Sweet Tobacco Pomade 2oz 56.7gr
Medium Hold, High Shine Pomade for Men
Our Sweet Tobacco styling pomade provides all-day malleability for classic, structured styles like the pompadour—leaving hair soft and touchable with high-shine and frizz-free details. Exclusive oils used this pomade harken back to the aroma of Virginia pipe tobacco and the independent spirit of Prohibition-era speakeasy lounges.
SHAPE AND REFINE HAIR.
Our high-shine pomade is made from a water-soluble blend of wax and elastic fibers that tames texture for both thin and thick hair. It will let you refine or separate hair for frizz-free modern and vintage hairstyles. It is paraben-free and won’t leave a greasy or flaky feel.
ALL-DAY, FLEXIBLE HOLD.
With a superior formula, this men’s pomade offers a long-lasting medium grip for shaping that provides touchable, malleable control. Strands will not become too stiff, allowing you to restyle your hair throughout the day.
IDEAL FOR SMOOTH, SLEEK STYLES.
Our high-quality pomade works best for short and medium-length hair, and it’s great for straight, wavy, or curly hair. This is the perfect product to achieve classic, structured styles that feature smoothness and high amounts of shine.
EASY TO USE.
The pomade easily scoops out of the jar to allow you to comb through hair, increase definition, and mold to your liking. Add more pomade to dry hair to increase grip and shapeable texture. When done, simply rinse out with warm water. To soften the pomade before use, simply add water.
A MASCULINE AROMA.
At 18.21, we use exclusive oils to create unique, memorable, and long-lasting scents. The oils in our Sweet Tobacco pomade work together to bring out aromas of saffron and dried fruits that mellow to hints of tonka bean, manuka honey, and dark-toned vanilla to remind you of sweetened tobacco, exotic woods, and powdery musk.
AN IDEAL GIFT.
A lot of guys don’t think to pamper themselves. Looks like it’s up to you. Introduce dad, best bud, or birthday boy to craft products they’ll never turn back from. Got a graduate? Some would consider Man Made a rite of passage. We leave it to you, but we bet they’ll savor every last ounce.