A classic, water-soluble pomade with an aggressive hold and a handsome aroma. Suitable for all hair types to create a smooth polished look that would make your grandfather proud.
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Firm hold / High shine
Contains violet pigment that keeps blonde and silver hair shining bright.
Rinses completely clean from the hair without shampoo.
How To Use
For smoothest results, apply a fingerful to towel-dried hair and comb it into the desired style.
Grandpa’s pipe tobacco
Love this stuff. I keep coming back to it over and over again. Nice shine, not greasy.
I love Victory Pomade , it keeps my platinum hair platinum , shiny , and in place.
Seriously, I've tried a lot of them. I've been using it ever since my hairdo wizard sent me home from an appointment with a can -- she used to work in a town with a raging rockabilly scene, so she knows how to do a ducktail, and she told me Victory Pomade was the stuff to use on one. She was not wrong.
This is a good product it does it’s job when it comes to hold it definitely let me control and style my hair but that’s what I would expect from most water based firm hold pomades. I used two scoops of this product not a whole lot and my hair did crunch up a little over time and I personally do not like my hair to harden or crunch I prefer it to be malleable but that’s not something a wet comb can fix. It did do it’s job in every other department. Nice shine and it does wear off after a couple hours but that’s normal. Easy to wash off as expected because it is water based not oil based and the smell is good nothing too strong or overwhelming. Good product
This stuff is great. Recommended by my barber. I paired it with the salt spray for a slicked back or pompadour and it worked great. I’ve got a shorter cut now, so it’s not working as well - gonna try the claymore now. But I highly recommend for a longer cut. Best stuff I’ve used.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is pomade?
Pomade is a classic men’s grooming product made popular during the early 20th century because of its high shine and strong hold. While early versions were made from petroleum and rendered animal fats, the modern version has transitioned to more of a water-based wax that helps create smooth, easy-to-comb, classic looks in the hair, with easier removal. Victory Brand Pomade is water-based, easy to remove, simple to apply and smells like grandpa’s pipe tobacco!
When should I use pomade?
Pomade is best used to control medium to thick hair types when the desired result is a smooth, semi-wet look or a classic, easy-to-comb hairstyle. It is ideal for short to medium hair lengths.
How do I apply pomade?
For a slick look, Pomade can be applied directly to damp or towel-dried hair and combed into place.
For a smooth look that still has volume, take a small amount of Pomade and apply it to damp hair, blow-dry using a vent or round brush to create volume, apply an additional small amount of Pomade to dried hair and comb into desired look.
Why Victory Barber Pomade?
Instead of a super stiff glued down look, Victory Brand pomade has been specially formulated to be moisturizing, to remain soft feeling in the hair, and to provide excellent control. While most pomades on the market are orange or brown in color, the Victory Brand pomades violet color is designed to help control brassy tones in blonde, silver, or naturally grey hair and keep them shining bright.
Is Victory Brand Pomade easy to remove?
Yes.. Victory Brand Pomade is 100% water-soluble and is easy to remove with a thorough rinse.
Can I use it in fine hair?
Absolutely! Victory Brand Pomade is exceptionally lightweight compared to other pomades, which makes it a good choice for people with fine hair looking to achieve a classic, smooth look.
Does it get crunchy?
Never. Victory Brand Pomade is formulated with water-soluble lanolin that helps moisturize the hair and keeps the finish soft and touchable.
Can I mix it with the other products?
All Victory Brand products are intermixable. Want to add a little shine to Super-Dry? mix it with Pomade in your hands before you apply! Want to increase the hold? Mix it with Claymore for an amazing concoction that we lovingly called PB&J, and watch in amazement as it takes control of your unruly mop.