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Color Hair Wax is easy and simple to use. Below you'll find additional information, tips, and tricks to help you get the most out of your purchase.


  • Set realistic expectations and remember that Color Hair Wax is not a dye! It's a very temporary hair "WAX" color solution. It is not intended to have the same vibrancy and resilience as permanent hair dye. This product is great for people who want to color their hair but are concerned about damage or test out a color before going permanent.
  • All hair types can use Color Hair Wax, however, it’s especially great for kinky, coily, natural hair types since it helps to define and pop your curls!
  • Hair Wax is also a styling product that has a bit of hold and weight, very similar to gel. Depending on your hair type you may need more or, less product, to get the desired effect.  The key is to experiment!
  • This is a temporary color solution: It washes off easily and completely with a single wash. Once it dries, you’ll want to stay away from anything that can potentially wet your hair, i.e.: rain, swimming, or any activities that promote heavy sweating!
  • Results may vary depending on factors such as hair type, hair color, amount of product used, experience, etc.


  1. Use fingertips to apply product onto sectioned damp hair.
  2. Add more for greater color intensity.
  3. Twist or rake through hair for desired style.
  4. Use hair dryer or air dry thoroughly to avoid color transfer.
  5. Style as desired.
  6. Product washes out completely in one wash.


  • It’s recommended to use color wax on clean, slightly damp or dry hair.
  • To avoid color transfer, use a towel around your neck or wear an old shirt, and use gloves.  Unwanted color transfer wipes or washes off easily.


  1. Dip a small amount (Quarter size) of wax and work in each section from the roots down to the tips.  A small amount can go a long way so try not to overdo it with too much product! 
  2. Apply more as needed to get even coverage and bolder color.  Avoid getting the product on your scalp.
  3. Set/dry color with a hood dryer or handheld blow-dryer. Color is not completely dry until you can touch it and it does NOT come off on your hands.
    • Short hair: Simply apply desired amount directly onto hair.
    • Mid to long hair: Should be applied in sections.
    • Straight/fine hair: Use a blow-dryer on lowest setting, preferably on cool/no heat if available, then comb or brush through your hair to work out any stiffness from the wax.  Experiment with small amounts of product at a time to ensure you don't weigh down your hair too much. A little really does go a long way. Especially on this hair type.


  1. Dip a small amount onto fingertip.
  2. Grab a small/med section of hair.
  3. Rub into the section of hair in a downward motion.
  4. Repeat steps 1-4 if the color is not as vibrant as desired.
  5. Set/Dry color with a blow dryer on the lowest setting.


  • Mix and match colors for a unique look.
  • For added softness apply leave-in conditioner before using color wax.
  • For extra volume and softness try drying your hair with a diffuser attachment.
  • Heat tools can work along with this product.
  • To avoid transfer onto your pillowcase consider wearing a bonnet or sleep cap.
  • Use a makeup wipe to easily remove excess product from skin. 


  • Does your hair need to be bleached or pre-lightened?
    • No! Color hair wax can be used on any existing hair color.
  • Does it work for straight hair?
    • It can, however, straight hairstyle users will require a bit more experience, patience, and skill. Wax is best suited for curly, natural styles. Wax has a little weight and hold to it (like gel) which can become unmanageable if you're not familiar. This can be unfavorable to straight and fine hair types.  You’ll want to experiment with small amounts first and work up from there.
  • Does it need to be applied on wet or dry hair?
    • It’s up to you and what you want to achieve! Dry hair is the quickest method for short hair types. However, it can be used on damp hair to achieve certain styles like twist-outs or braid-outs. Color Hair Wax should be applied as the last step to styling your hair AFTER all other hair products have completely dried in the hair.  Experiment and see what works best for you.
  • Will it make your hair feel hard, crunchy, or waxy?
    • It can if too much product is added. This is a wax product after all.  Experiment with small amounts of product, leave-in conditioners, and diffusers to help soften the finished product.
  • Will color transfer onto clothes, pillowcases, etc.?
    • Color hair wax is a VERY temporary color solution, so some transfer is to be expected. To help reduce transfer we recommend applying light hair spray after the product has dried. Also, a sleeping bonnet/cap is highly recommended overnight!
  • Is Color Hair Wax bad for your hair?
    • Ingredient wise, Color Wax doesn't have any harsh damaging effects, however, it can cause some problems if not used correctly. Common issues are product build up and greasiness, leading up to a dry scalp.  To avoid these issues make sure to not overapply the product and wash your hair routinely.   
  • Do you have to set the color with a blow dryer?
    • No, you can air dry just keep in mind it will take much longer for the color to set this way.
  • Can heating tools be used?
    • Yes! Heating tools can be used once your hair is dry, however, color can transfer onto your tools which can easily be wiped off.
  • How many jars would I need to cover all my hair?
    • It depends on how much hair you’re working with. In most cases, 1 jar will give full coverage for short to medium-length hair.
  • How long will it last?
    • If kept dry, Color Wax can last 3-5 days. The color can last longer if you maintain it well.
  • Can it be used on eyebrows?
    • Yes, it can be used on eyebrows, beards, mustaches, and goatees.
  • How long is it good for?
    • Wax will last up to 24 months with the lid screwed tightly on and stored in a cool, dry place.
  • Can you mix colors?
    • Yes! You can mix colors to make your own unique hues.