Matte Clay

Rated 4.6 out of 5
34 Reviews
Regular price $18.00 Sale price $12.60
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Flexible HoldLow ShineReworkableCreates Texture

LAST CHANCE: MATTE CLAY HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED, GET IT WHILE YOU CAN

But for you diehards out there, don't worry, we've got a new Clay launching in January 2021.

The Clay grips and effortlessly shapes just about any style with a dry finish.

Matte Clay is best used to create shorter, textured looks where control is required.

Being a wax based product, Matte Clay is completely reworkable and won’t come out with water, which makes it perfect for active guys. Though when you want it gone, Uppercut Deluxe Degreaser will make sure all residue is removed.

Hold: Strong but reworkable

Finish: Low shine

Style Guide: Perfect for controlling textured styles

Hair Type: Ideal for difficult to control hair of any length

Fragrance: Mild Mint

Size: 60g

Base: Oil Based

Apply to dry hair that has been washed beforehand with EverydayShampoo andConditioner. Start by working a small amount of product into dry palms and make sure to spread evenly across both hands. Apply a small amount to the fringe area using fingertips then work from the back of your head forwards making sure to spread product evenly throughout your hair.

Shape your hair to the desired look using your fingers or an Uppercut Deluxe comb from our Accessories Range to give the shape you want for your style.

To remove, we recommend a full wash cycle with Uppercut DeluxeDegreaser, followed with EverydayShampoo.

Different guys have different styles. Not everyone wants a super groomed and slick style. Some guys want rough, textured, messy looking styles. Some guys want both. But not at the same time.

Following from Deluxe Pomade and Featherweight, Matte Clay was a very natural fit to the Uppercut Deluxe family – once again breaking rules and norms across conventional hair products.

The founders of Uppercut Deluxe realized quickly that short messy styles had become the new modern classic – old school barbers were losing out to the mainstream that could give those guys what they wanted.

This product became a way of giving something back to the barber – a way of modernizing this classic trade and broadening what was possible.