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Addicted to pomade

A group dealing with hair-pomade. Whether you've got a pomp, waves, or  a classic barbershop-style; You love pomade?- You're welcome.
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Location: Barbershops Worldwide
Members: 31
Latest Activity: Nov 8, 2014

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Best water based pomade for under $8?

Started by Daniel Offenbacher. Last reply by alophant Aug 24, 2014. 1 Reply

I use Murray's, but it hasn't been holding well or giving me much height lately, due to the humidity. I live in Maryland and it is very humid, all year round. It doesn't work well because of that. I…Continue

I like Steadfast Pomade

Started by James DeLarme. Last reply by Jeran Sep 5, 2013. 1 Reply

I use Steadfast Pomade. It has a great "ocean" smell, its not greasy, and the hold is pretty good - but I have fine hair so it may be too weak for some people.I got it from a local barber out here in…Continue

Tags: Review, Steadfast, Pomade

Styling advice.

Started by Mike Axton. Last reply by Maximilian Hermann Reese Mar 5, 2013. 24 Replies

Hey guys, I don't have any advice right now but I am looking for some and also I thought it would be a good thing to have a topic covering styling tips for people who are just starting to grease up…Continue

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Comment by Tom on August 23, 2013 at 10:45pm

Just getting into The Pompadour. A place in Toronto actually specializes in those sort of cuts from back in the day so I got it started about 2 months ago. I don't have enough length for a decent pomp yet so it's more of the Mad Men/Don Draper look. I could use more hair length even for that though. 

I've been using Layrite and Brylcreem (not at the same time) but have picked up some Murray's, Dax Wave and Groom, and Murray's Beeswax. I want to try everything I can that's available locally. Hopefully I can pick up some good tips from this group, and add some of my own as I gain experience.

TTYL,

Tom

Comment by Mister 1960 on April 10, 2013 at 9:42am

Don't worry too much Pally, we're all busy combin' our hair.

 

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