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(pō-mād', pō-mahd'),
An ointment or cream containing medicaments; usually used on the hair.
Synonym(s): pomatum
[Fr. pomade, fr. L. pomum, apple]

pomade (pō·mādˑ),

n a substance that comprises the fat that contains fragrant materials produced by enfleurage.
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They used pomade, a hair styling product you apply to your slightly damp, newly washed hair.
Retro hairstyling is very on-trend and so pomades, which give flexible hold, will become popular"
If this occurs, discontinue using the pomade and see a dermatologist.
Note the pomades of various brands, varieties and scents, as well as colognes, toners and even slick-looking watches.
Styling products in advanced forms like gels, mousses, whips, spray gels, hard/soft waxes and pomades, in very innovative and functional packaging, bring robust growth to the category New innovative product forms, colors, function and funky packaging keep expanding the category'," noted Cyrus Bulsara, president of Professional Consultants & Resources, a strategic consulting and industry data supply company that specializes in the beauty, salon and cosmetics industry.
La Bella offers a complete line of gels, sprays, mousses and pomades, as well as a complete skin care regimen.
La bella pomades are also doing well, notes Gurka, albeit in limited distribution.
Skunk striping can be achieved three ways: with hair color, with pomades or with small hairpieces.
Pomades and permanent press and whatever that stuff is that Patti LaBelle uses to make hers stick up and out and over like the demonic diva that she is.
Tancho, Morgan's and Elizabeth Joy hair pomades were just a little too oldschool.