I LOVED this video!!! Question for you: When you do this pomp, do you usually leave the rest of your hair up or down? I find that when my hair is dirty enough to do a pomp, so is the rest of my hair, so leaving it just loose looks frightening on me. haha
thanks for that, im going to try it out soon! it looks really good on you
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great look, I wish that I had long enough hair to try it out!!
thanks! I tried this out of curiousity and boredom and no... it does not work well with clean hair. I went back and redid it with some pomade in my hair and it worked alot better. Still need some practice, but I think it will be pretty easy next time.
I have never had an issue doing it with clean hair, I do it all the time. Though I fully agree for more intricate dos, greasier hair makes it MUCH easier.I have also found that you can do a pomp with a "twist and shove" rather than the teasing and back-combing. You twist the hair several inches back from the end of the pomp and then shove it forward for height.