Mitch Clean Cut Styling Cream Review


  • Light-medium hold.


  • Faint smell.
  • Pine scent.


  • Semi matte finish.
  • Can give a shinny appearance.
  • A little goes a long way.
  • Dries hard in hair.
  • Easier to spread when hair is damp or wet.
  • Applying too much will weigh down hair and appear greasy.


  • Great for a "messy" textured look.


  • Around $20

Hair Type

  • Works well on both thin and thick hair.
  • Works great for both long and short hair.

Does It Last?

  • Lasts all day.
  • Hard to restyle after hardening.

Easy To Wash Out?

  • Easy to wash off and out of hair.

Adding Too Much?

  • Can appear shinny.
  • Made hair feel a little greasy.
  • The trick with this paste is not to apply too much. That of course depends on your hair and it's thickness.

Customer Reviews:

Stellar Hold, Natural Look

I've used several styling creams over the years, but this one has outperformed them all. It offers the perfect amount of hold for my hair without making it feel stiff or greasy. It's a real game-changer in achieving that natural, easy-going look.

Unpleasant Scent

While the styling aspect of this product might be decent, I just can't get past its scent. It's a bit too strong for my liking, and it tends to linger throughout the day. This has made my use of it less enjoyable.

Easy Application, Great Results

The cream is incredibly easy to apply - it spreads evenly and doesn't leave any residue behind. It's been great at taming my unruly hair and giving it a neat, clean-cut look. I couldn't be more pleased with the results.

Decent, but Nothing Extraordinary

The product does its job of keeping my hair in place, but it doesn't really stand out from other styling creams I've used. It's decent, but I wouldn't say it's extraordinary. Still, it's a reliable enough option for everyday styling.

Product Summary:

Mitch Clean Cut hair paste offers a light to medium hold with a subtle pine scent and a semi-matte finish that can sometimes appear shiny. Our testing revealed that a small amount of this paste is sufficient for effective styling, and it spreads more easily when applied to damp or wet hair. However, users should be cautious with the quantity used, as excessive application can weigh down the hair and give it a greasy look.

This product is particularly adept at creating a "messy" textured look and is versatile enough to work well on various hair types, including both thin and thick hair, as well as long and short styles. It is durable, maintaining its hold throughout the day, but becomes difficult to restyle once it has hardened. Fortunately, it washes off easily, ensuring hassle-free removal from the hair. Despite this ease of washout, it can make the hair appear shiny and feel slightly greasy.

The key to using Mitch Clean Cut hair paste effectively is to apply the right amount, which can vary depending on the hair type and thickness. Priced at around $20, it sits in the mid-range category in terms of cost, offering a balance between quality and price.