Old Money Styling Balm

3.4 oz / 100 ml

$37.00

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  • A blend of natural ingredients & safe synthetics

Blend attributes

hold

luster

strength

Notes

Amber, Black pepper, Oak
 Old Money blend

Styling Balm is a versatile product that's perfect for all hair types. The light to medium hold gives a flexible, natural look for both the hair and beard. We formulated Styling Balm without parabens, sulfates, silicones or dyes in order to avoid build up after use. Styling Balm resists humidity, so it smooths out frizz while adding a light sheen to the hair.

Use it with our Sea Salt Spray to create layers of texture and shine, it won't weigh down the hair and washes out easily. Together they create the perfect amount of shine and texture for daily looks. Try matching the Styling Balm with your other favorite products in the same scent.

Breathe deep - that's the smell of Old Money. With notes of aged oak, black pepper, and amber, this is a rich and complex scent that evolves as it's worn throughout the day, and is our most potent scent blend. It's a fragrance that is at home surrounded by rich mahogany, your favorite worn leather chair, a glass of whiskey, and a cigar.

A little goes a long way with this Styling Balm! Take a small amount of product (depending on the length of hair - start with a quarter-sized amount and build slowly if needed), rub between hands, and apply to towel dried hair. The result will be soft pliable hair with a firm, but flexible hold.

Reviews

Customer Reviews

Based on 142 reviews
88%
(125)
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J
J.M.
That Scent

Old Money has a scent like no other grooming product I’ve come across. It’s very masculine and rich and has quickly become a product I can’t wait to put on my beard in the morning just so I can smell it. I’ve used the Old Money styling balm, utility balm, sea salt spray, beard oil, wash, and softener. My only criticism is consistency in the scent. Some of those products smell like a sweeter version of Old Money (which I don’t care for as much as the drier version).
This styling balm is a great way to handle those stray beard hairs and I’ve been very pleased how soft it feels in my head-hair too. When it’s first applied, it has a slightly waxy texture that I comb through my beard and as the day goes on it gets softer and softer without sacrificing hold. If you don’t wash your beard everyday, this product can last a couple days if all you’re doing is rinsing.
After months of sampling several different companies beard products, I settled firmly on Beardbrand for the unrivaled quality.
Super solid product all-around.

T
T.B.
Love this stuff

I loved the tree ranger styling balm but this stuff just smells better to me. Still the same amount of hold that is just what I needed. I pair it with the old money sea salt spray for a great look. Will definitely be buying again.

E
E.
The dopeness

The scent is among the very best on the market. A crowd pleaser, if you will. But why I keep getting this balm every few weeks is because it works. It simply work. The perfect amount of hold. I don't particularly like when a balm leaves my beard wet, shiny, or oily. The Beardbrand Utility Balm goes on dry and stays that way while still protecting the man mane.

T
T.G.
Good smell

Like the smell,texture is smooth. Not rough and gritty.

D
D.i.G.
Utility Balm / Styling Balm Input

I am very happy with the Old Money utility balm. Good quality product with a great fragrance. The Temple Smoke smells even better but the fragrance does not last near as long. The styling balm (Old Money and Temple Smoke) have very little fragrance and may even mask some of the utility balm fragrance. This product is not worth the gold line price tag.

Customer Reviews

Based on 142 reviews
88%
(125)
4%
(5)
6%
(9)
2%
(3)
0%
(0)
J
J.M.
That Scent

Old Money has a scent like no other grooming product I’ve come across. It’s very masculine and rich and has quickly become a product I can’t wait to put on my beard in the morning just so I can smell it. I’ve used the Old Money styling balm, utility balm, sea salt spray, beard oil, wash, and softener. My only criticism is consistency in the scent. Some of those products smell like a sweeter version of Old Money (which I don’t care for as much as the drier version).
This styling balm is a great way to handle those stray beard hairs and I’ve been very pleased how soft it feels in my head-hair too. When it’s first applied, it has a slightly waxy texture that I comb through my beard and as the day goes on it gets softer and softer without sacrificing hold. If you don’t wash your beard everyday, this product can last a couple days if all you’re doing is rinsing.
After months of sampling several different companies beard products, I settled firmly on Beardbrand for the unrivaled quality.
Super solid product all-around.

T
T.B.
Love this stuff

I loved the tree ranger styling balm but this stuff just smells better to me. Still the same amount of hold that is just what I needed. I pair it with the old money sea salt spray for a great look. Will definitely be buying again.

E
E.
The dopeness

The scent is among the very best on the market. A crowd pleaser, if you will. But why I keep getting this balm every few weeks is because it works. It simply work. The perfect amount of hold. I don't particularly like when a balm leaves my beard wet, shiny, or oily. The Beardbrand Utility Balm goes on dry and stays that way while still protecting the man mane.

T
T.G.
Good smell

Like the smell,texture is smooth. Not rough and gritty.

D
D.i.G.
Utility Balm / Styling Balm Input

I am very happy with the Old Money utility balm. Good quality product with a great fragrance. The Temple Smoke smells even better but the fragrance does not last near as long. The styling balm (Old Money and Temple Smoke) have very little fragrance and may even mask some of the utility balm fragrance. This product is not worth the gold line price tag.