Cream control: modern man’s way to natural style
Hair cream of the 1920s was an oil-based gunk called brilliantine. Style-conscious men used it to slick back hair and add serious shine. It looked good, but had a serious design flaw: this stuff was so greasy it would rub off, staining clothes and furniture beyond repair. Modern hair cream is the opposite: you use it to get a natural look. A subtly powerful product, it makes dull hair look effortlessly well-groomed… without anyone figuring out your secret.