Are you tired of buying overpriced hair jelly to keep your pomp in line? Why not make your own!

Step 1: Measure .6 Oz of Pure Beeswax

Use a digital scale and tare the scale with the cup on it.

Step 2: Create Makeshift Double Boiler

Using a small hot plate metal bowl and a small sauce pan, pour an inch of water in and let it come to a boil.

Step 3: Pour Ingredients In

Pour in the ingredients .6 oz of natural beeswax 4 teaspoons of coconut oil 4 drops of essential oil (I chose vanilla)

Step 4: Mix Until Mixture Reaches Clear Consistency

Use a plastic or metal spoon to mix the hair pomade.

Step 5: Pour Mixture Into Small Tin

You can find these great little tins on amazon.com
How do you get it to be so white? I've tried and cannot get it that white
<p>can i use yellow beeswax pellets or does it have to bewhite beesawx ? </p>
<p>is this supposed to be a hard texture?</p>
And is there a way to change the colour with food colouring of some sorts without it ruining the texture???
Does this pomade hold stuff like Maury's or soft like a water based pomade???
Cool, what sort of effect does it have on hair? I've always suspected pomade might have helpful effects on my mane...
Nice! A pad print machine would be perfect for creating the label / design on the tin / packaging and really make it look professional. <br><br>http://www.printa.com/catalog/pad-printing-equipment/pad-printing-system-packages

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