If you have soft hair and thin hair, your hair tends to be flat. To solve this problem, wax is a strong ally. For people with soft and fine hair, it is necessary to create a hairstyle that assumes the use of wax.
However, even if one says that wax is good for soft and fine hair, there are many different types of wax.
So here we will consider how to choose the best wax for soft and fine hair.
First, let’s know the basics of wax.
There are three main types of wax. They are “fiber type,” “cream type,” and “clay type.”
Fiber type is sometimes described as “containing fiber,” “fiber-in,” and so on. Fiber” here refers to fibers. Fibers are contained in the wax and stretch very well. They are quite popular because they are easy to handle and can be used by anyone.
On the other hand, the weight of the fibers makes it easy for the hair to flatten, making it a bit tough for soft-haired people. However, it is easy to fix even after the hairstyle has fallen apart, so it is suitable for those who expect to re-set their hair.
The cream type is located right between the fiber and clay types. It produces a reasonably light finish and is easy to use, similar to the fiber type. It can be used regardless of hair style, making it an all-rounder.
The last type, the clay type, is also called the matte type. It does not give a “waxed” look, so it gives a natural finish. It is a little difficult to apply and handle, but even soft hair can get an airy haircut.
Which one is the best suited for you?
It is said that clay types are most compatible with soft and fine hair. It can create hairstyles with movement and a light finish. It is also not very heavy, so the hair is less likely to wear out.
However, if you can fix your hair as many times as you want during the day, or if you have barely touched the wax itself in the first place, the fiber type is for you, while the cream type is not a bad choice if you want the ability to serve as a middle point between both.
You want to choose the wax that fits you perfectly.