Pompadour haircut was worn by many male artists in 1950. Singers such as Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra made this style a trend, while John Travolta really made the hairstyle is further promoted in the musical "Grease". The pompadour symbolizes a modern casual style that not everyone can wear. This style of haircut is now considered a part of the rockabilly culture.
Tutorial1. Rub a generous amount of pomade or wax to damp hair. The wax can help keep hair stronger ointment, if you want the pompadour style, but the ointment is generally used to mean hair style.
2. Comb the sides back your hair clean, with a settled on either side of your head so flat hair.
3. Push the front section and back comb lift it up a bit to give the wedge shape. You should get up a bit and a couple of hair should fall forward, to create the "Travolta" style.
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