Let yourself be carried away by Low End Lou as he does what the devil told him to: Wild rock'n'roll sound like there's no tomorrow. His fingers run over the strings and his blood beats to the rhythm of the music. His skill with the low notes is legendary and makes the sound of the feathered band "The Greaseheads" purgatorial. Hell ya!
First class 50s styling with the Schmiere strong hold.
This Schmiere gives a strong hold and presents itself in a tasty cappucino color. The most important ingredient is a swinging boom-boom in 4/4 time and thus forms the necessary pinch of rock'n'roll, which is responsible for the sweet scent of tobacco. This fragrance will take you straight to one of your favorite bars, where loud rockabilly music and neat quiffs are the daily agenda. Of course, this variety is also "Made in Germany". It shows up in a completely printed tin can, which is designed with devotion to detail and filled with 140 ml. Friends of the art of greasing and rocking, face the inevitable and acquire this masterpiece of a perfect symbiosis!
The details of the Schmiere pomade "Low End Lou":
- Strong hold
- Color: brown
- Scent: sweet tobacco
- Content: 140 ml
- Comic leaflet "How to use Schmiere" included
- Made in Germany
- Ingredients: Petrolatum, Cera Microcristallina, Stearic Acid, Synthetic Wax, Polysorbate 20, Peg-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Parfum, Ethoxydiglycol, Trideceth-9, Coumarin, Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone, Benzyl Benzoate, Linalool, Limonene, Ci 77492, Ci77491, Ci 77499
Schmiere of Rumble59 offers a wide range of pomades that provide the perfect styling - not only for classic 50s hairstyles
! Freely according to the motto: For greasy guys and sophisticated woman... because grease holds!
Tips und Tricks:
The "Schmiere - Pomade hard" is ideally suited to shape even unruly or thick hair to a perfect quiff. Once applied to the hair, it will last the whole day without drying out and ensures that the hair sits and still remains flexible. Beginners will probably find it hard to spread the pomade over their hair. With firm pomades, beginners are quickly frustrated because the tough mass sticks to the fingers like paste. It is also difficult to spread in the hair. Tip: Warm up solid pomade with a hair dryer. For styling take one finger full of pomade (for thin hair) or two fingers full (for thick, wavy hair) and spread the pomade on the palms of your hands. In the beginning: Less is more! You can still re-grease. Now you stroke over the hair with your hands or run your fingers through the hair. Finally, when the pomade becomes firmer again, comb the hair into the desired shape.