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 Post subject: Honey as a moustache wax alternative
PostPosted: 6:04 on Wednesday March 9th 2011 
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As I mentioned in one video on using glue instead of wax, I have used honey to style my moustache. It works great, but of course is not at all water resistant and dries very shiny. Coat the hair with it carefully - not too much - then comb into place and hit it with the blow dryer to get it good and hard. Might be an amusing surprise for your sweet heart.

Give it a try and post here about the reactions you get from your "honey".

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 Post subject: Re: Honey as a moustache wax alternative
PostPosted: 15:39 on Wednesday March 9th 2011 
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All I can say is "hmmmm...."

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 Post subject: Re: Honey as a moustache wax alternative
PostPosted: 3:44 on Tuesday April 26th 2011 
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Too funny, I'm going to try this but I'll wait for the weekend. I don't know about experimenting with honey on a work day. I don't normally use a blow dryer. The heat hardens the honey? I would think it would melt it.
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 Post subject: Re: Honey as a moustache wax alternative
PostPosted: 19:32 on Saturday April 30th 2011 
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Remember, the honey will be shiny, so try not to get any on your skin or it looks even stranger. I don't know there is any way to get rid of the shine. I thought of mineral powder women use for makeup, but don't have any, and it might be a different color.

No, honey has water in it so as it dries it gets harder. Think of how it is when there are dried drips on the outside of the honey jar.

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