Promo Code For Hairgum USA!

Alright folks! I got some good news and I got some bad news…

The bad news is, I haven’t made the how-to video yet… I know, I know… But for now, you all get part 2 of the blooper reel!


The video has been made!

After many fuckin’ takes, edits, and fuck ups, it’s here… Sorry Nick, I’m not using the original version. Why? You know why… Were you proud of it??? I didn’t think so. Can’t publish something you aren’t proud of, right? But if you folks want to see it, I’ll post it up.


I’m tired. Been awake since 6am, my beauty has been butchered by bugs from the yard, I have a gnarly headache, and all I want right now is some coffee and some good ol’ rockabilly tunes. If it doesn’t please you folks, I promise to make another one… In a year. Fuck this shit! So folks, here it is… Here’s the vid!

And now…


All you folks gotta do is head over to Hairgum USA and place your order!

Get all that greasy goodness, type in REBELROUSER, get a whopping 30% off and you’ll get all of that greasy goodness coming to your doorstep in no time!
So click the pic to head over to their online store and place your order!

The promo-code will be up and running, up until July 4th! Just in time to keep you cats lookin’ slick, while pounding some PBR on the 4th!

So let’s all give a big thanks to Matthieu at Hairgum USA!

33 responses to “Promo Code For Hairgum USA!

  1. Hello Jan. Thats quite a nice video. Quite good and helpful. I usually do my pomp in a different way. Havent tried with a part, like you do, and more to the side. i do mine more, up, almost from side to side. heres a pic, and i apologize for the lo def. i will try to get the other photos from my better cam later. anyways , this was using a nice amount of Royal Crown, a bit before it gets greasy.

    Keep it up.


    • Hey John,

      Thanks for the kind words. I was out of it, tired, and didn’t really care too much to do my hair, so it wasn’t my “best.” But I just wanted to get the basic understanding out there, as most people don’t understand that they have to work with how their hair is.
      Obviously, you know how your hair works, and you’ve got it goin’ just the way you like it. Some peoples hair won’t work with a part! Unfortunately, mine will only work with a part. Luckily for you, you seem to not need the part in your hair! Plus, you can use lighter pomades, where as someone like me, needs pomade with stronger hold, to style up our hair.

      – Jan

  2. Damnit! I might just have to go into some credit card debt for this one. Decisions, decisions…

    Been really eager o try this pomade.

    • Don’t need to rush yourself, Vergil!

      Ya got until the 4th of July! Just hope that Hairgum doesn’t run low on stock!

      This isn’t gonna a pomade you’re just gonna try out. It’ll be one that traps you and gets you hooked! Trust me. I fuckin’ LOVE this stuff, and if it weren’t for them sending me that big ass tin, I was gonna have my cousin who was in London, pick some up for me!

      – Jan

  3. Great tutorial.

    I have to say, however, that I seem unable to keep my pomp forward and bulbous. It seems to want to go back and flat. Any suggestions for that?

    • Thanks Ivan.

      What I do is apply some heavier pomade onto a comb, then comb the pomp and whatever else that I feel would move around. It keeps it in place, nicely shaped, and firm. But not too much, as it was just a tad of pomade that was combed in, so it’s still nice and light.

      I plan on doing a more “personal,” in-depth how-to video later on. With some tips and tricks!

      – Jan

  4. Excellent. I will try that. Thus far, when I get it going forward it just looks like the prow of a yacht (the angle, and flatness, not the pointy-ness). Not the look I am going for. 🙂

    • I plan on doing a few more extensive how-to videos.

      Of course, I’m not a hairstylist, so I can’t do the whole blowdrying method, which helps with getting hair foreward. But we aren’t about that kind of stylizing!

  5. Caterpillarnut

    Sweet! Though petroleum pomades seem to make my hair curl bad. Which sucks because I really want to make petroleum work. Layrite is awesome, but a dollar a day for my hair is a bit nuts. I’m just about to buy a barbershop tub. I’ve tried Dax Wave and groom on your suggestion, and it curls up by the second day. Softer stuff makes it worse. Way worse. Ive tried mixing in small amounts of 30 wt motor oil, that made my hair curl bad. Royal Crown did too. Almost tempted to try a wax, but I might not have any hair after I run my comb through the first time. I may grab a 1.3 ounce can of Mr. Ducktails, try it for a few days, and if I like it, GO BIG. If not, I get a badass travel-size pomade can. Win-win right?

    I will say this; Dax can do some awesome stuff when it’s freshly applied, even more so than Murray’s. It’s just that damn curling…

    • Damn, how curly is your hair?

