How to Use Pomade on Women’s Short Hair

How to Use Pomade on Women’s Short Hair

If you have short hair and are looking to add some serious style, it’s important to keep in mind that short hair is harder to work with than longer hair. There’s no point in trying to create a mullet or cornrow that looks sloppy if you don’t know how to use pomade on women’s short hair. So let me show you how easy it is!

Decide what style you want to create.

Before you start, decide what you want your look to be. If you’re not sure, ask a friend for advice. They can help you figure out what style will fit best in your face and hair type.

If the style doesn’t work out as planned, don’t worry about it—everyone messes up! You can always try again later on when things look better or if something else catches your eye that inspires another idea for your hair (or even just for fun).

Decide which type of pomade to use.

  • Decide which type of pomade to use.

Pomades are a great way to add some style and hold without making your hair look greasy or heavy. But if you’re new to using pomades, there’s more than one type to choose from. Some types work better for short hair than others, so it’s important that you find one that will work best with your natural texture and style needs! If you have curly or wavy hair or are looking for something that can hold up during an active day at school/workday (or even just on lunch break), then one of our favorite kinds would be cream gel—it gives great texture without weighing down too much while still maintaining shine throughout the day!

Heat up the pomade in your hands.

Heat up the pomade in your hands. If you don’t want to use your hands, you can use a blow dryer or comb to apply the pomade to your hair.

Once it’s warm, apply the pomade evenly over your head and comb through with a brush or comb (or even fingers).

Apply the pomade to dry hair.

  • Apply the pomade to dry hair
  • Rub it into your hands and then apply it to your hair
  • Use a comb or brush to style your hair

Style your hair with a comb or brush.

  • Use a comb or brush to style your hair.
  • Comb through your hair with the pomade, working from front to back and top to bottom, until all of it is smooth and styled in place (you can also use your fingers). If you don’t have a comb or brush, simply work with your fingers instead! Just be gentle with how much pressure you apply so as not to damage the ends of your locks—and remember: less is more when it comes to styling short hairstyles like this one!

Use hairspray if needed.

If you’re looking for a way to keep your style in place throughout the day, using hairspray is one of the best ways. Hairspray can help create a more textured look that lasts all day long and helps hold your style in place.

If you think it would be nice if your hair looked like it was styled by someone else but don’t want to go through the trouble of getting their salon appointment or paying them extra money (or both), try applying some light mist of hairspray on dry hair before going out for dinner at night!

Follow these steps and you’ll be ready to rock your new hairstyle!

  • Use a comb or brush to style your hair. Pomade can add texture, but it’s not meant to create volume in itself. To achieve this look, you’ll need to use hairspray on top of the pomade so that it holds everything in place while still looking natural.
  • If you want more hold than what comes out of the tube (or if you’re looking for more definition), choose a pomade with a stronger hold instead—it’ll help keep those curls tight throughout the day!


At the end of the day, the Pomade for Women’s Short Hair is just a tool that can help you achieve your desired hairstyle. There are many other products out there that may work better for you depending on your hair type and personal preference, but we hope this article has given you some ideas about how it can be used effectively!