Perfect Putty

Founded by Cutler Brooklyn’s Tyson Kennedy—the hairdresser who doesn’t look like a hairdresser, maybe due to his other life as a rock musician—the Fatboy styling line started with this creamy homemade putty that he created for his own hair. A casual, effortless look comes easily, with equally nonchalant packaging. Fatboy has recently added a shampoo and conditioner set to their roster, too.

Shine Pomade

In the same way they brought a thoughtful refresh to the barbershop concept, the folks at Rudy’s have done the same for hair products. Of their three pomades (which include a Clay and Matte option), we’ve been taken with the Shine finish. The medium hold provides enough support but the gentle formula washes out easily. This made-in-the-USA grooming item also handles all hair types and …

Murray’s Original Pomade

The pomade of choice for music legend DJ Harvey when he’s going for a “Jewish gangster” hairstyle, Murray’s Original Pomade was developed in 1926 by Chicago barber C.D. Murray, who wanted to make a high-quality but inexpensive wax-like grooming aid.