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Need help to choose pomade!

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by Jeccuverner, Feb 22, 2016.

  1. Jeccuverner

    Jeccuverner New Member

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    Im looking for a low shine, strong hold, water based (optionally good smelling) pomade.
    I use Anchors Teddy Boy Matte right now but I must use ALOT to get my hair the way I want it as my hair is a bit wavy and wont go back without looking like a mess.

    I am thinking between Suavecito (hopefully written correctly), Layrite superhold and Pete and Pedro (I know its not a pomade but still) Putty.


    If you know any or have experience in these please tell me, Im looking for a new pomade that dosent make my hair look wet and a little should go a long way.
    Im growing my hair long on the top and cutting it shorter on the sides with the top being styled with the pomade (the back being faded slightly).

    Id like to be able to restyle by hand but a comb works too, also no restyling is an option id most rather take. No oily pomades please!
     

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