Woodsman Mustache Wax
This is the original Woodsman mustache wax, the product that put The Bearded Bastard on the map. A proprietary combination of beeswax, lanolin, jojoba, and fragrance gives this mustache wax its renowned (and unparalleled) hold, even in the hot Texas summers. The fragrance is the same natural blend of essential oil steam distilled from sustainable Texas cedarwood, pine scotch oil extracted from pine tree needles, and a touch of East Indian sandalwood that make our Woodsman beard oil a customer favorite.
How to apply mustache wax
- Using the back of your thumbnail, scrape out a small amount of wax out from the tin. Then rub it between your thumb and pointer finger (and/or middle finger) to make it warm and pliable.
- One side at a time, thoroughly apply the warmed wax into your mustache via a gentle rocking and pinching motion, starting from your lip and working out towards the the tips, running “with the grain” of your stache. This method prevents breakage and pulling out hairs.
- Shape to your preferred style via bending, but never twisting (up, out, down… savor the experiment!).
Beeswax, Lanolin, Natural Fragrance, Cocoa Butter, & Jojoba Oil
- All natural and petroleum free
- Conditions the hair
- Cherrywood label
- Made in Austin, TX
- $14 MAP
May contain allergens. Test in a small area before use.
Note: This product is very firm. We recommend using a fingernail to remove a small amount of product from the tin, warming by rubbing between fingers, and then applying from the center of the mustache outwards, taking care not to pull hairs.
My wax is of the stiffer variety allowing you to really mold your facial hair www.thebeardedbastard.com. That being said, stiff wax is a little different to apply than your everyday wax. I happen to work at an amazing hat shop - Goorin, and shot this usage guide on my lunch today, enjoy! May the stache never leave thine face, and may mischief always be upon your mind! Always test in small area first, may contain allergens.
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