WHY USE A SETTING POMADE?
Our SETTING POMADE can be used following our filler or on its own to lock in your shape for up to eight hours longer.
The clear wax coats individual hairs to bulk, shape and hold your look in place all day long.
Provides a defined, bold look.
WHAT PRODUCT IS RIGHT FOR ME?
PENCILS are ideal for a beginner as it allows to fill in sparse areas gradually with precision. Ideal for shaping a soft, natural, less dramatic look. The pencil will also allow you to correct your brow or beard outline (with a bit of practice) if you wish for a more defined look.
BROW & BEARD FILLER is perfect to fill in larger sparse areas with a more natural, softer finish. For brows or beards that don’t need much re-shaping.
SETTING POMADE can be used after filler powder to give you up to eight hours of extra holding power. The clear wax coats individual hairs to bulk, shape, and hold in place. Can also be used on its own like a clear gel giving a defined, bold look.
STYLING GEL is ideal for brows with a fairly good shape that don’t require much filling in. Suited to thick hairs that need taming and shaping. Produces a sharp, crisp look. The clear gel can be used after using a pencil or powder to provide a water-resistant long-lasting finish.
WHEN DO I USE IT?
SETTING POMADE can be used on its own after any face makeup. Perfect for use after using a pencil or brow & beard filler.
The filler comes with an easy application brush that allows you to simply apply to the hairs quickly and easily with instant results.
Available in clear only.
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Size - 10g
BROW & BEARD SETTING POMADE
If you need to fill in any sparse areas or outline, use our pencil or fillers before applying the pomade.
Use the angled brow brush to comb through to position your hairs.
Dab the brush on the powder, then gently tap it to shake any excess off.
Using short feather-like strokes start with the inner part of your eyebrow working towards the tail following direction of your hairs.
Again using short feather-like strokes following direction of your hairs.