This is one of my personal favorites by far. For me, I have natural hair which makes it pretty easy to work with and doesn’t require too much product. Read my Woody’s Pomade Review below.
And that’s what I appreciate about Woody’s. It gives a low shine and a strong hold that does “lock” your hair into place, but does stay in that general area. Just a subtle wax like consistency. Smells very nice too!Skip the review and go check out the product and price!
My first impression of Woody’s pomade was the container and logo. It’s a see-through glass jar, you can see the color of the pomade which has a light cool green tone. I then noticed the label which say’s “Woody’s” and it has an outline of a surfer and surfboard. I assume it was named after the surfboard!
It gives you that California surfer vibe, which living in Minnesota is kind of nice.
Consistency and Application
This is a water base pomade that isn’t greasy but it does have a wax like texture. It’s easy to work in the hair, just a dime sized dab on your hand and it’s pretty manageable.
I don’t mind the wax like consistency. It does help to have your hair be just a little wet yet. Other wise I notice it is rough on you scalp and it will pull a few hairs out. So, not totally wet, just a touch wet works the best for Woody’s.
It does say you can put in wet or dry on the container.
How is the Hold
For starters I blended this with just a dab of water to make it work easier. From there I worked it through my entire head of hair. I took my pomade comb and started to sculpt my style for the day. To the side for work!
The overall hold is nice, it doesn’t feel greasy or stiff like a gel. Woody’s pomade is great, just a little really goes a long way.
I had to re-comb/tighten it back up after a few hours, I did end up using another dab to get it back together. So I think the hold is Ok but not strong enough for a whole day. On the up side, it doesn’t leave you with that wet head look. I think it’s an even trade-off.
From the Woody company, they said TONS of shine but its water subtle. I think they are trying to push that it shines for a water base. Which at first it does, but it’s a low one.
Others have said it’s an excellent shine. Everyone’s hair is different and some do have natural shine, it’s hard to say. But my shine, was low using this product.
I would say this is a pretty decent quality pomade, and for the price it feels like a higher end salon style product.
The actual smell is like the Baxter of California stuff, it has a citrus tree scent. But it is a bit on the dull side.
However it doesn’t smell terrible like a musky old spice, I don’t mind the citrus smell.
Woody’s Pomade Review Conclusion
This is a super cool water based pomade. Just look at the container and tell me you don’t want to go sit by the beach and take in the sun and waves.
It’s an easy to work with pomade, a bit sticky but with a dab of water it will work its way into your hair nicely. It gives off a nice citrus smell that isn’t overwhelming to your surrounding friends and co-workers.
A modern pomade for a great hold with tons of flexibility. Not just for males as it states on the container, I know lots of females that use this
Woody's Pomade Review
Woody’s water based pomade is a great nicely priced product. It has a great smell of citrus. The hold is good and it will stay in place for hours. The shine is low to medium depending on your hair.