If one part of the hair doesn't wave into a black men's hair wave style, try making sure that the hair pomade is distributed evenly to that area and make sure that the area is brushed in the correct direction.
Men constantly brush their hair to create waves, but they should only brush it about three times a day after putting pomade in it and letting a warm towel soften the pomade and soften their hair.
While most short styles won't require a smoothing serum, glossing gel or tress repair, you will need a wax or pomade to finish your style while imparting a small amount of shine and hold.
Always take a few seconds to add a bit of styling paste, pomade or a lightweight gel to your bangs to add separation, hold and a bit of shine.
Smooth the ends for a sleek, polished look, or use a texturizing pomade to create lots of piecy texture that will give your hair an edgy feel.
Pushing layers forward with a pomade creates a vintage style, whereas slicked back tresses elude cool when paired with tapered sides.
Use a little gel or pomade while the hair is damp to enhance the curls and control frizz in this hair-do and you are on your way.
If you're not wearing a wig and your hair is short, try to style your hair so that pieces flip out with styling pomade or wax.
Your stylist can chop in varied chunks of layers that can be worn forward and tousled, or spiked up and defined with pomade.
This fatty substance is at first semifluid and yellow, but afterwards acquires the consistency of pomade and becomes darker.