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Black and White Pluko Hair Dressing Pomade 200ml

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The English word pomade derives from French pommade, itself from Italian pomata, from pomo (" apple") and -ata, used to form related nouns. In the Early Modern Period, pomades were ointments made from various kinds of fat and used to beautify both the skin and face. Mashed apples were added to help perfume the mixture. [2] (The word was also infrequently used as a synonym for apple cider.) Modern pomades may contain fragrances but are usually not particularly fruity. Other English names for the ointment, drink, and hair treatment are pomate and pomatum from pomatum, the Medieval Latin form of the same name.

Thomas William Cowan (1908). Wax Craft, All about Beeswax: Its History, Production, Adulteration, and Commercial Value. S. Low, Marston & co., ltd. p. 148. Soldan, Stan (2017). The Pomade-Book. Munich, Germany. p.302. ISBN 978-3-9816789-2-5. {{ cite book}}: CS1 maint: location missing publisher ( link)Today's pomades fall under two main categories with some subcategories, the traditional oil-based pomade and the newer water-based and gel pomades. [12] The Chemistry of Hair Gel - www.ChemistryIsLife.com". www.chemistryislife.com . Retrieved 2020-06-17.

The water-based pomades are split between gel-based pomades (Orthodox) and water-based (Unorthodox) pomades. Gel pomades come in different degrees of hold. Firm hold pomades dry much more stiff and are better at holding a particular style. However, they are generally less malleable and can only be restyled during the day by wetting the hair. These pomades generally contain hardening agents such as polyvinyl pyrolidone or vinyl pyrolidone. [13] Some popular gel pomades include Suavecito, Wax or water based Hair Pomade - whats the difference?". Barber Surgeons Guild. 2018-11-13 . Retrieved 2020-06-17. Morgan's Pomade Company History". Archived from the original on October 30, 2017 . Retrieved January 10, 2018. Some pomade products, such as mustache wax, are marketed for a specific use, while products such as Ultra Sheen, are marketed for specific consumers. Pomade is often used with Afro-textured hair to keep it from drying out. All these products come in various textures and consistencies, and essentially achieve the same effect as either hair wax or pomade. During the Roman era, soap was used as a pomade by some European tribes. [3] In the 19th century, bear fat was usually the main pomade ingredient. [4] In 1873 UK company Morgan's Pomade was established [5] selling Hair Darkening Pomade across the world. By the early 20th century, petroleum jelly, [6] beeswax, and lard were more commonly used. [7] Early 20th century examples of pomades include Murray's Superior Pomade (originating in 1925), [8] Sweet Georgia Brown Hair Dressing Pomade (originating in 1934) [9] and Royal Crown Pomade (originating in 1936). Dixie Peach Hair Pomade was popular with teenage boys in the U.S. from World War II through the 1960s.

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Not to be confused with pomace. A tin of Royal Crown Hair Dressing Sweet Georgia Brown Hair Dressing Pomade from 1947

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