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The problem: You’re a fan of the slicked back, rockabilly-inspired 'do—but you don’t want to look like a used car salesman. The solution: This lightweight pomade will keep your locks firmly in place, lend your hair a light and subtle glossy shine, minus any of the grease monkey effect.
I like it, sort of a blend of pomade and a paste. Won't buy as i'm pretty flush with pomade since it seems to come every month, but if you're in the market i'd recommend this.4
good product if you like that sort of thing. I like the dry look and this is definitely a wet slicked back pomade but its fine3
I think this is a nice pomade with a great scent and superior hold. I would definitely recommend to a friend!4
I am not one to usually use styling gel so I passed this to a friend who uses them more often.3
I don't use product in my hair much, but this did a good job. It's got a nice smell to it. It had good hold, and didn't leave my hair looking greasy.4
I was excited about this product because I'm trying to find something new for my hair, but this was just a bit too much for my fine hair. It was really sticky.3
Finally, a great Pomade! Not greasy, smells nice and has the perfect hold. It's not easy to find. I highly recommend the Hanz de Fuko Modify Pomade.5
It doesn't last that long, it doesn't hold that well, I wouldn't recommend it. The smell and texture is fine2
Outside of Dapper Dan, but you can't find Dapper Dan in very many places these days. This is a fine substitute though.5
This product works well, although it is not outstanding. It functions well as a standard pomade should. I may purchase again4