How To Style: Vintage Pomade

How To Style: Vintage Pomade

Introducing Shoreditch Senior Barber Ben Vowles' new summer hairstyle series for The Murdock Man. Each look has been crafted using one of our four signature Hair Styling Tins to showcase the ability and impact of our unique, Clean Label formulas. See a style you like? Follow Ben's handy guides to achieve each natural hair style with confidence and that professional barbershop finish.


The Style

For Edo, I worked a classic graduated shape that can be worked with or without a parting, while maintaining a little more length for a suave finish. I used scissor over comb on the edges to keep it a little more tidy for the summer. Pomade, comb and go.

How It Is Achieved

Hair Play was applied before blow drying to give a groomed finish. Then Vintage Pomade was applied for a perfectly groomed look, with a firm hold and a light shine.

Top Tip

Use a flat brush while blowdrying to reduce volume and polish the hair as you dry. Always take a pea sized amount of styling product and work into your hands just enough to warm through. Work through the hair roots to tip and mould into shape. Always start with less as you can always add more!

What To Ask Your Barber For

A classic short back and sides with a scissor cut (for a more classic look).
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