From Paris With Love – BY TERRY Baume de Rose

When it comes to color, I limit myself strictly to bronzer and concealer. That hasn’t stopped me, however, from being completely mesmerized by the color driven line BY TERRY. Recently, I got my hands on the brand’s iconic lip and cuticle ointment, Baume de Rose, and nothing has been the same since. Talk about everything coming up roses! #ByTerryForBart

This ultra rich and soothing balm has been the industry front runner in the lip category for the past ten years. Developed by Terry de Gunzburg, it is hardly her first global hit. For fifteen years, she was YSL Beauté’s international marketing and creative director where she invented a concealer-highlighter hybrid of a click pen. You may have heard of it. Touche Éclat? #HauteColeure

Baume de Rose is creamy and silky, completely non sticky, and glides on like a dream. There is barely any tint; just mass hydration. The delicate rose fragrance is light and almost edible, hardly the cloying scent you experience in similar products. It may even remind you of an Italian summer favorite. That’s it! Rosewater panna cotta! #nomnom

by terry baume de rose all purpose rose wax base lip cuticle balm
Essential Rose Wax is the star ingredient here. With its restructuring and soothing powers, it brings dry lips back to life instantly. Floral oils nourish while anti aging bio-ceramides hydrate and smooth. Hand washing that borders on OCD? Dab the tiniest amount on your cuticles and nobody will know you’re crazy. #OurSecret

Baume de Rose provides a luxurious and elegant experience. The frosted glass jar and silver lid make for a gorgeous addition to any bed side. A fabulous night time treatment, it is portable enough for your bag and makes traveling in economy a little more like being in first class. I am traveling with my lil’ pot of magic this week, which has seen more nightstands in a week than a fallen A-list actress. #StarsTheyreJustLikeUs

Baume de Rose retails for $60 (10 g.) – available at,,


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