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Posted: 1/19/2015 9:24:28 PM EST
Went to my barber for a quick cut. He was doing a job that looks like the haircut in the movie Fury. It looks like you got to maintain that hair with the slicked back look. He said to use pomade, which It looks like old school hair wax. Just wondering if the beehive knew the pros and cons to using that stuff.
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Wat
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Pomade>gel.

It is not to be discussed beyond this on a gun forum.
Link Posted: 1/19/2015 9:29:59 PM EST
I have a similar haircut, a disconnected undercut aka the Peaky Blinders haircut, and use American Crew Pomade everyday.

It's water based and washes out easy, oil based pomades are old school and are meant to stay in.


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Originally Posted By disorientedpilot:
I don't want that pomade, I'm a dapper dan man!
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Pomade does a great job of giving hair that slick back look but you'll need industrial strength degreaser to get that shit out of your hair.

ETA: There is a Grooming & Haberdashery forum now to discuss such things.
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I'm a Dapper Dan man


NOOOOO- beat again
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I have an undercut.

I use this:

Link Posted: 1/19/2015 9:35:18 PM EST
New age pomades are made with water-soluble wax, as opposed to the oils and greases used back in the day (hence the term "greaser")

As said before, modern pomades wash out easily with water (or make it easy to quickly tune-up your 'do with a moist comb or spritz of water)

Yeah, the hipsters have sunk their teeth into pomades, etc. but the fact remains that if you like your haircut, who cares what anyone else thinks?


I use J.S. Sloane brand medium-weight brillantine
Link Posted: 1/19/2015 9:36:05 PM EST
Gawd u all arr so ghey.

Go ask the pirate about hairdo's
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Use what makes you most happy.
Link Posted: 1/19/2015 9:40:27 PM EST
So. You got punked by your barber.
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Originally Posted By twitch1706:
New age pomades are made with water-soluble wax, as opposed to the oils and greases used back in the day (hence the term "greaser")

As said before, modern pomades wash out easily with water (or make it easy to quickly tune-up your 'do with a moist comb or spritz of water)

Yeah, the hipsters have sunk their teeth into pomades, etc. but the fact remains that if you like your haircut, who cares what anyone else thinks?


I use J.S. Sloane brand medium-weight brillantine
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Spritz of water. WTF! Someone in arfcom is talking about spritzing.
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I use clippers without the guard. Buzz the entire head.

Hair styling? Ain't nobody got time fo dat.
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So. You got (s)punked by your barber.
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Better than pomeade?
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Spritz of water. WTF! Someone in arfcom is talking about spritzing.
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Sue me
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Pomade/Hair wax is superior to gel in almost every way imo, however a lot of pomades do not wash out nearly as easy as most other products. A quality clarifying shampoo will usually do the job of getting it all cleaned out vs super cheap Suave which will leave you wanting.
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Originally Posted By BrowardMason:
I use clippers without the guard. Buzz the entire head.

Hair styling? Ain't nobody got time fo dat.
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That takes a real man. WE are few and far between. #1 guard here. I wake up and don't need to fuss with this hair shit. That's for girls.
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That takes a real man. WE are few and far between. #1 guard here. I wake up and don't need to fuss with this hair shit. That's for girls.
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Originally Posted By JasonK94Z:
Originally Posted By BrowardMason:
I use clippers without the guard. Buzz the entire head.

Hair styling? Ain't nobody got time fo dat.


That takes a real man. WE are few and far between. #1 guard here. I wake up and don't need to fuss with this hair shit. That's for girls.

Male pattern baldness spotted.
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Originally Posted By Raven4031:
Pomade/Hair wax is superior to gel in almost every way imo, however a lot of pomades do not wash out nearly as easy as most other products. A quality clarifying shampoo will usually do the job of getting it all cleaned out vs super cheap Suave which will leave you wanting.
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"Clarifying Shampoo". Gettin kinda faggy in here
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Male pattern baldness spotted.
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Originally Posted By JasonK94Z:
Originally Posted By BrowardMason:
I use clippers without the guard. Buzz the entire head.

Hair styling? Ain't nobody got time fo dat.


That takes a real man. WE are few and far between. #1 guard here. I wake up and don't need to fuss with this hair shit. That's for girls.

Male pattern baldness spotted.


True, but just a little bit. Even when I had a head full, ain't nobody got time fo that!
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Is my irish springs bar of soap a clarifying shampoo?
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Originally Posted By JasonK94Z:


True, but just a little bit. Even when I had a head full, ain't nobody got time fo that!
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Originally Posted By ElectricSheep556:
Originally Posted By JasonK94Z:
Originally Posted By BrowardMason:
I use clippers without the guard. Buzz the entire head.

Hair styling? Ain't nobody got time fo dat.


That takes a real man. WE are few and far between. #1 guard here. I wake up and don't need to fuss with this hair shit. That's for girls.

Male pattern baldness spotted.


True, but just a little bit. Even when I had a head full, ain't nobody got time fo that!

I just wear a hat.
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So what you're saying is you want the Macklemore?
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"Clarifying Shampoo". Gettin kinda faggy in here
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Originally Posted By JasonK94Z:
Originally Posted By Raven4031:
Pomade/Hair wax is superior to gel in almost every way imo, however a lot of pomades do not wash out nearly as easy as most other products. A quality clarifying shampoo will usually do the job of getting it all cleaned out vs super cheap Suave which will leave you wanting.


