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How to Remove Hair Wax for Mens?

Portable Hair Removal / January 2, 2015

My hair is naturally straight and immediately goes flat after styling. How do I create long lasting volume?

To create more volume, GATSBY recommends Air Rise. First spread product into hands, then apply gently with your fingers to the middle and outer portions of your hair in an upward motion towards the tips. Do not over-apply or apply to the roots. Twist hair into bundles on the sides of your head focusing on the tips. Repeat along the neckline and near the front of your face. If hair becomes flat, repeat this action and use a scrunching motion.

To style my hair in the morning, should I first wet my hair with water before styling?

It isn't always necessary to dampen your hair. If you have "bed hair", you may want to dampen it with a water agent and then fix it before styling. After that, always remember to dry the hair completely—and the tip for drying hair is to dry it while shaping it into your desired style. This will create the base style, and with this you can get closer to your ideal hair style.

My hair is soft and thin, and I can't create movement or get my hair to stand up. Should I use a little extra wax?

Even when your hair is too soft and thin to create movement, it's always best to start with a small amount of wax. Applying the wax all at once can immediately make your hair heavy and flat. As needed, apply wax several times and in small amounts. Also, when you apply wax, try to bond it firmly with your hair. For soft and thin hair, it is recommended to finish your look with a little holding spray to prevent the hair from becoming flat.

When applying wax, should my hair be dry or slightly wet?

To create a desired hair style, it's best to avoid putting wax on wet hair. Instead, you should dry hair while shaping it into your desired look to create the basic form of your style. After the hair is completely dry, you can apply the wax. Depending on texture and length, putting wax on wet hair can cause the outline, form and flow of the hair to change when it dries. Also, if the roots are wet, the volume may be lost. Therefore, it is recommended to use wax after the hair is completely dry.

How can I evenly and thoroughly spread wax over all of my hair?

To ensure the wax bonds well with the hair, use only a small amount to begin and make sure to spread evenly throughout hair. Take a small amount of wax (about half the length of a fingertip) and spread it on your palms and fingertips and between your fingers. The key is to spread the wax so thinly that it becomes colorless. Then, rub the wax evenly from the underside of the hair, without applying it repeatedly on the same area. People tend to apply wax repeatedly when the wax does not spread evenly on the hair; but in fact a single dose of wax should generally be sufficient. If you find the amount too small, then add a little more. Applying too much wax at once causes the wax to spread unevenly and makes it hard for the wax to bond well with all of your hair. First, apply it on the underside, surface, and tips of the hair. Then arrange all of your hair while twisting the tips.

I set my hair with the wax, but it doesn't hold long enough.

You can apply a hairspray finish over the entire hair to maintain the style you created with wax.

What is the best way to apply hair wax?

How to Use Hair Wax:
1.Do not apply a large amount of hair wax at one time.
The amount will vary slightly, depending on the length and amount of hair. Take a small amount of hair wax—about the size of the fingernail of your little finger—and spread it evenly on the palms of both hands.
2.Next, apply a thin, uniform coat and style from the roots to the tips, while lifting your hair upward from the roots. Working from the back of the head, apply to the hair at the neckline and sides. Then apply the thin coating of hair wax that remains on your palms to the bangs and hair at the face line.

Everybody has a different amount of hair, so if the hair wax application is too thin, adjust the amount you use. You can also divide the appropriate amount of hair wax in two, and apply it twice.

If you use a hair dryer to blow your hair while lifting it from the roots, it will be much easier to create movement at the top of your hair.

Source: www.gatsbyglobal.com