Grey Color Hair Wax

Color Hair Wax Review – Does It Look Real or Fake?

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Hello there and thank you so much for swinging by my blog. If you’ve landed here, I’m going to take a guess and say that color hair wax has piqued your interest on the internet and now you’re wanting to find out more?

If that’s the case you are in luck because just below I’ll be covering my complete experience with this Mofajang grey color hair wax and whether or not I think it's worth giving a go.

If you want to try this product click here.
Grey Color Hair Wax

Now, I don’t know about you, but when this color hair wax piqued my interest, The main things I wondered were:

  1. Does the color hair wax actually look real in your hair?
  2. What does color hair wax even look and feel like compared to normal hair wax?
  3. How much am I looking at paying for a tub of color hair wax?

You might be wondering some of the exact same things as I was or you may even have other questions too. If I fail to clarify something about this grey color hair wax and you have more questions about it, make sure you leave a comment below and I’ll get back to you.

Right, moving on!
Just quickly, for those of you who are unfamiliar with me and wondering why the hell you should listen to my opinion, my name is Thomas and I run a hairstyle YouTube channel. Over the past 3 years I’ve done A LOT of experimentation with with all different kinds of hair products and hairstyles, from man buns, to hair curling to keratin treatments all the way to playing with color hair wax.

I even did a video of me testing this color hair wax for the first time. If you are more of a video lover than a reader than you can check it out just below:

Thomas In Action - Color Hair Wax

Anyway, As you can see I've made quite a name for my self in this niche for myself on YouTube and I really take pride in giving thorough reviews. My overall mission is to show people that exploring their individuality can be extremely liberating and fun. If that sounds like something you are into then I want to invite you to join me and my community over on my YouTube channel.

Ok, seriously now let’s get into this review ahah.

What Does Color Hair Wax Look and Feel Like?

As I mentioned earlier, one of the main things that got me curious about this color hair wax was what it looked and felt like in my hand. What I instantly noted about it was:

  1. It was very creamy rather than waxy.
  2. It had a metallic/galactic look to it. I thought this was pretty cool as I had never seen anything like it.
  3. It was VERY pigmented and stained my fingers very easily. In other words I knew I was going to be making a
Mofajang color hair wax

Will Color Hair Wax Look Real or Fake in My Hair?

Another thing that got me curious was whether or not color hair wax would give my hair a realistic look or just totally fake. In all honesty, it doesn’t give you a “real” grey hair look. I think it would be rather far fetched to think that it would actually look real, I mean seriously.

However, I thought it looked quite groovy still and I would probably use it more so for a dress up party or an extravagant YouTube event that required me to stand out. Here are some pictures of how the pigment took to my extremely dark hair.

Before and After color hair wax

The main notes I had in terms of how the color hair wax looked in the end were:

  1. Looked AMAZING in pictures.
  2. It gave my hair a really textured look.
  3. The pigment was strong enough to completely cover my dark hair evenly.
  4. I had to be careful not to touch anything with my hair to avoid color transfer and getting it everywhere.
  5. It became a little stiff after about 20 minutes. I definitely could not run my fingers through it after application.

Although there are a number of pros and cons with color hair wax, I would still recommend it as a must try at least one. It’s a real experience in itself.

How Much Can I Buy Color Hair Wax For And Are There Other Colors?

Color hair wax is very cheap. I bought my Mofajang one from Amazon for about 12 bucks. For the experience and fun time I had with it I think it’s worth it.

And yes, Mofajang sells their color hair wax in multiple different colors.
You can get:

Grey Color Hair Wax

Grey/Silver: $10.99 - Buy Now

Blue Color Hair Wax

Blue: 11.99 - Buy Now

Red Color Hair Wax

Red: $11.99 - Buy Now

Orange Color Hair Wax

Orange: $10.99 - Buy Now

Purple Color Hair Wax

Purple: $10.99 - Buy Now

Green Color Hair Wax

Green: $10.99 - Buy Now

All of these color hair waxes look freaking cool too. Here is some other video review of them on YouTube for you to watch:


Sabrina Isabelle

The Pinay Kikay Store

How Do I Apply Color Hair Wax?

Applying color hair wax is tedious and messy process. Particularly because the pigment is so extreme and you actually need to use a lot of it to cover your hair. I thought it wouldn’t take very much to cover my hair but I ended up using a hell of a lot of the product. It just wasn’t very good for spreading. With some hair products, very little goes a long way. But with color hair wax this is not the case.

To apply it all I did was:

  1. Grab a massive chunk with my rude and index fingers
  2. Spread it evenly into my palm (that’s where it gets messy)
  3. Applied it to my hair until it was evenly covered.

The End

And that brings us to the end of this grey color hair wax review! I hope I was able to answer any curious questions you had a bout this product and I’m sure you’ll gain a lot more clarity by watching the above videos.

However, If you have some specific questions you want to ask, feel free to drop me a line in the comment box just below here and I’ll be happy to answer them 🙂

Until next time keep it real and don’t forget to subscribe to my channel on YouTube for some more awesome hair and style content. I post every Monday.

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Thanks a million! Have a wonderful day.

Big love,

Thomas In Action

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Comments 6

  1. Just wondering if it leaves the hair feeling hmmm…waxy. Maybe greasy or heavy or sticky? My hair is very thin and fine. Also, I wear my hair relatively short. I’ve been using semi-perm coloring for about2 years now. I get bored with colors quickly so I do something new about every3months. Thinking this might be a better alternative. Your thoughts? Thanks.

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  2. Hi Thomas, I’m really curious as to how runny it is. If it starts raining do I have to fear for my outfit being ruined? Or does it require warm water to be washed out?

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  3. HI, I’m sure I am way way older than your usual fans but I do have a question. I stopped dying my hair many years ago hoping to get that salt and pepper look. Once it all grew out there was no pepper, only salt. I am very fair with blue eyes so everything about me is pale. I thought one of these products would be good just to add some low lights for contrast. Is there another gray wax you would recommend just for the purpose of some highlights. Thanks

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