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Oo what an interesting question- it's really got me thinking on something that I had no idea about!
I’m not sure that using hair wax on my very scraggly plaited hair is going to be a look that’d catch on, but according to ‘Mens Fitness’, this slicked back undercut hairstyle is the height of 2016 fashion (see images here- http://www.slickedbackhair.com/slicked-back-undercut-hairstyle-guide-men/) . It gives off a casual, chilled summer look, giving off the impression that the wearer has just emerged windswept from the ocean or swimming pool! You can give it a try following this tutorial- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2ZV-MQYFII! So I'd probably choose that one!
The pomade wax that you’ve got was also hugely popular in 1920’s for a Grease-style sleeked back look (see here for more information- http://www.slickedbackhair.com/hair-products-men-gentleman-guide/). It was traditionally oil based (as your tin is), but in the 2000’s there was also an upsurge in newer-based pomades giving a really high shine but without the greasy clumping together which was a consequence of the oil-based ones. So you’ve got loads of options for re-living the barber experience!