Reuzel Fiber Pomade creates hours of textured definition with a firm but pliable hold and a low shine finish. This product works best on shorter, medium to thick hair and is particularly effective on medium to thicker hair types. Add Reuzel Fiber Pomade to your hair to create texture and increase volume for a bedhead, disheveled look.
Reuzel Fiber Pomade
SHINE: ●●○○○○○○○○ 2/10
HOLD: ●●●●●●●●○○ 8/10
Reuzel Fiber Pomade turns a proper porkchop into a just-out-of-bed style. It’s perfect for those times when a man wants to wear his hair a little loose but still look great.
FIRM AND PLIABLE – LOW SHINE – WATER SOLUBLE
- Best on short and thicker hair
- Aloe vera and quinoa promote elasticity
- Subtle vanilla mint fragrance
How to Use
Reuzel Fiber Pomade is the ideal product for when you want to smear it in quickly and get rolling. Dig out a knuckle’s length and emulsify it in your hands. You’ll find it works best on slightly damp hair. Work it through from scalp to tips, and then comb or fingerstyle as you please.
Reuzel. Spelled with a Z. Pronounced with a middle finger.
Like every good story, this one starts in an alley. With two men in love with barbering. Sotted in style. And drowning under the influences of rock ‘n roll, kustom culture and the working class ethic of Rotterdam.
Men on a mission
Leen and Bertus wanted to cut every man the perfect hairstyle, proper porkchop. And to provide a haven. A barbershop. A place men could trust the products and enjoy the company. Those classic styles and hot-towel shaves are still around. And the traditions that created them have kickstarted a bit of a riot.
Cut to the present day. Leen and Bertus have their name on a school, spreading the greasy gospel to people who need to perfect their craft. And they have their own line of products, too. Reuzel is here to make sure that as styles change, the attitude remains the same.
If you get it, you get it
And if you don’t, you never will. Doesn’t bother us. But for those people who are ready to sculpt a style, write a story, and be part of a legacy… Well, welcome to the family.