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Clubman Moustache Wax with Brush Comb - Neutral 14g
- Classic styling wax easily shapes and molds ‘staches to desired specs.
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Magnum P.I. Rollie Fingers. Fu Man Chu. You make the call. Classic wax is perfect for styling and molding mustaches and will keep pesky hairs in place all day long. Beeswax and Coconut Oil add lasting volume and provide superior control without any greasy residue or unsettling fragrance. Comes with a mini comb/brush for application and is neutral in color.
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To Use: Apply a small amount of wax to hair using included brush and blend until evenly distributed.
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"Neutral" is stark white but good consistency.
"Brown" is a very nice color but very stiff, almost unusable unless you soften it.
Two combs broke within days. They also removed much of the wax you just put on and some hairs with it.
I started off by purchasing the brown. As much as my 52 year old brain would like to think I still have brown hair, the reality is it's salt-n-pepper ashy gray. I found the brown to be very thick and hard, so much so that I quickly pulled out many hairs and broke the flimsy comb it came with. I figured out I could warm the metal tube in hot water to make it easier to work with but it would quickly set up while I was trying to style my first handlebar ever.
Consistency aside, I learned to work with it. The worse problem was that compared to my hair, it looked like I was wearing a brown crayon on my face. It's a wonderful brown color but just didn't match my hair color. That is my fault so I ordered the "Neutral". Knowing how thick the brown was, I warmed the new tube the same way which caused it to literally run out when I opened it. I allowed it to cool back down which made the consistency perfect to work with but I had a new problem... the "neutral" color was stark white. I was expecting clear. If I massage it in for a while (like really smashing it around before styling), I can get the white to fade away to my normal hair color but it's unusable as a touch ups as it goes on like white paint. If you're not willing to massage your whole mustache to clear away the white and then restyle from the ground up, you're screwed. My mustache is salt-n-pepper like my head but I don't need it all white!
I've had some success by mixing both together although it still ends up all one color instead of salt-n-pepper. I'm going to try combining them in a separate container to get my use out of the now two tubes that I've bought. The other comb broke in short order so I'm 2 weeks into trying wax for the first time and I've got no comb, two tubes of wax that don't match my hair and a chemistry project in front of me to try recouping the twelve bucks + shipping I'm out.
I should have dropped more money on some good wax in the first place. Anyone recommend a good comb?
The deal-breaker for me was that this wax couldn't hold up if it got wet at all. Suddenly I'd have a melty, waxy mess on my lip that looked terrible. If you're committed enough to go the whole mustache cup route or avoid certain foods, more power to you, but my awesomeness has been trimmed.
Hope that's helpful
I recomend using the neutral unless you have a dark head of hair. You can just take a small fine comb and a splash of water after dinner at a good restaurant and restyle and comb out the crumbs with this wax not leaving a bad taste or wearing off. It is like leave in conditioner and I also use it to controll my eyebrows with a small brush or clear mascara wand for touch ups. if you are going to do it, do it right. I have even used this product to grow my beard out over a foot and with a blow dryer it can act like starch without the feel of sticky or madnetic effects. It stays where you comb it until it is dry and needs to be used this way which is easy if you do your mustash first after bathing and comb it a few times before leaving the house. Again....A little water with allow you to reshape without pulling hair out.
Spikes stay in depending on how you wax it up, getting it braided for the next adventure.
Good stuff, works well.
I purchased the neutral because my hair is steel grey and it matched well, like other beard waxes you have to warm between your fingers before applying. Scent which is light fades in minutes.
And it's from Pinaud. I've used this brand since the early 80s. Fast and courteous shipping, thanks.
The brush/comb are not very useful. It dries out pretty fast, so recap quickly and tight. And maybe add a drop of water occasionally.
This product did a pretty good job, although I had hoped for a little more "muscle" and staying power.
Decent scent which is important since it is right under my nose, that seems to disappear or I just get used to it.
The comb and brush combo does an effective enough job helping apply the wax.
Would be nice to have a little how to flyer with tips for newbies,
Bottom line it has helped keep my mustache out of my mouth when eating, I would buy it again, but I may also want to experiment with one or two other products to see if they might do the job better.
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I have now had another crack at the task of growing a handlebar 'tache. It's got to a much greater length and I am finding that the Clubman wax is much more effective with more hair to keep in check. The application can be bit messy in that it's recommended that you squeeze some onto the brush that comes with it, brush it through, and then comb it with the stiff comb on the back of the brush. This works OK and the messiness isn't too much of an issue as the wax washes off fingers very easily so, as long as you don't do anything stupid like touch dark clothing with it, you should be alright. Once applied I generally leave the wax to dry off for a bit before trying to finish off the shaping. The wax has a pleasant lemony / piney sort of smell and isn't a burden to have under your nose all day. The wax comes in a squeeze tube and is a thick cream texture which is easy to work into the moustache with the brush and comb and also good to use as re-shaping agent on the fingertips.
I have seen complaints by other reviewers of flakes within the 'tache with the neutral wax and I can confirm that this can be an issue. I don't think that it's an inherent issue with the wax, I think that it's just that the wax dries fairly quickly and if you are still fiddling with the shape of your moustache when this happens the dried wax forms into little balls / flakes which then get caught in the hairs. If you make sure that you get any wax off your fingers before you style it's much less of a problem. The wax itself can be a bit visible within the hairs but as long as you don't go mad with it it shouldn't be too bad. Unfortunately, I'm still not finding that it's keeping the wayward strands in line. Again, I don't know if that's simply because they're not yet long enough for basic principles of leverage to take hold or the wax itself - I've tried using VO5 hair fibre gum as well and that doesn't fare any better. Given that the VO5 gunge is about the toughest sticking compound short of Araldite I am considering that it might well be, at this stage, like trying to keep piano wires under tension with blu-tack. It's just never going to happen.
The compromise I tend to make is to use the Clubman as a base layer and then use Bounder as a top-up throughout the day. Bounder is handy for this as it comes in a small tin which fits in a trouser pocket easily, isn't too messy, and has a pretty firm hold. The Clubman wax dries off quite a bit shortly after application but stays slightly tacky, so if the fuzz takes a battering in stormy weather it can be pressed back into shape for some hours after the wax has been applied and will stick reasonably well. I do find, though, that it needs some back up, which is where the Bounder comes in.
I have also just purchased a pot of Captain Fawcett's wax and used it for the first time this morning. This may, possibly, take over from Clubman as it has a solid consistency in the jar but turns into a thick and slightly oily paste when scooped out with a thumbnail so may be a nice crossover between the two.
I shall try to persevere with lengthening the lip decor and update this review if it's warranted.
It's not too bad, and it's easy to wash out, however, this can be a downside as rain or sweat can cause it to wash out. It does have a fair number of 5 star reviews though so maybe it's just not suitable for me
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