Triumph & Disaster gets the double whammy in GQ's list of best men's hair products with both Coltrane Clay and Fibre Royale making it in.
On Fibre Royale, GQ writes 'This natural product from the male-maintenance brand founded by former New Zealand cricketer Dion Nash gives strength and a firm hold without increasing the hair’s volume – a bespoke blend of beeswax, hydrating argan oil to nourish and anti-inflammatory kawakawa oil (a tree that is local to New Zealand), which helps to treat the scalp. A water-based solution which allows the pores in your skin to breathe, it is better suited to medium to long hairstyles and for those who have trouble taming thicker locks. Offering a strong hold and boosting natural shine, it is easily applied by working through dry or damp hair (depending on the definition you are looking for) and then moulded into shape. It also features a signature fragrance (Santa Monica) blended from Ho wood bark, pine needle extracts and cold-pressed orange rind'
On Coltrane Clay, GQ writes 'White clay, beeswax, Brazil wax and pracaxi oil give Triumph & Disaster's medium-hold styling clay its matte-finish, wave-making abilities. It's suited both to fine and thick, short to medium-length hair; simply warm it up in your hands and apply from the back of the head to the front for unrivalled texture.'