Triumph & Disaster
Triumph & Disaster Ponsonby Pomade (95g)
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If flexible hold with a slick shine is what you're looking for then Triumph & Disaster Ponsonby Pomade is the one for you. Formulated to offer medium hold, flexibility and a high-shine-finish, this beautifully scented Pomade is perfect for creating modern, clean styles.
- The scent is slightly medicinal and wonderfully masculine; clean and fresh.
- Water based so rinses-out easily leaving no build-up.
Available for worldwide delivery from the UK.
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Medium hold & high shine is at the forefront of Ponsonby's persona, but it doesn't end there. In keeping with their performance, style and nutrient-rich ethos, Triumph & Disaster have developed Ponsonby to treat and prtotect the hair and scalp whilst simultaneously sculpting the very latest styles.
Argan Oil, best known for it's intense hydrating properties, has been blended in to the Pomade to condition the hair and scalp during use. New Zealand Harakeke Oil nourishes the scalp and prevents environmental damage. Dragon's Blood - well it's not really Dragon's Blood - is a natural tree resin that also soothes the scalp and adds a balancing effect.
Use daily after showering. Best applied to dry hair.
Why Ponsonby? That's the name of the town in New Zealand where Triumph & Disaster are based!
|Brand||Triumph & Disaster|
|How to use||Apply to dry hair hair. Warm a tiny amount between the fingertips and apply it to the hair as you style.|
|Expert's Tip||Apply it a little at a time. You can always add more.|
|When To Use||Daily.|
Let's go retroThis hair clay is brilliant. You only need a tiny amount and then rubbed in to the hair for that mat dull tousled look but the packaging is something else you wouldn't think it only came out a few years ago, if I didn't know I thought it would have been done in the Twenties the tin is fantastic like an old shoe polish tin you could imagine the legendary silent film star Rudolf Valentino using this especially the pomade. Brilliant.
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