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Brylcreem Original Protein Enriched Red Pot Styling Cream Large - the original men's hair dressing pomade from 1928. Simply apply a small amount to short or medium length hair whilst it's still damp, then comb through and style your own way to achieve that timeless 'wet look'. For a classic style as inspired by footballers of yesteryear.
How to use Brylcreem Original Styling Cream:
Apply product to short or medium length hair whilst still damp. Comb through and style as desired.
Brylcreem Original Styling Cream contains:
Light Liquid Parrafin, Carbomer, Tri-ethanol Amine, Glyceryl Monostearate, Milk Protein, Propylene Glycol, Cetyl Alcohol, Perfume, Water.
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Difficult to fault this classic hairstyling product. I have been using it since my late teens upon the advise of my old school Italian barber.He informed me that to keep my good head of hair I should oil my scalp and hair. That modern shampoos and shower gels remove too much of the natural moisture from the head and this drying effect damages healthy hair. I realise this may be a matter of opinion - nevertheless it is advise that I have followed.I didnt fancy oil so he suggested Brylcream. I have not looked back since.