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Reddit mentions of American Crew POMADE FOR HOLD AND SHINE for Men,3 Ounce (Pack of 1)

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Reddit mentions: 8

We found 8 Reddit mentions of American Crew POMADE FOR HOLD AND SHINE for Men,3 Ounce (Pack of 1). Here are the top ones.

American Crew POMADE FOR HOLD AND SHINE for Men,3 Ounce (Pack of 1)
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WHAT IT IS: A modern, flexible pomade for classic, slicked back looks or for control in any hair type.WHO IT'S FOR: Works well for all hair lengths and those with curly hairKEY BENEFIT: Provides medium hold and high sineKEY INGREDIENTS: Lanolin - Humectant and emollient responsible for unsurpassed hold, Water Based - Shampoos out easily without residueHOW TO USE: Rub a small amount evenly between palms before working into damp or dry hair and style as desiredWHO WE ARE: American Crew is a leader in, Men's Grooming for HAIR, BODY, SHAVE, STYLE, FRAGRANCE categories. As the global leader in men's grooming and the "Official Supplier to Men", American Crew's ongoing commitment is to elevate men's style and enhance their personal image by providing education and marketing to share the brands' vision.Complex Strong Hold: Ultimate hold in a pliable product.Lanolin: Provides tremendous shine and pliable hold.

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Found 8 comments on American Crew POMADE FOR HOLD AND SHINE for Men,3 Ounce (Pack of 1):

u/ketheriel · 29 pointsr/AskMen

Yup, I have hair down past my shoulders and this is how I dealt. Buy a thing of this crap, put a small amount on your hands and rub them together, and then run it through your hair while dry. Will keep the hair back and out of your face for quite a while.

Then furiously scrub your hands in a futile attempt to get it all off, curse as you frantically search for just anything to wipe them on, realize you didn't rub it through your hair well enough and there's a blob of it that makes you look like you eat straight butter all sloppy, rinse and repeat every day.

Depending on the type of pomade you get, it might leave your hair looking greasy. There are some similar products that don't give it that look.

u/irememberflick · 22 pointsr/GlobalOffensive

I went looking for how his hair would look like "naturally" and this is the closest I could find:


Unless you have naturally thick and semi-curly hair it can be hard to pull off. But if you do, make sure you don't use too much shampoo or conditioner, avoid using it everyday and try two or three times a week instead.

For the routine: shower your hair, lightly dry your hair with a towel, not too much but not so it's completely wet. Then use an hair dryer, not too hot. Then you can use a product, any kind that specializes in the "pompade" style that Nifty has. For example: Amercan Crew Pompade (amazon link). Use your hands instead of a comb and work the product over the hair. Don't forget the bottom of the hair too so you don't just work the top as it can be hard for the bottom to hold up the top. Style it like Nifty has it and there you go, now you can be a successful awper/IGL in any NA team

u/mmann-ion · 2 pointsr/malehairadvice

Try using a pomade. If you want to stick with American Crew, they make a pretty good one.

Waxes, fibers, and clays will generally give a dry look. If you want it to look shiny, or almost wet, stay away from anything that says "matte." Those try to make it look like you don't have anything in your hair.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/malehairadvice

Maybe use less shampoo when you do wash it? I have the same problem. Which is why I also only wash my hair every 3-5 days. The days that you do wash it, you could try using some product. Maybe not gel, but something like this or this. The second product is what I normally use. It helps. My hair used to be really dry and poofy, but I stopped washing it every day and started putting a little product in it.

u/diamondiamondiamond · 1 pointr/Hair

alright well you're going to want to start by showing your barber these pictures especially the front facing ones and emphasize that you want to keep a lot at the front to work with, as well as wispy layers for the rest of your head

now for products (i know you said your hair is thick but) you might want to try a thickening product as well just to get the style you're looking for. my salon sells this product that i've heard great things about. then i'm guessing from you getting a perm that your hair isn't naturally curly, so for the front section i strongly suggest devacurl's wave maker i have wavy to curly hair naturally and this gives me wonderfully defined curls

for styling i recommend you, a paddle brush, and a light touch become best friends. brushing away from your crown towards the front stopping before you reach where you want the curls to start. dont brush curls you'll ruin them. then for styling the sides, top and back of the hair you can either use a pomade this ones my personal favourite, or you can use a hair wax. they'll work similarly but the pomade will give you a little bit of a shiny finish whereas the wax won't. work a small amount of either between your fingers and run through your hair to give more of a wispy layered textured. again i wouldn't touch your curls except maybe with some hairspray but depending on how well the devacurl works you won't need to. the important thing to remember is don't touch what you want to curl as you'll break the curl pattern and it won't work just let it air dry no touch. if you're going to blow dry that's fine but i recommend blowing your hair against the grain back to your crown. this will give it a bit of lift. try to avoid blow drying the curly bit.

hope this achieves what you want

u/romero763 · 1 pointr/malehairadvice

For me, I just use Pomade. Something like this

If you use Amazon

u/GWmyc2 · 1 pointr/ABCDesis

The costume design people on Mad Men use American Crew Pomade to replicate that look. Fair warning - this product can leave your scalp flaky and dry.