There's no doubt: nothing symbolizes the true Rockabilly sound as much as the following three letters: SUN. Memphis' great record company and recording studio were responsible for discovering talents like Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and many others. That's why you should keep your hair smooth with this pomade and raise your pick of fate in memory of Sam Phillips and his slogan: We record anything-anywhere-anytime
Excellent 50's styling with the medium Schmiere SUN.
The Special Edition "SUN Records" by Schmiere provides medium hold, is milky yellow in color and smells wonderfully of manderine - just like a fresh cocktail on hot summer days. The 140 ml tin can is printed with a detailed signpainter design on a yellow background. Like all our Schmiere products, this pomade is made in Germany also. Though the fruity pomade doesn't surprise you with a "hidden track", but with a hidden gimmick: A black Dunlop plectrum with a golden print awaits you at the bottom of the can. Lovers of the art of greasing and rocking, face the inevitable and get this masterpiece!
The details of the Schmiere Pomade "Special Edition SUN Rec:
- Medium hold
- Color: yellow
- Scent: mandarine
- Content: 140 ml
- Hidden gimmick: pic at the bottom of the tin can
- Made in Germany
- Composition: Petrolatum, Cera Microcristallina, Stearic Acid, Ethoxydiglycol, Polysorbate 20, PEG 40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Trideceth-9, Parfum, Isopropyl Myristate, Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil, CI 40800
- Also available in the special editions:
The King und
The Man in Black!
Schmiere from Rumble59 offers a large selection of pomades. Each one is thoughtfully designed and crafted for a perfect styling - and not only for classic 50s hairstyles! True to the motto: For greasy guys and woman ...because Schmiere lasts.
Tips und Tricks:
The "Schmiere - Pomade rock-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 stays in place while remaining 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 the hair with your hands or run your fingers trough the hair. Finally, when the pomade becomes firmer again, comb the hair into the desired shape.