5 Reasons to Wax On with Shu Uemura

Mr Neo Luxe Review Shu Uemura Art of Hair Master Wax

While many men around the world have embraced the humble hair wax as a grooming staple, women still seem to be somewhat baffled about how to incorporate a wax into their styling routine. I encountered this exact scenario recently when my sister was having let’s say hair management issues. I simply took a small amount of Shu Uemura Master Wax, heated it in my palms and applied to the unmanageable section of her hair and done! Needless to say, I never saw my Master Wax again.

There’s so much to love about this product as a male – you can use it to add texture to short, spiky or messy looks, or use it to create a slicked ‘Don Draper’ inspired look. Apart from its versatility, here are few more reasons you’ll love Shu Uemura Master Wax:
Strong & Natural – unlike styling products which offer a firm hold and stiff look, Master Wax is formulated with a sophisticated blend of ingredients which leave hair feeling smooth and supple removing unwanted stickiness or shiny greasiness.

Reworkable Hold – Restyle on the run with this wax without hair looking fluffy or dry. Best of all the holding power remains the same.

It’s Good for your Hair – Master Wax uses Japanese Cedar Bud extract combined with Beeswax and anionic and amphoteric polymers to help fortify, create texture and revitalise the hair fibre.

Runway Ready – The hottest hair trends right off the runway included piecey texture, sculpted shapes and smooth, sleek accents which are easily achieved with Master Wax.

A touch of shine – According to Global Beauty Track 90% of women want a strong hold wax which will leave a glossy finish, and Master Wax will help. Simply rub a small amount of wax in both hands. Apply on the desired area from roots to end.

Shu Uemura Art of Hair Master Wax is available 75ml $47. Available exclusively in all Shu Uemura Art of Hair partner salons nationally. To locate your nearest salon visit the salon locator.

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