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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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Retro hairstyling is very on-trend and so pomades, which give flexible hold, will become popular"
While pomades have been around for rears, formulators are tweaking the recipes to create styling aids designed to appeal to the needs of modern consumers.
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.
Silsoft Care blend is a potential choice for many hair care applications including rinse-off and leave-in conditioners, hair serums, styling gels, pomades, and pre-treatments for coloring, bleaching and permanents.
The polymer is recommended for use in a wide range of styling products, including translucent hair gds, styling creams and lotions, mousses, serums, waxes and pomades.
The products, branded "Bless the Beasts" by Derek, include shampoos, conditioners, pomades and fragrances.
These include gels, mousses, creams, waxes, pomades and spritz products.
Armed with cucumber masks and curlers, they navigated a sea of bath salts, scrubs, lipsticks, pomades and miracle creams to develop a formula: http://www.