NEW Gatsby Moving Rubber 6 Types AvailableMADE IN JAPAN
Spiky Edge (Pink) Spiky Edge is the hardest wax of the MOVING RUBBER series.
Its excellent holding power keeps hair spiked and in place
so you can move through your day with effortless style.
Spiky Edge is designed to enhance movement even in short hair.
Wild Shake (Purple) Wild Shake has the second strongest setting power
but goes on smoothly to create a spiky, three-dimensional look.
It adds a natural gloss to your hair and produces the moveable texture you desire.
Cool Wet (Blue) Move towards sophistication and increase your sex appeal
by refining your style with Cool Wet. This non-sticky, non-greasy formula was designed uniquely to create a wet look with a shiny finish. Once applied, restyling becomes easy.
The Cool Wet product creates a moveable texture
while still maintaining your desired hold.
Grunge Mat (Grey) Grunge Mat is best known for its matte texture with a reduced gloss. Along with its high styling strength and excellent holding power,
Grunge Mat lets you create hair bundles easily.
How To Use
1. Spread on the palms of the hands.
Apply a small amount on your fingertips.
Rub hands together spreading evenly until transparent.
Try to also get it between your fingers.
2. Work wax into hair moving from the nape of the neck to the forehead.
Apply it quickly in several stages, moving from the roots towards the tips of your hair.
Apply product in an upwards movement starting
from the nape of the neck towards the top of the head.
Work your fingers into the base of the hair and sweep upwards to form strands.
Now, spread a small amount on the palms of your hands
and apply it from the side to the front of the head in the same way.
3. Pinch and rub the roots of the hair at the center of the head.
4. Apply product beginning from the roots of the hair
to the middle using a pinching motion.
To get a more defined look, create loose bunches of hair.
Don’t rub the hair too much, and don’t twist it.
5. Put the bangs up.
Using the excess product on your hands,
pull forelock upwards with pinching to show a forehead and arrange it.