Men! Love your moustache with Foad Wax
Men of Britain, do you find that when you explore the varied world of facial hair you are left unsatisfied? Do you find that when you grow a moustache it lacks a certain style and refinement that gets you noticed for the right reasons? Foad Wax might be your answer.
Make-up artist Patt Foad birthed Foad Wax after moustache waxes and other male hair and grooming products left him dissatisfied whilst working on Sherlock Holmes 2: A Game of Shadows. In his own words he made “A wax that was both firm yet yielding, stiff yet malleable, something that could be manipulated and played with throughout the day but also something that would keep a shape.”
Since its official release to the public and make-up artists alike, Foad Wax has been used on many film, TV and theatre productions, including Sherlock Holmes 2, Jack the Giant Killer, 47 Ronin, World War Z, the feature film of Les Miserables, and continues to go from strength to strength.
Keeping in line with their mantra that versatility is pivotal to a good moustache wax, Foad Wax tried their hand at a softer, pomade-style wax. Foad’s Toad Satin Wax has a loose-to medium hold and a satin sheen finish. It can be used alone for groomed, neater facial hair, endowing your face fuzz with a natural flowing look. It contains jojoba wax, castor oil, grapeseed oil and a zesty blend of natural essential oils. It yields a far softer consistency and has superior hair conditioning properties. Toad Satin Wax is also easily warmed up and upon application, boasts little to no risk of pulling out moustache or beard hairs”.
Toad Satin Wax, like Foad Wax, comes in a handy pocket-sized, lightweight and durable screwtop 1/2 Oz – 15ml (approx) tin.
As for what the future holds, Foad Wax intends to expand its range of innovative and exciting male grooming products for the modern gentleman.
Foad Wax and Toad Satin Wax are available at Foadwax.com from as little as £4.99.