To make conspicuous on a computer screen by changing the color of an area, especially characters and their immediate background. Often the colors are the reverse of the non-highlighted area.
A hair coloring process that lightens strands of hair, rather than lightening all of the hair. Two or three complementary colors can be used as long as they are lighter than the original hair color.
an area of lightness in a picture
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Creation of light and dark areas buy adding or removing colour.
to attract attention to something or emphasize its importance (e.g. to highlight the main points in an argument)
To use a lighter shade of paint in a particular area.
Using a lighter color to create an area of illumination on an object.
To make an object 'shaded' so that it is distinguished from other objects on a display screen or hard-copy printout.
Highlights are painted to simulate where light would fall naturally on the high points of a mask or sculpture. This heightens a relief effect. Highlight paint can be made by lightening the base paint.
lighten a painted area as is the sun (light) was touching it. Gives a more realistic effect to painted piece. Color used to highlight is lighter than color being highlighted. Gloss: as in finish/sealer; very shiny surface; gloss sealer is the final step to piece to protect the work from light and water damage.
To highlight is to bring out, enhance or feature something or someone. This is also a term used in makeup where you blend lighter shades to add balance to your features.
To emphasize an area on the display screen by any of several methods, such as brightening the area or reversing the color of characters within the area.