Guys… learn how to Pomp it up!

Hey boys, are you serious about looking good? Follow these tips from our very own Tony The Barber, and Jimmy at Layrite USA, and start channeling some serious celebrity cool!Tony The Barber

The Ultra, High and Tight Pomp, the Slickback, Full Back Pomp, the Johnson Boogie and the Hawleywoods Puff… these are just some of the more popular men’s hairstyles that veteran barber Tony Tavner-Corner (aka The Quiffmaster) creates for modern guys who love the classics.

Before styling with Tony

Before styling with Tony

Tony specializes in 50s and 60s styles, creating an ‘old school look’ that is so popular with fashionable guys at the moment. Check out the locks on David Beckham, Leonardo Di Caprio, Adam Levine…

“I started cutting hair in the UK 45 years ago”, said Tony. “I came out to Australia in 1982, working in Melbourne where I had two shops before moving to Queensland. My shop in Brisbane was bought by my apprentice after he became fully qualified, and now I travel to vintage and nostalgia events around the country spreading style!”

Looking slick... after styling with Tony

Slick…. after styling with Tony

“My number one tip to creating the hair style you want is to use the right product. I can’t go past Layrite Pomade. It goes in like a wax but washes out like a gel, it’s fantastic to work with, and is a specialty product made in the US by the world famous LA barber Hawleywoods.”

“You can also come and see me for the right cut and some styling tips at one of the many events I travel to, including the Love Vintage Shows in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. The guys at Layrite have also created a series of You Tube videos so you can recreate the look at home.”

To purchase Layrite Deluxe Pomade, contact Tony at or catch him at the Love Vintage Shows.




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