How to use a pomade
It is an advantage to apply a pomade to damp hair (but not wet). Take a shower, dry your hair as usual and apply the pomande before the hair is completely dry. Alternatively, you can wet your hair during the hand wash and dry it with a towel.
Our experience is that a pomade is much easier to work with on damp hair than on dry hair. There are of course some who are of a different opinion and think the best result comes if the hair is dry. Finally, give it a try and see what works for you.
When you are about to start the actual styling, you first take out an appropriate amount of pomade in your hand. Contrary to a wax, you should not only have it on the fingertips, but preferably all over the palm. How much you need to use depends on the thickness and texture of your hair. Thick, curly hair will typically use more product than fine and thin hair. The more pomade you apply, the more 'Grease' look you will achieve. You naturally have a lot of options when it comes to styling. Many finish by running a comb through the hair, while others prefer to use their hands. When you use a pomade, you can either style the hair with a side part, slicked back or a classic rock'n roll pompadour with lots of volume.