      Dax usually straightens my hair out a good amount.

      Good plan on the tin! That’s what I intend on doing with mine.

      – Jan

      • Caterpillarnut

        Not Jewfro curly. When it’s totally dry, it’s somewhat wavy with no 360 degree curls. When I grease it, it straightens out well. Let it stay in for a day or two and nothing will stay straight.

      • That’s some wild curly hair them! But hey, at least you know you have strong, healthy hair! Can’t exactly complain about that!

  6. Victor Nystad

    Excellent tutorial! It looks like your hair is quite thick. Mine isn’t so I can’t get it quite as high, but combing it with a part helps get more volume, maybe that would work for Ivan as well.

    • Thanks for the kind words Victor!

      My hair IS pretty thick. So the only way to get my hair to work right, is to do a sidepart. I used to try and go without it, and it just never worked out. Plus, in the day, everyone had a part, so why not?

  7. The part does help. I part on the right, so you can’t exactly tell from my profile pic (Wrong damned side, but I promise its clean!)

    I would say our hair is probably pretty similar, as my family tree has roots near you.

    • Victor Nystad

      I’ve given up on the rockabilly pomp to be honest, I just don’t have the hair for it. I’ve started doing my hair in the more classic 1930s – 40s short back and sides style instead. I recommend watching Public Enemies for inspiration, there are some very stylish hairdos in there. Whereabout does your family come from btw?

      • Victor,

        Public Enemies does has some good hair! If you’re looking for another older hairstyle, check out Sherlock Holmes, with Robert Downey Jr. & Jude Law. I actually enjoy that movie, and the villian in the movie has a pretty cool hairstyle. Worth checking out, I think!

        And if you’re asking me (family wise) I’m Filipino, and my parents are both from the North end and South end of the Philippines. But I have the thicker, Spanish-esque hair. Of course, I do have some Spanish in my blood, but it’s been diluted over the years!

  8. Congrats on the code. Made me pick up some Mr. Ducktail. Can’t wait to try it out.

    • Awesome Hugo!

      I’m sure you’re gonna dig it!

      – Jan

      • Came in yesterday while I was at work. Once I got home, I washed the Schmiere Hart out and put on some Mr. Ducktail. I gotta say, its one amazing product. So far, best pomade my hair has had. Only bad thing is that the tin is so damn small!
        I’m not trippin though, I’ll just buy that big one before July 4th.

        Thanks again for the highly recommending this.

      • Hugo,

        Glad you dig it man! I greased up my buddy Derek with this stuff, and he’s all about it now. The scent will get ya!

        – Jan

  9. Dude, you’re like the rockabilly Bob Ross.

  10. Seriously though, I have a hard time making it rounded or bulbous instead of boxy or whatever. Don’t know if it’s some kind of combination of my hair type and the pomade I use, or the way I comb up the front, or whatever, but it seems like it wants to go up in a straight line and then make like a 90-degree corner rather than a subtle bend.

    • I’ve had that problem too, especially when I was starting out. It takes some practice, and figuring out the way your hair sways. My hair sways a certain way and I’ve learned to accept it and use it to my advantage.

      It’s mainly just how to you style your hair, that makes a difference. Some people comb really coarsely, making their hair form at angles, instead of flowy. Just gotta find the medium.

      • Jesse Jack

        Right on, good video too. I just went and combed up the mop from scratch after watching the video and it came out looking good in about 5 minutes or so, compared to the usual fucking-around marathon I do. Don’t know what it was I did different or if the Jan Hella magic just rubbed off on me but good work either way.

      • I got the touch! (Transformers The Movie [cartoon] reference)

  11. Awesome vids man. I just ordered the big tin of Mr. Ducktail’s pomade, I usually use Dax Wave and Groom, and I’m hoping this stuff isn’t as harsh! Thanks for the add on FB too, btw!

    • Hey Luke,

      Thanks for the kind words! I appreciate it!

      I just used Dax W&G w/ some or Mr. Ducktail’s pomade! This stuff is A LOT softer on the hair, than Dax. So you’re good to go!

      – Jan

  12. Wow Thanks !!!!! Looks amazing and appreciated the tips. Ordered a tin of Mr. Ducktail’s Pomade and looking forward to giving it a try. Appreciate the promo code.

  13. Good stuff with the video champ and congrats on the promo code!
    Now if only hairgum shipped overseas I’d definitely pick up some of Mr Ducktail’s gear.

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s