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The Do’s And Don’ts Of Applying Pomade3 min read

The Do's And Don'ts Of Applying Pomade

The right pomade can help you to combat frizz, define your curls and also strengthen your strands. Here, your choice of pomade as well as your application strategy plays a huge role in determining how effortless your look is. Make sure to abide by these pomade application rules, to ensure an effortless process every single time.

1. Do choose a lightweight pomade – A very heavy formula can weigh your curls down. A lightweight pomade like TCB Naturals Herbal Pomade can soothe your scalp and add definition without making your hair too heavy.

2. Don’t use pomade on dry hair if your hair texture is thick and coarse. Most curly hair types are better served if pomade is applied when the strands are slightly damp. The pomade is able to better penetrate the hair shaft, and the hair can hold on to its shape more effectively as it dries

3. Do warm your pomade before applying it to your hair. An easy way to do this is to rub the pomade between your hands to heat it up and make it more pliable.

4. Don’t start at the front of your scalp. A good rule of the thumb is to work the pomade in from the back first, where the hair is the densest.

5. Do use a quarter-sized amount of product, if your hair is thick, curly and coarse. For fine and thin hair, use a dime-sized dollop of pomade.

For even more information on styling your hair using pomade, check out our tips on The Best Way To Use A Pomade

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