Rumble 59, Schmiere Waterbased Pomade Strong.
The Gel-Pomade convinces with simple treatment, good washability and a great look!
It was just that the Schmiere ravens have staked out their claim, a long missed relative with colorful feathers was washed ashore.
And you better don't mess with this scoundrel!
After marauding the seven seas - and every nest on the coasts - he continues his prey round here with his one-of-a-kind knowledge of waterbased pomades.
A worthy new member of the Rumble59 Schmiere-Gang and an extraordinary support at robberies and with styling-issues alike.
The water-based pomade strong has a strong hold.
It has a jellylike texture, a red colour and smells tasty of cherries.
This pomade has many convincing advantages: Your hair will be very easy to style and comb.
But in the end this pomade convinces with its' washability.
The water-based pomade has the benefits of a retro-pomade but could be washed out very easily - even without shampoo!
The included ricinus-based oil is responsable for the unique advantage towards common gel: It cares for spreading the pomade easliy on the hair and for the perfect style - of course without drying up your hair. Your hairstyling stays the whole day through!
The water-based Schmiere Pomade medium at a glance:
- strong hold
- Colour: red
- Smell: cherries
- Content: 180 ml
- Made in Germany
- Ingredients: Aqua, Ceteareth-25, PEG-7 Glyceryl Cocoate, VP/Methacrylamide/Vinyl Imidazole Coplymer, Propylene Glycol, Polyurethane-39, Hydrogenated Polyisobutene, PEG-7 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Parfum, Phenoxyethanol, Decylene Glycol, CI 16255, CI 13015
- also available with medium hold
Tips and tricks for water-based pomades:
The water-based pomade by Schmiere could be applied on dry or also on wet hair. For a classic 50s styling take some pomade and rub it between your fingers or hands. Spread it over your hair and style your hair as desired. After the pomade has set a little bit you could spread some Schmiere - Pomade brilliance/ light for the perfect shine over your hair.