Video review above or here: http://youtu.be/35sFNOYXe_s

This is an updated review for The Slick Byrd, also known as Byrd Classic Pomade. You can find the old one by clicking on this sentence right here. Either way, I don't know why you would do that. Just read this updated one.

When we were first introduced to this pomade, it was a relatively brand new company with only one product. This one right here. There were in develop of a few other things such as a soap bar and a dopp bag. I still have that first rendition of theirs. Despite their young age, their unique take on pomade was very refreshing and...Californian. 

Allow me to re-introduce to you, The Slick Byrd.

Byrd 'The Slick' Classic Pomade

Presentation

The entire Byrd line of products are, without a doubt, one of the most well-designed jars. I said it before in my other reviews of their products, so I don't feel like repeating it. Their high contrast work is uncommonly mature and aesthetically crafted. Top notch.

This is the new 2.5 oz. jar. Much bigger.

Scent

The scent, in all honesty, is one of Byrd's best accolades. It is a nice clean yet light cologne that has a unique refreshing aspect to it.

Byrd 'The Slick' Classic Pomade texture

Consistency

It has a nice consistency slightly softer than that of Dax Green & Gold -- waxy but still workable. 

Application

Byrd Classic is an easy to apply product. Despite being a mediumweight and waxy pomade, it is actually pretty easy to apply to one's hair. You'll see this in the video.

Shine

The shine is very light -- almost nonexistent.

Slickness

It is around average when it comes to slickness. This is a HIGHLY versatile product, which makes it so amazing. However, at the cost of this is slickness. You'll get a few stray hairs that refused to sit. Also, it will require more effort slick down the back with this pomade.

Hold

The hold actually isn't that strong. Even though it is a waxy pomade, the product is very soft which makes it comfortable and not overpowering.

Control

The control was slightly above average. This will sure to improve with stacks and stacks of build up. However, it has a liveliness to itself that allows for styling of a clean and slick pompadour or a loose and freeform type.

Byrd 'The Slick' Classic Pomade pomp
Byrd 'The Slick' Classic Pomade shine
Byrd 'The Slick' Classic Pomade slickness
Byrd 'The Slick' Classic Pomade part
Byrd 'The Slick' Classic Pomade slickness

Endurance

Give it a few hours. You'll definitely have to restyle your hair during the day. 

Restyleability

This pomade stays very soft and malleable. No issues with that. Also, despite what I thought, this pomade did not become easier to work with during the day. Because the wax never 'settled', it remained unchanged throughout the day.

Hardness

Soft all day. Wax doesn't even settle.

Rinseability

It'll take about 2-3 days to remove.

Buildup Quality

Very waxy. Unmatched.

Byrd 'The Slick' Classic Pomade final pomp
Byrd 'The Slick' Classic Pomade final slickness
Byrd 'The Slick' Classic Pomade final part
Byrd 'The Slick' Classic Pomade final slickness

Conclusion

I would highly recommend this pomade. I still prefer Byrd Light Pomade over anything else form their line, but that's not to say this isn't a unique product. Its versatility is to be recognized and taken advantage of. 

For more information, check out the pomade here.