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The problem: You're a fan of the slicked back, rockabilly-inspired 'do—but you dont want to look like a used-car salesman. The solution: This lightweight pomade. Its water-soluble formula lends smoothness, shine, and definition while keeping strands firmly in place—minus any of the grease-monkey effect.
Has a weird smell and makes your hair look greasy/slick. Did not like. Wish it had a better mousse type finish.1
If I was a big pomade user, I would LOVE getting a jar of pomade in every monthly box, but none of it works on my hair, so I pretty much dump it in the trash as soon as I receive it.1
Doesn't hold my hair and leaves my hair looking 'unclean' Not for my hair type1
This just isn't something I would typically use. I tried it, and I was correct.1
I really dont like pomade I use a Bumble and Bumble wax that to me is much better than a pomade.1
This product just isn't for me. I don't use anything for my hair-on the plus side it smells good.1
This product was more like a paste than a pomade and turned flaky when I took a comb through it after an hour. There are better actual pomades out there.1
A while back Birchbox sent me a Go24/7 sample of a pomade similar to this that I am hooked on.
I like that the price for this Hanz de Fuko, but I am sold on the other stuff I was sent a few months back.
the only thing I use on my hair is shampoo so this isn't for me but maybe I will keep it around in case I ever decide to try out a shorter cut1
If this is the only way to stop getting these styling pomades then I am going to leave a review. It isn't a bad review for the product because I wouldn't know. I don't have long enough hair to even use a product like this.2