Pleasing vanilla scent that matches classic pomade scents. Large size jar that should last you a long time. When you have a style in mind that’s tough to create, this formula is the right choice. Those with coarse and curly hair will appreciate this product’s ability to hold the style in place through the entire day.
Doesn’t work as well with fine hair. Above average price point.
Doesn’t leave residue as you comb through it. Delivers the results you want for the entire day for most types of hair styling designs. Has a water soluble formula that will wash out easily when you’re finished using it. Gives your hair a pleasing shine, but it doesn’t overdo it. Pleasing, light scent.
Requires using quite a bit of the product to achieve the style you want.
Washes out easily when you’re finished using it. Has a pleasing vanilla fragrance that’s not too strong. Uses hops in the formula to provide extra lift to hair and to prevent dandruff. Water-based formula that’s safe to use on all kinds of hair. Contains no artificial dyes or sulfates.
Expensive product per ounce. Smaller jar than most pomades.
Controls fly-away hair better than other products. Includes ingredients that help promote scalp health. Works equally well on beards and mustaches. Will hold the desired hair style for the majority of the day. Doesn’t use synthetic fragrances or colorants. Rinses completely clean when you’re done with it.
Thicker formula than some others. Has a high price per ounce of product.
More expensive than some others, but it’s a large capacity jar, so the price per ounce is reasonable. Very easy to use and to remove. This pomade formula recently underwent a change to improve performance. Provides benefits to the scalp, including skin repair and hair growth stimulation.
Creates hair that’s too stiff for the liking of some users.
For the most stubborn-to-style flyaway hair, or locks that need a boost of shine and sculpting hold, pomades are a great product to bring into your hair-styling routine. Best for short, thick hair, pomades are a wax-like paste than hold hair however you meld it, without the crunchiness or weighed down feeling of styling creams or gels. A little goes a very long way, so even a small jar should last you many months. It’s buildable, so start with a tiny amount, style, then add another layer if needed. It stands up well to moisture, so it’s good to use in rainy, humid weather. Most pomades cost about $20.
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