Curls, Curly Hair, Hair Paint Wax, Natural Hair, Uncategorized

Hair Paint Wax

D9A48A59-1D6F-4C11-9414-AD9B4A525B73So like does anyone else have anxiety about dying their hair? Say it louder for the people in the back, ya heard! I am terrified – I worked hard to get my curls to where I want them to be and I still have some work to do so actually dying my hair just isn’t an option until I am guaranteed that all those chemicals aren’t going to damage my curls. Until then, I appreciate companies like Hair Paint Wax. How did I find them you ask? I’m assuming here people- lol. Well, I found them on my handy dandy Instagram Explorer page. I noticed that a lot of the curly hair ladies that I follow were raving about this new product and I was so mesmerized by their results that I just had to try it. I went on their Instagram page and like any other stalker, I scrolled and clicked on every vibrant picture until I was fully bought in. I ended up going with the Gold and Blue Hair Paint Wax, which is pictured above. They offer the following colors: blue, gold, red, purple, orange, yellow, silver, white, black, aquamarine, pink and a styler (no color). The wax’s range anywhere from $6.99 – $9.99 and they also offer a bundle with the majority of colors for $48.93 (such a weird number, but whatever, I’m not the boss here). Okay, let’s get into the experience – I was a bit skeptic at first because I have tried those spray on colors and although I liked the color, there was just too much residue and the colors would rub off my clothes, hands, pillow cases, etc. So when I chose to purchase these waxes, I knew there was going to be a possibility for this mess to occur again – BUT…that was not the case, at least for the gold I tried. Yes, there were a few specks of gold on coat, but nothing crazy.

First I completed my usual routine: wash, deep condition, leave-in and style. I let me hair dry to about 60% so it was damp, I also read that I would have better results if my hair was a bit more dry. Anyway, I started my sectioning my hair and running the wax through my hair, ensuring that it was even throughout. I also made sure to give my baby kisses throughout so he didn’t feel neglected as I was experimenting over here. lol. Once it was even throughout, I watched some Netflix and let my hair dry. It was looking a little flat so I put it into a pineapple for about an hour and then fluffed it out with a hair pick – this little pineapple and fluff routine always gives me the most volume on wash day. After all was said and done, I did what any normal and sane human being would do – I took a million selfies and posted the one that came out the best. Go check out my Instagram for results!

My thoughts:

I absolutely loved how vibrant the color was on my dark brown hair. Normally, I would have only been able to achieve those results with bleach, but this worked so well! It didn’t really make a mess and the best thing is that if you get tired of the color, you can literally just wash it out without a problem. Not only was I impressed with the color, but I was also impressed about how easy it was to apply and maintain. It is recommended for curly hair, and I tested this out on my nephew – he has super straight hair and wanted to try the blue wax. As it dried in his hair, it was very dull and not as bright as I would have imagined. It was also very difficult for the wax to stick to this hair overall. I also thought that my hair was going to be dry after I washed it out, but as of right now there are no negative side effects. I will definitely be trying some of the other colors.

Until next time,

xoxo

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