Jack Black’s Clay Pomade has remained one of their staple products for many years now, but what’s all the fuss about? For the past few months, I have been using this product daily, to see if it can actually give me the definition and texture I desire in the hair department.

Jack Black promise with their Clay Pomade that you can build a strong long lasting hairstyle when applying this hair product and this is one of the first things I would agree with from my experience so far. I usually apply two or three small swipes into my hair each morning and with each application, I do see my hairstyle gaining in volume and structure.

Aside from this long level of hold, I particularly liked the matte shine free finish it gave my hair. Shiny and crunchy looking hair like Ross Gellar isn’t going to win you any brownie points with me and Jack Black’s Clay Pomade navigates away from this with ease. A couple of other things I love is that it is fragrance free and washes out really easily at the end of the day. On top of that gentlemen, on the few times I’ve been caught out in the rain, it has still managed to maintain its style and natural looking texture.

Jack Black have locked in a healthy moisture locking formula with their Clay Pomade and I believe it demonstrates a great level of value. You’ll get about 77g per pot and the fact you only need a little bit for short hairstyles in particular, means it will last and last. I would suggest blow drying your hair prior to application for even better results and with all Jack Black products, you know exactly what you’re going to get. A super hair styling product for men that it has quite honestly been a pleasure to review and experiment with over the past few months. Coming in at around twelve quid, well worth a punt, as I give it a solid 9/10.