Hey guys. Sorry about yesterday. I just did not want to write ANYTHING! Needless to say it was a long and stressful day. Anyway, today let’s chat about Paul Mitchell Wax Works. I got this product forever ago. When I was in high school, I got a lob cut, and my stylist put some wax in it to make it piecey. I told my mom that I should get what the stylist ahd used, and my mom reluctantly agreed. Seeing as the bottle is still mostly full, I understand why she was hesitant to buy it for me. 🙂
There is nothing wrong with the way this product performs. It creates a really nice and piecey texture when worked into the ends of the hair. In high school, though, I couldn’t be bothered to actually take care of my hair. Seriously. I barely even brushed it and rarely used my flat iron. I would comb it after I washed it at night, which made my hair pretty straight, and then just went with it in the morning.
Now, my hair is MUCH longer, and I actually take care of my hair, spending time on styling it and such. However, I don’t like the piecey look on me anymore. I did come up with an alternate use for this, though. I have found that this product is great for flyaways… which I get a lot. You only need a small amount. I would say smaller than a pea. Rub it between your fingers and LIGHTLY smooth the flyaways. If you really push them down, your hair will look flat and greasy. However, a light touch puts the flyaways in their place, and they stay smoothed for the rest of the day.
I really have nothing bad to say about the product. You only need a little bit to get really nice results, so I think that it is a good investment. The price of this varies based on where you purchase it. It is around $20 for the big size, the size I have.
What do you think about high-end hair products? Do you think they are worth the investment? I usually say no, but I might be starting to change my mind.
I purchased this myself (actually my mom did). I’m not getting paid for this post. All opinions are my own.