#61

Super Moderator
San Diego, Cal., USA
Working Wax by hairevolution is what my barber uses and I was impressed enough to purchase a jar.  It is water soluble, considered medium hold, and has a matte finish.  I use it a lot.

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#62

Member
Toronto, Ont. Canada
Oh boy! Just what I need in my already fast vanishing hair.

SCHMALTZ !!!!

I have been pondering the constructive use of Crazy Glue.
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#63

Member
Canada
My pomade collection is about 15 to 20 pomades at the moment I think. A few I've finished off and others I have on the way. It varies between water based, oils and clay depending on the day and week.
Brushes. I can't stop buying brushes.

BTW have any brushes???
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#64

Member
Canada
Here is my collection with 19 various pomades and 1 more in the mail and maybe a few more I'll get this weekend.

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Top row is oil based pomade, just started with these and like them going to add more.

Second row are clay

Third and Forth rows are unorthodox water based pomade my most used pomade base.

Fifth row is water based gel type and a matte pomade on the far right. My previous most used but only works when my hair is very short.

I have finished about 5 jars this year, just recently bought a few more and a few more in that photo are below 50% so will finish soon hopefully.
Brushes. I can't stop buying brushes.

BTW have any brushes???
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#65
(12-11-2017, 06:09 PM)MattM97 Wrote: Here is my collection with 19 various pomades and 1 more in the mail and maybe a few more I'll get this weekend.

Top row is oil based pomade, just started with these and like them going to add more.

Second row are clay

Third and Forth rows are unorthodox water based pomade my most used pomade base.

Fifth row is water based gel type and a matte pomade on the far right. My previous most used but only works when my hair is very short.

I have finished about 5 jars this year, just recently bought a few more and a few more in that photo are below 50% so will finish soon hopefully.

Awesome collection MattM97 Happy2

Which of those do you consider to have the least shine? I like my hair to have a natural-look rather than wet/shiny.
#66

Member
Canada
(12-11-2017, 06:15 PM)HoosierShave Wrote:
(12-11-2017, 06:09 PM)MattM97 Wrote: Here is my collection with 19 various pomades and 1 more in the mail and maybe a few more I'll get this weekend.

Top row is oil based pomade, just started with these and like them going to add more.

Second row are clay

Third and Forth rows are unorthodox water based pomade my most used pomade base.

Fifth row is water based gel type and a matte pomade on the far right. My previous most used but only works when my hair is very short.

I have finished about 5 jars this year, just recently bought a few more and a few more in that photo are below 50% so will finish soon hopefully.

Awesome collection MattM97  Happy2

Which of those do you consider to have the least shine?  I like my hair to have a natural-look rather than wet/shiny.

Hair type comes into play as well. Most pomades do indicate what the shine level is. I'd say the Black Ship is pretty neutral and the Nostalgic Grooming is as well.

Clays are also on the neutral side for shine the Flag Ship Dead Sea clay is really good. I'd say avoid Matte Pomade they are flat but really make the hair look and feel dry.
Brushes. I can't stop buying brushes.

BTW have any brushes???


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