The brothers at London’s famous The Daimon Barber (TDB) first earned their name with the introduction of the No.1 Hair Pomade. After cutting through all the hype, is it really as good as you may have heard? Let’s find out.
TDB No.1 has one of the best packaging designs we have had the pleasure of laying eyes on. The brand name is given a typography treatment on a powdery yellow label that is then affixed to a rose-tinted glass jar. It looks tasteful and is evocative of the quality contained within.
The pomade scent is a subtle floral fragrance with a hint of tartness, which is refreshing when compared to the cloying smells of some mainstream pomades. Application is a breeze – the pink goop offers plenty of control while styling, and the formula ensures that it does not dry out to a crisp. It also washes off easily with water, while the raspberry silicon ensures that your hair feels smooth and silky afterwards. With the TDB No.1 pomade, you will be getting a medium hold that is restylable as it does not harden up unlike orthodox water-based pomades.
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