Posted on October 22, 2012 by admin
Usually when pomade is applied to hair, the hair becomes slick and shiny. Popular since the beginning of the 1900’s til the 70’s, the pomade saw a comeback in 2010 for street style. Men with very neat and shiny hair who unlike hair spray or hair gel, would use pomade because of the wet effect. The difference between hair wax and pomade is that pomade gives the hair a slicker, shinier appearance, while wax doesn’t. The name pomade derived from French, pommade, meaning ointment, arising from Latin pomum, apple, because the original ointment recipe contained mashed apples. After such a prologue, are you still curious? Hair shapers this is for you. Far superior to any other pomade, The Imperial classic pomade gives a touch of shine and an amazing hold to your hair. The reason is due to The team behind, Inc. which has spent a combined 26 years in the Los Angeles and New York City barber culture. During that time, they have worked to perfect the craft of classic American styling. Pomades, gels and waxes were either too weak, too greasy, waxy, or too fragrant, while shaving products often fell victim to an onslaught of hype that never met general expectations. So they tried (and made it) to built the perfect products themselves. Their first result was the premium water-based CLASSIC POMADE has become the strongest water-based pomade in America. The hold was amazing, the wetter the hair, the lighter the hold. It also was reactivatable, for easy re-styling with just a bit of water. Are you still in search for the perfect look?
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