Lockhart's Goon Grease is comes in a variety of holds that range between medium and heavy hold. The product has a resistance to it but with just a bit of heat becomes smooth and creamy on the scoop. Applying to your hair is a breeze and it just glides right in for the most part. It's recommended you have damp hair on application so your hair will retain the moisture and have more shine, but I've applied this to dry hair and gotten some fantastic results out of it. It has a very light and pleasant scent that is a citrusy cucumber.
Like with any good oil based pomade, this product is largely water proof and will remain in your hair until you decide to wash it out. Rinsing your hair off in the shower will have little effect in getting this out of your hair, the same goes if you're caught in the rain. What will happen is your hair will become weighed down and saturated because of the water, but the product will remain in your hair. This allows you to style your hair over the course of multiple days. If you apply the product on the second, third, or fourth day this process is called building up the product and it generally looks better. However this process may not be the best for your hair as loading your scalp with products, even nourishing ones, can still suffocate your hair follicles.
If you're in the market for an oil based pomade I'd highly recommend Goon Grease. This is a high quality product that I think you can set a good baseline to compare other products to. It has a great hold, is easy to apply, and with shampoo gets out of your hair relatively easy depending on how much build up you have. It's versatile enough to give you a slick greaser look, or textured look with some shine to it.