Regal Gentleman

Copy of Matte Clay - Regal Gentleman

£16


Matte Clay by Regal Gentleman is designed for all hair types from thin, normal to thick hair. Our matte clay was designed to give a matte finish, add texture and a long lasting reworkable hold, with added benefits, and, made without the bad stuff to keep the hair healthy.

For normal to thick hair Matte Clay works great for adding texture and keeping the hair in place all day without being stiff and heavy. In fine or thinning hair the Regal Gentleman Matte Clay works to give a natural, matte finish and lightweight feel perfect for this hair type (just use less at first the finer your hair is).

Hold: Medium hold. Restyle throughout the day without losing hold strength. A little goes a long way!

Finish: Matte finish. Lightweight - hair won’t look or feel weighed down with product.

Benefits: No Parabens, Sulphates or synthetic dyes. Made in the UK & cruelty free.

Texture: Firm clay texture. Once rubbed into the hands is easily pliable.

Smell: Scented with our exclusive "Gentleman Biker" Fragrance. Created with a unique blend of essential oils.

Size: 75ml

INSTRUCTORS

SKILL

Master Clipper Over Comb

You like taking photos and want to learn how to properly shoot on film.

WHAT YOU GET

2.5 hours of learning

+ 13 segments

+ Film Stock Guide

+ 10% Moment discount

LEARN TO

Read the light and expose/meter properly

  • The differences between film stocks and camera types
  • How to shoot medium format and 35mm film
  • How to shoot documentary portraits
  • How to edit and color correct your film photos
  • How to shoot like Willem

What You'll Learn

Learn to master one of the most classic barbering techniques in how to Clipper oer Comb.

Introduction

Learn why film Photography is still relevant and why a modern take on a vintage format is important for understanding the craft.

Introduction

Learn why film Photography is still relevant and why a modern take on a vintage format is important for understanding the craft.

Introduction

Learn why film Photography is still relevant and why a modern take on a vintage format is important for understanding the craft.