Baume Bois de Rose

A Matte-Finish Modeling and Sculpting Balm

$56.00

or 4 installments of $14.00 by Afterpay

This luscious balm shapes and sculpts hair into any style with a matte finish. It can be applied to wet or dry hair and remolded as desired to add volume and texture without hardening the hair. It’s non-greasy formula nourishes and protects the hair from external damages. Its rosewood fragrance is a nice finishing touch and leaves a delicate trace in the hair suitable for both men and women.

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On wet hair, apply a small quantity of balm in the palm of your hand, rub both hands for a few seconds and apply to the roots with your fingertips, shaping the hair as desired. Do not rinse.

Pro Tips: A blow-dryer can be used while shaping to set styling. Ideal to create a wavy effect on mid-length hair.

Aqua, *Rhus Verniciflua Peel Wax, *Copernicia Cerifera (Carnauba) Wax, *Schinziophyton Rautanenii Kernel Oil Polyglyceryl-6 Esters, **Cera Alba, *Kaolin, PVP, **Jasmin Grandiflorum (Jasmine) Flower Cera, **Theobroma Grandiflorum (Cupuaçu) Seed Butter, *Glycerin, *Jojoba Esters, *Polyglyceryl-4 Caprylate, Polyquaternium-68, *Cocamidopropyl PG-Dimonium Chloride, *Parfum (Fragrance), *Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Wax, Benzyl Alcohol, *Glyceryl aprylate,*Alpha-Hexyl Cinnamaldehyde, *Sodium Lauroyl Glutamate – *Aniba Rosaeodora (Rosewood) Wood Oil, *Cetyl Alcohol, Linalol, *Decyl Glucoside, *Diglycerin, *Hydroxycitronellal, *Behentrimonium Methosulfate, *C10-40 Isoalkylamidopropylethyldimonium Ethosulfate, **Acacia Decurrens Flower Wax, *Polyglycerin-3, Salicylic Acid, *Limonene, *Caprylhydroxamic Acid, *Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone, *Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Sorbic Acid, *Tocopherol, *Lecithin, *Potassium Hydroxide, *Ascorbyl Palmitate, *Glyceryl Stearate, *Glyceryl Oleate, *Citric Acid, Phenoxyethanol

*Origin Natural **Certified Organic

In 2015, going against the trend for highly-structuring yet hardening gels that tended to suffocate hair, and waxes with a more natural finish but no real sticking power that were often too greasy. Tom Brooks came up with a balm that melted into hair and gave stylists full creative power. Radically different from anything available at the time, it combined the setting powers of natural waxes with the hydrating properties of Cupuaçu butter. A powerful styling aid with a matte finish and delicate rosewood scent, the balm has won awards and become a favorite with stylists.

9 reviews for Baume Bois de Rose

  1. ENS

    This product is the best styling product I have found….and I have used many. I have fine hair so assumed it would be too heavy. If you use it with a warmed-up, thin amount it adds a sculptural, non-greasy quality to fine hair. I assume it’s also fantastic for thick hair as well; I am sending it to my mother to try it out on her thick hair! The scent is marvelous, even for those who are sensitive.

  2. bebi M

    I don’t like this product and wish did not purchase it, it is too sticky and very hard to apply I will never buy it again

  3. Pamela Foretich

    Worth the wait! I have medium length, very fine hair and tons of it! Hard to use almost everything. Discovered hair clay but they all smelled too much of men’s cologne. Then I found this. Really a fresh, natural smell. Far from loud. My advice to other women trying this: less, then less of less, is more with this type of hair product. Push a minute amount, back and forth, between palms until it drags well, start at the back half of your head and be vigorous as you start pulling it from the roots up and out lightly & quickly as you work to the back then use what is left for the front of your head. Use the same technique no matter if you have to add a tiny bit more. The volume and “hold” is such a time-saver! A touch too much in the front spells disaster for me in a limp, oily mess. This is An operator-error hair product when used on the right hair textures. I use it like this on damp or dry hair.

  4. Simone

    Baume Bois de Rose is a great texturizer provided you use only a small amount. Unfortunately, the fragrance is unpleasant and overpowering. LG, please go lighter on the scent.

  5. Katya

    This is an interesting product. The smell is the best part of it. I found it to be best used on dry hair, otherwise, the hairbrush gets gooped up with the balm while blowdrying. The first-day use the hold and texture are amazing. However, the second-day hair where the product was applied tends to look really greasy. I still think it is worth adding this balm to the hairstyling rotation.

  6. Aaron

    Works wonders, surprised me how effective it is at keeping my disheveled hair in style. Definitely recommend !

  7. George

    This balm is amazing – it is similar to a wax and is indeed made of several plant and fruit waxes and therefore smells amazing. It seems a bit sticky at first however it gives your hair great texture and manageability with just a small amount. The smell is completely addictive (floral and woody). Recommended!

  8. Thomas Mendoza

    I have never had a styling baume that works as well as this one! I heard about it and knew I had to try it. It works best for me when I towel dry my hair and apply… and it smells amazing!!

  9. Jenna Hall

    I just bought this Baume and I am in love!! I have short, choppy hair and it’s the perfect styling cream. It holds my style without leaving my hair too sticky. Fabulous!

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