Seppos Pomade – Super Grip
This is how it all started…
“After 20 years of trying other brands of grease and hair pomades that didn’t work, I wanted to make my own that works the way I want it to work. I don’t want my hair to feel hard like gel, I want the flexibility of a grease but the power of a pomade and I wanted to be able to wash it out. So, I made an extra strong holding pomade that keeps my hair slicked back all day when wrenching.”
Strong hold, long lasting and a functional pomade that applies easily giving you all day hold. Washes out with no effort, using nothing but water. Apply to dry hair for super grip.
- satin finish
- water soluble
- strong hold
- fresh scent
- net wt. 4oz
The pomade under test is the one from the folks in British Columbia at Seppo’s Automotive. Yes, you are reading that right. These guys are mechanics and greasers. They had the novel idea of just making their own darn pomade and aftershave. Why not, right? From my perspective, this drive and desire to contribute something different and interesting to men’s grooming products is totally welcomed. We can also appreciate that vintage automobile enthusiasts are probably also quite interested in the rockabilly life style and hair style and in that light this venture makes perfect sense.
The packaging of these products is totally fun and perfectly in line with retro automotive care product packaging. Think: Greaser and 1950’s car memorabilia. For my taste, it is bang on!
With so many pomades coming to us from the States, it is awesome to have a Canadian made option. So let’s get into it. The pomade has a light green hue and renders a lemon-lime fragrance.
Here is the rating on a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 is a perfect score and/or level of shine:
Feel in hair: 5++
Facility to wash out: 5
Overall, this is a very interesting and down to earth Canadian pomade. For anyone into; cars, 1950’s memorabilia, rockabilly life style or who simply wants decent hair goo, the Seppo’s Pomade will give you satisfaction.
Full review on https://style4men.ca/posts/
I cannot keep this on the shelf in my Barbershop, we sell atleast a dozen a week!