished the year with a featured role as comical pimp Baby Powder in How High, starring Method Man and Redman. Epps reunited with Ice Cube
How High 2
as Steffi Brook Sill as Meegan Chris Cavalier as Tobin Mike Epps as Baby Powder Jansen Panettiere as Hayes Anya Monzikova as Irena Ivanov YFN Lucci as
How High
Babatundé as Dean Carl Cain Melissa Peterman as Sheila Cain Mike Epps as Baby Powder Anna Maria Horsford as Mamma King Fred Willard as Philip "Phil" Huntley
Powder photography
Powder photography is a special effect technique in photography where photographers use various types of powdered substances (e.g. baby powder, talc, holi

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