Oil-based vs water-based pomade

The usual oil-based pomade would give you a slick and shiny touch to your hairstyle. When it first appeared in the 18th century, pomade is made of lard. Usually, it would take several showers to completely wash it away from your hair as you can imagine.

In modern days, water-based pomades are gaining popularity. Thanks to the modern ingredients in it namely beeswax, Candelilla Wax, Shea Butter and Soy Lecithin. These ingredients make up the water-based pomade. If you want a hairstyle product with a great hold during the day and can then be easily washed away, you may consider using water-based pomade.

Some popular oil-based pomades:

Reuzel Medium Sheen Pink PomadeĀ 

Reuzel Medium Sheen Pink Pomade

Reuzel is the Dutch word for lard. They have been producing these amazing oil-based pomade. With their well-formulated oil-based pomade, you will enjoy a strong hold and good control even if you have the curliest hair. Basically providing strong hold and medium shine with the pink version. Ideal for styling pompadours.

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Suavecito Pomade Oil Based Pomade

Many people have tried the Suavecito strong hold pomade. They also carry a oil-based one, allowing you to style a smooth, sleek slickback to a sky-high pomp. You will enjoy a healthy medium shine and controlled hold throughout the day.

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