My Name's Just A Noose

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So after two years I decided that I’m probably parting ways with Murray’s pomade. I’ve gone through some pretty wild shit like getting hit by a car and winning the world stage dive championship and my hair stayed intact thanks to Murray’s ridiculous hold, but that shit is just too thick. it’s a pain to get into my hair and work and even harder to get out. I feel like I’ll get the US out of the Middle East before I get Murray’s out of my hair.Thinking about what I needed, I decided i wanted something with shine and a better ability to make the hair look fluid (Murray’s would sometimes make it look a little choppy). More of the “wet hair” look you get sometimes. For this I needed less wax.So I did some googling and saw that a lot of people are into Royal Crown as a midweight pomade, as well as a few cool facts about the history of the product. I new there was a place nearby that carried it so I went by and was stoked that it was cheaper than Murray’s (only by maybe 20 cents, but I’ll take it)! I realized I had apparently picked up Royal Crown hair dressing insted, but figured I would give it a try. So far it’s pretty cool, probably how I would expect a light pomade to function. I haven’t really been doing anything that would challenge the hold but I’ll make sure to keep y’all updated for anyone interested!

So after two years I decided that I’m probably parting ways with Murray’s pomade. I’ve gone through some pretty wild shit like getting hit by a car and winning the world stage dive championship and my hair stayed intact thanks to Murray’s ridiculous hold, but that shit is just too thick. it’s a pain to get into my hair and work and even harder to get out. I feel like I’ll get the US out of the Middle East before I get Murray’s out of my hair.

Thinking about what I needed, I decided i wanted something with shine and a better ability to make the hair look fluid (Murray’s would sometimes make it look a little choppy). More of the “wet hair” look you get sometimes. For this I needed less wax.

So I did some googling and saw that a lot of people are into Royal Crown as a midweight pomade, as well as a few cool facts about the history of the product. I new there was a place nearby that carried it so I went by and was stoked that it was cheaper than Murray’s (only by maybe 20 cents, but I’ll take it)! I realized I had apparently picked up Royal Crown hair dressing insted, but figured I would give it a try. So far it’s pretty cool, probably how I would expect a light pomade to function. I haven’t really been doing anything that would challenge the hold but I’ll make sure to keep y’all updated for anyone interested!

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  1. bigatrain117 reblogged this from mynamesjustanoose and added:
    good shit
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  3. youthxcrew69 reblogged this from mynamesjustanoose and added:
    I use Murray’s for when I get my hair faded and brush it out into waves (which I have’nt been doing lately because a...
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