In our shop you'll find original pomades from the USA, mostly adhering to the same formulas as produced in the 1930s. We carry pomades from brands like Murray's, DAX, Sweet Georgia Brown, Royal Crown, Lucky-13 Barber Supplies, Lucky Tiger, Cock Grease, Uppercut, Vaseline and Black & White.
If you do not know which product to choose, simply click on the side panel at the left for recommendations.
Especially between the 1930s and the 1950s pomades were very popular.
They are usually refined with natural ingredients, such as coconut oil, olive oil and lanolin. Pomades do not glue the hair as hair spray does. And they do not dry it, as many hair gel products do. So they provide not only the hair, but also the scalp, with moisture and hair- and skin care.
Hair creams are white, soft and remind of a handcream. They came up about the 1920s. The most famous is Brylcreem from the UK. After the second world war hair creams became also popular in western Europe. In Germany it was called "Frisiercreme", in France "creme capillaire".