Use Slickfish to create a classic quiff or side parting with subtle shine and gloss. It’s great for controlling flyaways and fluffy hair.
Anise XXL: is the fragrance of the experimental one. Inspired by the thrill of new experiences, this fragrance blends the excitement of newness with dreamlike elements such as Anise, Lavender, Vetiver, Vanilla and Musk that celebrate power.
A truly magnetic scent, it embodies masculine strength.
HOW TO APPLY
Work a pea sized amount between palms.
Distribute evenly throughout dry or towel dried hair.
Style as desired. Apply on towel-dried hair for best results.
Bring a retro look bang up to date with our Vintage Fish style featuring a serious wet-look effect. Apply our Superfish Slickfish Gel to damp hair and comb into place then leave to dry. Want more hold or more shine? Simply add more gel!
He was called The King for a reason with music and hair equally as iconic as each other. If you fancy stepping back to the '50s for a retro Elvis-inspired look then this style is for you. Grab some Superfish Fishglue Gel and run a small amount through damp hair until evenly distributed. After that, blow-dry the top of your hair up and away from your face to create some serious height - remember, the higher it goes the prouder Elvis would be of you. Once dry, get a pea-sized amount of Original Fishshape Cream and run through the lengths to give the ultimate '50s look. After that you won't be looking nothing like a hound-dog.
PUSH BACK FISH
Fish fellas with disconnected undercuts, this is a winning style for you that has some serious hold. Work some Superfish Fishglue Gel into damp hair and then dry your hair up and away from your face, using a brush or comb to smooth it out. If you want some extra height, lift hair at the roots every now and then. Once you've got that volume you'll want to ramp up the matt effect and get some serious dishevelled texture into your 'do. Grab our Superfish Fishpaste Putty and warm it up in your hands, then smooth it through to finish off the look.
Great for guys with shorter hair, Forward Fringe is a quick way to get some texture into your 'do. Blow dry your hair flat and towards your face then once dry finish with Superfish Fishpaste Putty, smoothing it through your hair and ending by separating the front. Now, how easy was that?