The concept of a Modern Pomp involves sweeping hair upwards from the face and worn high over the forehead. This is a typical men’s hairstyle from the 1950s and early 1960s, which was worn by celebrities such as Elvis Presley and James Dean. The pomp has recently made a comeback, and is now a popular style for the guy who wants to look just as sharp as those vintage trendsetters.
How to Cut a Modern Pompadour Video Tutorial
Watch as Uppercut Deluxe Barber Ambassador Tommy J shows you how to cut and style a Classic Pomp using Uppercut Deluxe Pomade. Our Pomade makes styles like the Pompadour easy to create and shape – its unique formulation gives the definition and control that this classic style needs.In this step-by-step video, you’ll be able to learn the tricks of the trade to create a great, Classic Pomp.
Why Choose Uppercut Pomade
The Uppercut Deluxe Pomade is the perfect choice for creating a suave Pomp, due to its ability to control and provide definition. A lightweight Pomade, this product will hold a Pomp in place without seeming greasy or weighing the hair down. Plus, it’s water-soluble so it’s easy to wash out.
What you will need
- Uppercut Deluxe Pomade - Rub a small amount of Pomade between your hands and then work it through hair, building the amount as necessary.
- Quiff Roller - Create height with a Pomp by using a Quiff Roller in from root to tip in a vertical motion.
- Comb - Use the comb to form the general shape of the hairstyle prior to cutting.
- A hair dryer - Ensure your hair is dry enough to stay in place by giving it a quick blast with a hairdryer before styling.
- Barber’s scissors: Always have sharp barber’s scissors that suit your cutting style.
- Barber’s clippers: Tidy loose hairs around the sides and neckline with small clippers.
Uppercut Deluxe was made for barbers, by barbers, so we know what you need. All of our waxes have been specially formulated to provide barbers with the best styling products on the market. If you’re considering Uppercut Deluxe for your barbershop, please contact us here.