The Reuzel Blue Try Me Kit is perfect for a gift or to enhance your own grooming routine. It comes with Blue Pomade (35g), a water-soluble strong hold pomade that retains its pliability throughout the day, tames wild hair, creates a polished look and washes out easily while delivering a high hold and high shine finish. Formulated with a calming vanilla wood scent. The Surf Tonic (100ML) creates texturized, windblown styles with a messy, matte finish and a light hold, perfect for tousled looks. The Daily Shampoo cleanses and stimulates the hair for a refreshing feeling and healthy scalp. This kit is perfect to try out some new products and make sure you always look your best.
Who Is It For?
All hair types
What Does It Do?
Contains the Blue Pomade, Shampoo and Surf Tonic
Perfect for those on the go
Great as a gift or to try some new products
How Do You Use It?
Pomade: Dig out a couple of knuckles-worth and rub it between your palms. Apply this pomade to damp or dry hair, starting up top and working towards the front, liberally coating everything. Finish by combing hair into your desired shape
Surf Tonic: Work through towel-dried or dry hair. Spray the product from the middle of your hair shaft to the ends. For added texture, spray into your palms and run them through dry hair. If you want to blow dry, go right ahead
Shampoo: Put it on wet hair, lather it up and rinse it away
Reuzel started with two men in love with barbering. Sotted in style. And drowning under the influences of rock ‘n roll, custom culture and the working-class ethic of Rotterdam. Leen and Bertus wanted to cut every man the perfect hairstyle, proper porkchop. And to provide a haven. A barbershop. A place men could trust the products and enjoy the company. Those classic styles and hot-towel shaves are still around. And the traditions that created them have kickstarted a bit of a riot. Reuzel is here to make sure that as styles change, the attitude remains the same. For those people who are ready to sculpt a style, write a story, and be part of a legacy… Well, welcome to the family.