Pomade

Pomade (d; also regionally pronounced in the same way as the French word, pommade) is a greasy and waxy substance that is used to style hair. Pomade makes hair look slick, neat and shiny. Unlike hair spray and hair gel, pomade does not dry, and often takes several washes to remove. It can easily be removed using a high-detergent shampoo or other d...
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pomade

(from the article `essential oil`) ...During this time most of the flower oil is absorbed by the fat. The petals are then removed (defleurage), and the process is repeated until the ...
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pomade

[n] - hairdressing consisting of a perfumed oil or ointment 2. [v] - apply pomade to, of hair
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Pomade

• (n.) Cider. • (n.) Perfumed ointment; esp., a fragrant unguent for the hair; pomatum; -- originally made from apples.
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pomade

pomatum noun hairdressing consisting of a perfumed oil or ointment
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Pomade

Po·made' noun [ French pommade pomatum, Old French pomade cider (cf. Spanish pomada , Italian pomata , Late Latin pomata a drink made of apples), from Latin pomum fruit, Late Latin , an apple. Confer Pomatum .] 1. Cider. [ Obsolete] Piers...
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pomade

ointment for the hair
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Pomade

Synonymous with balm, putty, and paste, pomade is a thick styling product that creates long-lasting, sculpted looks. These products help smooth down the cuticle, seal strands with a firm texture, and shape hair. Balms are generally sold in small jars because a little will go a long way, especially for fine hair.
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pomade

Type: Term Pronunciation: pō-mād′, pō-mahd′ Definitions: 1. An ointment or cream containing medicaments; usually used on the hair. Synonyms: pomatum
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