July 6, 2017
HEALTHY POMADE FOR LOOK GOOD AND FEEL GOOD HAIR
Personally I’m not a fan of pomade on men’s hair. It just looks too stiff to me and men (at least the ones I’ve encountered) just seem to adapt a “fresh” attitude when they put some pomade in their hair. I guess they feel like “Mr. Suave” when they style up their hair, can’t really fault them for that since we ladies also get that extra burst of confidence when we’ve just gotten our hair or nails done at the salon.
This brand, however, caught my attention because it says organic brew on their packaging. This just means that the product isn’t chemical-laden like other hair products out there and full of ingredients that we don’t know and can’t even pronounce. It’s a healthier option for people who want and/or need to constantly style their hair. The other thing that I like about this product is that it is made in Iloilo. You know I’m a sucker for buying local.
Prime Cut Pomade comes in the following variants: the Gentleman for heavy hold and medium shine, the Old School and the Womanizer for medium hold and medium shine, and the Momma’s Boy for medium hold and high shine. Products are available in 50g canisters.
Also, pomade isn’t just a men’s product anymore. Ladies, make use of this product nowadays too, whether for pixie cuts or just to keep the baby hairs in place.
To order or to know more about their products, check out them out on Facebook or on Instagram (look for primecutpomade).
Photos from the IG of Prime Cut Pomade
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