Cool Grease.

Last week I got a haircut at Freemans; while the cut and the experience were less than stellar, I did get introduced to a new pomade from Japan called Cool Grease.

Up until now, I’ve been using Dax Wave & Groom; while the hold is super strong, I really can’t stand the perpetual film it leaves on my hands and the total inability to wash it out (plus, Dirbab was right… it smells like old man). Cool Grease is a water-based pomade, which means that it washes off my hands and hair with great ease. I don’t think I’ll ever be going back to the petroleum stuff. It also has great sheen and smells much better than most other pomades I’ve tried. I think we have a winner.

3 Comment

  1. dirbab says: Reply

    Hahaha, so true. I’ll have to remember to pick you up a tin of something new next time I get my hair cut.

  2. Johnny says: Reply

    Try out monkey brains pomade, they have it a walgreens and it cost like $2. awesome hold and washes out easy (basically a layrite copy)

  3. andrew says: Reply

    Johnny – solid recommendation, I’ll keep an eye out for it. Cool Grease is expensive ($22 a pop) so I was hoping to find something more affordable. Thanks!

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