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How to Style a Loose Pomp Using Layrite Natural Matte

November 30, 2016 

 

 

Primer

To achieve this loose textured quaff, start by working in Layrite Grooming Spray and half a dab of Layrite Natural Matte Cream. Blow-dry with your fingers for directional volume and a tousled separation. Start to pull hair into desired shape, and once dry, let cool.

Base Coat

Once hair is thoroughly cool and dry, gently work a dab and a half of Layrite Natural Matte Cream in-between your hands to get an even distribution of product from roots to ends. Remember to start lightly, but add Natural Matte Shaping Cream where needed to further support and develop your style.

 

Engineering

Layrite’s Natural Matte Shaping Cream was innovated to support carefree loose styles, so think less combed, and more finger tousled. In saying that, even loose styles look best when they reflect a tighter style, so loosely form your hair to resemble your favorite barbershop style.

 

Top Coat

Look for any dry patches or areas that need further support, and scrunch a light top layer of Natural Matte Shaping Cream to give longevity to this (un)controlled hairdo.

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Topics: Natural Matte

How to Style a D.A With Layrite Cement

November 30, 2016 

Primer 

The Ducktail or D.A. is a legendary classic gentleman’s hairstyle that takes a serious haircut and styling concerns. Prep this style by lightly pumping in Layrite Grooming Spray. Blow-dry with a vent brush from an upward motion in the sides to straight down in the center back.

Primer 

The Ducktail or D.A. is a legendary classic gentleman’s hairstyle that takes a serious haircut and styling concerns. Prep this style by lightly pumping in Layrite Grooming Spray. Blow-dry with a vent brush from an upward motion in the sides to straight down in the center back.

 

Base Coat

Once hair is completely dry, fracture out two dabs of Layrite Cement Clay and warm up by emulsifying in between hands until a smooth slip is felt. Evenly apply from roots to ends with your fingertips. Hair should be controlled yet still pliable.

 

Engineering

Combing the Ducktail should be a breeze if the Primer and Base Coat steps are accurately achieved. Whether working from a side part or straight back, comb the side areas straight back, maintaining height at the fender area. Combing straight past the ears, start to “V” into the center back by veering the comb from straight back to descend towards the center. Define the D.A. by lightly dragging the tip of your comb directly down the center from the crown to the nape.

 

Top Coat

Once you get the definition balanced, lock it in for the day with a final mist of Layrite Grooming Spray.

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Topics: Layrite Cement

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