Guys have their own kikay kits, too. They may not have all the technical stuff, but they sure know how to keep themselves looking like a real gentleman.
There was a time when gel and wax were the biggest things each guy had in their grooming kits, but now pomade is stepping into the spotlight. It can be grease, wax or water-based; but either way, it gives a sleeker look to any hairstyle. The difference between pomade and other styling products is that it doesn’t harden or dry out the hair. It gives just the right hold and shine for any kind of hairstyle.
The Young Gents’ Padrino Pomade was started by 5 young gentleman who wanted to start a small business. After some talks within the group, they came to the conclusion to make pomades as their business. One of them was inspired by the movie “The Godfather” where men’s hairstyles were very sleek and hence the name Padrino, which is Italian for ‘Godfather’.
There are different scents for Padrino Pomade and we got the chance to talk to the owners who boast of having all of their products handmade and carefully controlled for the best quality.
We visited our favorite hairstylist Bryan Cruz and asked him to try out Padrino Pomade.
Compared to most pomades in the market, Padrino is very easy to use and manipulate. It is easy to work with, too, so there are many different hairstyles that you can do, including a whiff or a pompadour.
You can also use the pomade to give you a sleek finish for your man bun.
Aside from Padrino, the Young Gents also have a line of leather bags, pouches, accessories and will be followed by a clothing line that is also under the brand. Their vision is to boost the confidence of Filipino men and to keep in mind that being a gentleman never goes of out fashion.
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