A medium-weight, classic pomade based on petrolatum, lanolin, jojoba and beeswax. In a creepy-beautiful zombie look and a spicy, fruity-sweet scent of orange and lime Handmade in Germany.
Already the can design of the "Gentleman's Finest Pomade" in the look of the Día de los Muertos (Mexican Day of the Dead) is an eye-catcher. Colorful, fascinating and beautifully spooky. But the highlight hides inside the can. If you unscrew the tin can, you will not only encounter a fruity-sparkling scent. In the center of the pomade surface rest the remains of a skeleton, as in a coffin. In the form of a highlighted brooch of dyed pomade and in the optics of the can graphics lies in front of us a skull, embedded in a bouquet of roses. As mesmerized, this creepy romantic brooch attracts all the senses. It takes a bit of effort to dip ones finger into this exciting pomade work of art to get the pleasure of the pomade. The waxy jewel looks so fascinating and precious. One would like to take it out carefully and want to wear it as an accessory.
Removing the pomade out of the can works effortlessly, as one would expect from a medium pomade. The consistency is wonderfully classic, supple and also very sticky. This guarantees that fine and protruding hair are well held together by the pomade. The pleasant experience with the pomade goes on, however, because even working the pomade into the hair is smooth and the pomade can be distributed evenly. The hold is exactly in the medium-hard range, the gloss is classically elegant, maybe a little stronger. What would be a day of the dead without sweets? In the scent "Fun Fair Scent" can be found such as popcorn, cotton candy, candied fruit and roasted almonds. The result is a fruity, sweet, spicy, strong fragrance that accompanies you throughout the day. Hilarious and mysterious.
- Cera Alba
- Cera Microcristallina
- Jojoba Esters
- C.I 77288
- Hydroxy-methyl-pentyl-cyclohexen carboxaldehyd
- 2-(4-tert-Butylbenzyl) Propionaldehyd