"Clarifying Shampoo". Gettin kinda faggy in here


Thought that might get a response, but you know...
They discontinued my favorite hair wax some years ago and it now sells online for $20 a 1.5 oz. jar. Was $5 when it was on the market. Needless to say, I haven't used it since it disappeared off the shelves. The other waxes may wash out easier, but none that I have used match up to it.
These days I set my Wahl buzzer to 1/4" and call it a day.
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I'm just here for the beauty tips....
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All you "real men" can slob a knob. Always bragging about how manly "not giving a fuck" is.

Sorry, ill groom myself and opt for more getting more pussy, than looking like a fuckin hobo, and impressing other men,and you call me gay.


Aint no woman out there fingerbanging herself fantasizing about how hairy your taint is.






As to the OP, Suavecito is all good. I always keep a #1guard on the sides, year round. Cooler months, I let the top grow out a bit. Its versitile. I can pomade it back for the badass ww2 German soldier look, use a basic paste for a moderate look, or just leave it "messy" My wife digs it all.


Summertime in Louisiana is nasty. #1 on the sides, and slightly longer on the top. Its just too hot/humid here for hair shenanigans.
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All you "real men" can slob a knob. Always bragging about how manly "not giving a fuck" is.

Sorry, ill groom myself and opt for more getting more pussy, than looking like a fuckin hobo, and impressing other men.


Aint no woman out there fingerbanging herself fantasizing about how hairy your taint is.
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Is this george takei? I loved you in star trek!

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Vanilla Ice approves...

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I have hair that won't stay in place. I bought and used brylcreem it's great suff. since then I have tried a few things. I'm currently using groom and clean with a little suavecito. That stuff smells great.


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Originally Posted By Raven4031:
Pomade/Hair wax is superior to gel in almost every way imo, however a lot of pomades do not wash out nearly as easy as most other products. A quality clarifying shampoo will usually do the job of getting it all cleaned out vs super cheap Suave which will leave you wanting.
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Leave me wanting what?
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Leave me wanting what?
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Originally Posted By Raven4031:
Pomade/Hair wax is superior to gel in almost every way imo, however a lot of pomades do not wash out nearly as easy as most other products. A quality clarifying shampoo will usually do the job of getting it all cleaned out vs super cheap Suave which will leave you wanting.


Leave me wanting what?

Clean hair, motherfucker! Keep up.
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Depends on how badly you want your hair stay that way VS how badly you want your hair to be nasty.


American Crew brown is medium hold medium shine. Use the right amount and your hair will stay pretty well, but wont be crunchy, washes out easy


Layrite holds really fucking well but gets kind of nasty and cant put your hands through it very easily without them feeling hell of greasy.


Or go full retard and put what is basically wax in your hair. Then proceed to hate yourself for the next three days because that shit does NOT come out. However, it holds the fuck out of your hair, but there's really no getting your hand through it.





When I actually have somewhere to go or want to look presentable I use the first one. No nasty scent, works well enough without being gross.




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Leave me wanting what?
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Clean hair, motherfucker! Keep up.
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Originally Posted By Beyond_Visual_Range:
Went to my barber for a quick cut. He was doing a job that looks like the haircut in the movie Fury. It looks like you got to maintain that hair with the slicked back look. He said to use pomade, which It looks like old school hair wax. Just wondering if the beehive knew the pros and cons to using that stuff.
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Woodys Web.

I keep my hair cut in a similar style and comb it back sometimes with pomade.
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Originally Posted By SBCZILLA:

Clean hair, motherfucker! Keep up.
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Originally Posted By Raven4031:
Pomade/Hair wax is superior to gel in almost every way imo, however a lot of pomades do not wash out nearly as easy as most other products. A quality clarifying shampoo will usually do the job of getting it all cleaned out vs super cheap Suave which will leave you wanting.


Leave me wanting what?

Clean hair, motherfucker! Keep up.


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We called those white walls in military school. You can request low, medium, or high white walls. I always asked for low white walls. My hair was very long on top and I had to hide it in my cunt cap so I would not get in trouble.

I still have the same haircut but without the white walls. I don't have to use pomade as my hair stays in whatever position I comb it when wet thankfully. Pomade is nasty stuff.
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Clean hair, motherfucker! Keep up.
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Originally Posted By Raven4031:
Pomade/Hair wax is superior to gel in almost every way imo, however a lot of pomades do not wash out nearly as easy as most other products. A quality clarifying shampoo will usually do the job of getting it all cleaned out vs super cheap Suave which will leave you wanting.


Leave me wanting what?

Clean hair, motherfucker! Keep up.


My $2.00 Suave cleans my hair just fine
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http://www.artofmanliness.com
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I use clippers without the guard. Buzz the entire head.

Hair styling? Ain't nobody got time fo dat.
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This. End of thread.
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My SIL is a beautician, got my haircut last week and brother got the Fury cut.

I first thought it looked like a Nazi Youth cut.
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And I actually clicked on this thread because I thought it said "Furry Cut." Was curious (somewhat) to see what that was.


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Murray's pomade you can find it in the black hair section it's pretty cheap. Apply on Monday and wash out on Friday works like an champ is about 3 bucks a can it's what I use for rocking the white boy slick back.
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That takes a real man. WE are few and far between. #1 guard here. I wake up and don't need to fuss with this hair shit. That's for girls.
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Originally Posted By JasonK94Z:
Originally Posted By BrowardMason:
I use clippers without the guard. Buzz the entire head.

Hair styling? Ain't nobody got time fo dat.


That takes a real man. WE are few and far between. #1 guard here. I wake up and don't need to fuss with this hair shit. That's for girls.


Yes it is, and I get a lot of them. They love my luxurious waves.
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