Let’s talk about why you need to add Paul Mitchell Foaming Pomade to your product stash. Everybody gets stuck in their rut. I do it, too. Especially when you find what works. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, right. Once you have your short hair monthly routine down, you have your products down, and you have your go-to styles mastered, you don’t want to rock the boat.
Trust me, I understand. But recently I’ve been branching out. I’ve tried a gang of new products to wrap my hair. You can watch them all here on the playlist on Kaye Wright on YouTube.
In line with this, I went back to a product my old stylist used to use on my hair. It’s the Paul Mitchell Foaming Pomade. I veered away from it for more commonly used foams like my beloved Nairobi. That’s just what happens over time. But, the product is a great one and I’ve revisited it and added in back into my routine in the last month or so.
In this post, I’m going to tell you why I like the product; how it works; what to look out for when you try it; where to find it and of course, where to get it for a little less than you may see it priced if you just walk straight in and grab it off the shelf. So, let’s get into it.
Why You Need to Add Paul Mitchell Foaming Pomade To Your Product Stash
WHAT IS PAUL MITCHELL FOAMING POMADE?
Paul Mitchell Foaming Pomade is a described on the company’s website as a ‘texture polish’. I honestly don’t know how to interpret that. I don’t know what they mean, however, I will explain to you how I’d describe it.
It’s a lightweight foam with a creamy consistency. It adds tons of shine and it works short relaxed hair.
HOW DO YOU USE PAUL MITCHELL FOAMING POMADE?
I use it by shaking the bottle, squeezing a small amount into the palm of my hand and applying it like any other wrapping foam.
Now, I also add this to my Nairobi wrapping foam to give it a little boost of extra shine. So, you can use the Paul Mitchell alone or you can mix it with your favorite wrapping foam. If you do decide to mix it, use a tiny amount of the Paul Mitchell.
For example, I use 1 oz of Paul Mitchell Foaming Pomade mixed into 8 oz of Nairobi Wrapp It Foam. Yeah, that much of a contrast.
If you use it alone, make sure your hair is wet. Not damp or towel dried, but dripping wet And again, use a small amount. For a pixie cut, I’d say use about a dime sized amount.
WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR WHEN USING PAUL MITCHELL FOAMING POMADE
Ok, this stuff can get hella greasy, hella fast, so use with caution.
Try to incorporate very small amounts of it first. This will allow you to gauge how well your hair responds to it. You will also be able to determine how much of the product causes your hair to be as shiny as you like before it reaches the point of grease overload.
It can also tend to be a little heavy. This means that if you have very fine, thin hair, you might not have a great outcome. So, again, start with a little and then increase the amount each time you try it. But, if you have thick, dense hair, this will probably give you more of the type of hold you’d like.
WHERE TO FIND PAUL MITCHELL FOAMING POMADE
You can get Paul Mitchell Foaming Pomade at any Paul Mitchell salon. You can also find it at hair cutting chains like Hair Cuttery, Fantastic Sam’s, Great Clips, Supercuts, etc. I have also peeped at the Walmarts that have the in-store salons.
At those spots, it will usually run you about $14.00 for 5.1 oz. I know. I know.
You can also find it at Ulta, JC Penney and some Walgreens stores. The price is the same at those places. However, if you read my post where I give you some tips on how to shop for hair products and save money, you can definitely implement those tips and catch this on sale.
You can also get it on Amazon, here’s a link Paul Mitchell Foaming Pomade, for about $12.00 for 5.1 oz. If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you will also get it with free shipping, so that’s a win. If you go to amazon and pull it up, click the size tab so you’ll see the price for the 5.1 oz. It comes in the 5.1 oz and 8.5 oz sizes, so be sure you choose the one you want.
I hope this helps you guys. Paul Mitchell Foaming Pomade is a great product. It’s one you might not notice if you’re just perusing the aisles, but it’s worth a try. It’s been something I’ve used or had used in my hair now for probably 10 years.
I think that has given me ample time to watch how this product performs and to tell you guys about it.
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