Hair wax is indispensable for creating the latest hairstyles. When you find a favorite one, you often end up using it all the time. But did you know that there are actually different hair waxes for different lengths? Here, we introduce how to choose a hair wax for women by length: short, bob, medium, and long.
First, let’s review the basics of hair wax.
Hair waxes can be divided into two main types by setting power: hard and soft, and three types by texture: fiber, matte (clay), and cream. In general, choose a hard type for fine movement around the face and a soft type for soft, loose curls to avoid mistakes.
Fiber type is recommended when you want a strong shine all the way to the ends, and matte (clay) type is recommended when you want a natural texture.
By Length! What women should consider when choosing a hair wax
Here are some pointers on how to choose hair wax for different lengths.
- Short hair
If you want to create movement at the ends of the hair or to make hair bunches look stronger, a hard hair wax is recommended. If you choose a matte (clay) type wax, you can create softness even with loose movement.
- bobbed hair
For a bob, too much movement will make the hair look too wide, so the key is to keep the hair ends bunched up and the overall movement low. We recommend a hard hair wax with moderate setting power and a creamy texture. The right amount of shine will make it easier to manage and maintain a soft, fluffy style.
- medium length hair
Fiber-based hair wax is recommended for those who have longer hair and are concerned about dryness at the ends. Fiber-based hair waxes contain just the right amount of oil to keep hair moisturized all the way to the ends. If you want to keep elastic curls, choose a hard hair wax.
- long hair
Like medium-length hair, long hair wax is recommended for fiber-based hair wax because the hair ends look dry without clumping. Apply it gently with your hands to obtain both bunchiness and moisture. Soft hair waxes can achieve airy, nuanced curls.
When choosing a hair wax, make a comprehensive decision.
In addition to length, you can select the best hair wax for you by making a comprehensive judgment based on your hair texture and kinks. If you are confused by the many types available, first check testers at drugstores and other stores to make sure of the hardness of the hair wax.
If you choose the one you like in terms of extension, shine, and fragrance, you will find it much easier to use. Use hair wax skillfully to create attractive hair!