Well, to start with, moustache wax is a stiff pomade usually made from beeswax, oil and fragrance. At Pall Mall Barbers we’ve developed our own moustache wax using essential oils and fragranced with sandalwood and clove. It comes in a solid format, so taking a little bit on the tip of your finger nail and warming it between your fingers will soften the wax turning it a bit tacky which can easily be applied to the hairs on your face. The key here is really to only use a very small amount. Too much and your moustache will look heavy and the wax may clump onto the hairs.
Using a moustache wax will help style your moustache, helping the hairs lie flat in the direction you want them to and ensuring they stay in place. Whether you prefer a more natural look to your facial hair or you want to shape it into a real style statement, we’d recommend that you buy and learn how to use moustache wax properly.
Our shaving expert, Erin can show you exactly how to use moustache wax as she applies it to the model in our moustache wax video – we love the handlebar look he’s sporting at the end, styled to perfection by Erin! You can also ask any of our barbers for their advice too next time you’re in any of our central London barber shops. Book an appointment online or call in next time you’re passing, we’ve got three barbershops – Trafalgar Square, Fitzrovia and Westminster. And we’re soon opening a third barbershop in the city, near Liverpool Street.
For the well groomed gent, moustache wax is a must.
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