Moustache Wax is ideal for the grooming and styling of moustaches, beards
and sideburns. It is excellent to use for training new moustaches, beards,
sideburns and controlling unruly hair. It also keeps bushy eyebrows in
Moustache Wax is ideal for the grooming and styling of moustaches, beards and sideburns. It is excellent to use for training new moustaches, beards, sideburns and controlling unruly hair. It also keeps bushy eyebrows in place.
Bianca Rosa's Classic Fragrance-Free Moustache Wax is made from high quality ingredients without the addition of any added scented oils or fragrances - simply a pure unscented, neutral-colored (from the natural tone of the ingredients) moustache wax.
Take a small portion of moustache wax (after a few times, you will be able to judge the amount that is appropriate for your needs) and soften it between the thumb and forefinger, creating a smooth buttery consistency with gentle circular motions. Next, work it evenly into your moustache, gently massaging it into the hair with a "twist and glide" technique, working from the center outwards to shape your moustache as desired.
Good stuff! Easy to use, and holds well. My only ctiticism is there is no name of the product on the tube...as an avid collector I like to differentiate between waxes using brand names. Many thanks from South Wales!
-- March 16, 2004
Bianca Rosa Moustache Wax-Fragrance Free
This product is not thick enough to tame those occasional unruly moustache hairs. I would prefer a consistency like the old English Leather wax that came in the screw tube.
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