Is Reuzel any good?

It’s an alright product. It won’t change the water-based pomade market but it has some good characteristics. The scent is very nice and the control allows for a very well made pompadour. Control and aroma are the best thing Reuzel water-based pomade has to offer.

Is Reuzel oil-based?

Pink Reuzel is an oil-based and beeswax pomade, crafted to create a hold like a brick wall. It’ll give you the power to mold and hold shape all day long. Apple fragrance with a hint of salsa.

How do you use Reuzel blue?

How To Use

  1. Apply to dry or towel-dried hair.
  2. Warm up a reasonable amount between your palms and emulsify.
  3. Apply evenly to the roots and work towards the ends.
  4. Comb into your preferred style.

How do you pronounce Reuzel?


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  2. Hyphenation: reu‧zel.
  3. Rhymes: -øːzəl.

What does Reuzel pomade smell like?

Has a warm, vanilla wood scent. Reuzel Red: Medium-hold, high shine, no-dry formula for easy rinse-out and all-day shine. Good for all hair types. Has a slight vanilla cola fragrance.

Is pomade bad for your hair?

Why Pomade is Bad For Your Hair? Pomade is not bad for your hair, per se. Only the kind and way you use pomade made it a culprit. Poorly-formulated pomades that don’t protect against dehydration and oil-based/wax-based pomades that clog hair follicles and don’t get washed out regularly are bad for your hair.

Is Dapper Dan a real product?

Dapper Dan is a very real men’s haircare brand offered in: Matt Clay for a stronghold. Matt paste for high hold and low shine. Deluxe for a medium hold.

What is Reuzel made of?

Reuzel Green: Medium shine and hold, made with beeswax and Tea Tree oil to breakdown build-up and make it easier to wash out. Best for trying different styles on normal to thick hair.

What does beard foam do?

It absorbs fast, aids control, deodorizes, and keeps your beard smelling very nice. Put a couple pumps of Reuzel Beard Foam in your palm. (More if your beard needs it.) Then smooth it through your beard and mustache, all the way down to the roots.

Where is Reuzel from?

Reuzel is the Dutch word for lard and is a wink to a past when pomades were made from animal fats and fragranced with apples. The word pomade actually comes from the french word “pomme”, meaning apple.