Oily, matte, harder to apply and to wash out. It’s heavier and hair might become flat more easily.
Guys with rougher hair texture, who don’t want any shine – to control hair that might stick up awkwardly.
It’s heavy, with a wet look & shine. Dries hard. Usually water-based, so to re-style, wet your hands and run them through your hair.
Those who want to achieve a smart, sleek look or a back comb. It lasts the longest out of the three hair products.
Always use a peanut-sized amount to avoid using too much product in your hair! Spread the product out in your palms before applying to ensure it’s applied evenly.
Soft wax is used to control frizziness, texture.
Those with loose curls/curly hair to maintain bounce, or lightweight styling with minimal hold for a more natural look.
- Hard Wax (or mud, paste, fiber)
Hard wax is suited for all hair types, including thin hair. It has a stronger hold as compared to soft wax. It can also provide shine, is easier to wash out compared to hair clay and gel.
All styling purposes, but with a stronger hold
Hairspray – Look out for hairsprays that are sticky, lightweight, with a fine misty spray that dries easily. Style as you go along. Read an earlier post
we’ve written about it here!