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The One Who Knocks Medium Hold Pomade – Glass Jar

Shear Revival - Asbury Park, New Jersey

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4 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$15.00

  • Oil Based
  • Medium Hold
  • Medium Shine
  • Atlas Cedarwood, Sandalwood & Bergamot Scent
  • Made in Asbury Park, New Jersey
  • 4.0 oz

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Product Description

This product was a milestone for us. Being our first hairstyling product since the start of this company. We spent countless hours formulating this traditional oil based pomade. We present, The One Who Knocks Medium Hold Pomade. This is the type of pomade that our fathers wore, and their fathers before them.
Size: 4oz amber glass jar
Scent: atlas cedarwood, sandalwood, & bergamot

Ingredients: Beeswax, Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Microcrystalline Wax, Coconut Oil, Shea Butter, Jojoba Oil, Castor Oil, Fragrance & Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils
The One Who Knocks Medium Hold Pomade is recyclable, barber made and is always tested on humans.

1 review for The One Who Knocks Medium Hold Pomade – Glass Jar

  1. 4 out of 5

    My hair profile:
    I’ve medium thick, wavy hair. I wear a side part with a contour. At the moment, I’m using a brush with wild boar hair, a Denman brush plus a wide tooth comb (detangler). During styling, I use brushes most.

    Scent:
    Atlas, cedarwood, sandalwood and bergamot. For me: sort of a baby powder aroma. Smell is a bit odd in my opinion, don’t like it. Noticed a few whiffs from time to time. Scent is not overwhelming.

    Application process – result:
    Color of TOWK: the typical beeswax, castor oil yellowish. Scooping out the jar and breaking down: there’s some resistance. The waxy texture becomes buttery and shiny: this predicts the pomade will have a good amount of shine. I took around 4 1/2 scoops because I’m a heavy user. It went in easy, some grip, no real tug or pull. Spreading evenly: piece of cake. Hair felt not sticky. Combing through: some resistance but not painfull or tugging at all. Hair won’t be ripped out. I was glad to notice it straightened my waves, probably due to the 4 1/2 scoops I used to be sure of the hold. Most mediums are not capable to straighten my waves, certainly not on the first day. Cowlicks: tamed immediately. Sides held down well. I didn’t need a great amount of time to style, easy thing. Got a good height, a good slick clean hairdo.

    Shine:
    Nice medium, all day long.

    Hold – endurance:
    Medium hold. After initial styling: tiny bit of sagging and a few strays, few flyaways. Waves under control. Cowlicks and sides held in place: good. No splits somewhere. Bit of cycling and a walk with temperatures around the 70’s didn’t wreck my hair: just a few strays. At the end of the day: few flyaways, some strays, tiny bit of sagging, no real waves coming through. The pomade does not feel heavy in the hair nor doesn’t weigh the hair down. Soft feel.

    Restyling:
    No problem. Hold about the same. Waves did not came through much more. No resistance when restyling (Denman brush).

    Build up:
    Build up is waxy, clean. Days after: a few scoops extra. Build up on the second day didn’t give me a more solid hold: bit of waving and some loose hairs. Better option: styling on wetted hair.

    Washing out:
    Around 3 washes. Afterwards my hair felt healthy and soft.

    I made an inventory of degreasing methods that can help you: https://piw74.com/2016/07/12/an-inventory-of-degreasing-methods/

    Hair, scalp issues:
    No breakouts, allergies, itching.

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