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Looking in the brow section of the beauty aisle, there are many different options for filling in: powders, pomades, pencils, waxes, gels.
In the past, hairpieces were commonplace, if not mandatory, and the hair plastered with all manner of pomades to give it substance.
Grooming: Le Labo beard oil ($60) and after-shave balm ($35); clay hair pomade ($24) from Saturdays NYC; events with visiting barbers.
The products range from shampoos and pomades to soap and rosewater sprays, all botanically based, chemical-free and made locally in small batches.
Think of it as a brow mascara that has the pliability of a pomade.
This ever-so-slightly-waxy (in a good way!) spray acts almost like a much less heavy pomade, creating definition and control in braids, ends, and even pixie cuts.
YouTube stars Rhett and Link, the hosts of the popular channel ‘Good Mythical Morning’ have turned their fame into a major business by developing a line of personal care products including beard oil, lip balm, and hair pomade.
Invest in pomade: His hairstyle is inspired by classic images of James Dean and Marlon Brando: short on the sides, slicked back on top.
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