Category: Mustache Growth

How to Make Mustache Wax at Home

How to Make Mustache Wax at Home

How to Make Mustache Wax at Home

Want to know how to make mustache wax at home? Do you have questions regarding how to use this wax, how to style with it and want to include in order to improve the strength and the conditioning of your mustache hair? Well you have come to the right place.

Once you learned how to make mustache wax at home then you don’t need to buy the overpriced waxes increasingly being pushed to men of all ages by grooming brands the world over. These waxes, like all beauty products, are made using cheap and simple ingredients, before a fancy package and a huge price tag is added.

There’s no need for this. You can get the same quality, the same benefits and more without paying anything once you learn how to make mustache wax at home. So, let’s get to it and show you just how to do that.

How to Make Mustache Wax at Home

There are two simple ingredients that you can use to make mustache wax at home. One of these, coconut oil, we have discussed a lot already on this website. It is abundant, it is cheap, and it can work wonders on your skin and your hair follicles. Not only that, but it is great for mixing with other substances and for using in waxes, creams and other beauty products.

The second ingredient to make mustache wax at home is beeswax. This is where the consistency comes from, but it’s much more than that. Beeswax can help to protect your hair and it can make styling easy, giving you complete control over the shape of your mustache.

The main purpose of these products is to style. They can also help to create a protective layer for your skin and your hair. They don’t really provide much nourishment to your hair follicles, but that’s not the purpose of these products anyway. It’s all about getting the consistency right and doing so with products that are natural, skin-friendly and easy to get ahold of.

Once you do that then you can start adding additional ingredients to create something that is a little more of a premium product.

Other Mixes to Make Mustache Wax

How to Make Mustache Wax

To combine the two ingredients you just need to add 1 part of each and then gently melt them in a pan. Mix to combine, wait to cool and then you will have a wax. It is as simple as that. If you don’t have coconut oil or you just don’t want to use it, there are other oils that you can use. You really need to keep the beeswax, as it adds a thickness and a viscousness that is essential for the mixture. But you can experiment with the additions.

Soon we will show you how to make mustache wax at home using extra special ingredients in addition to oil and wax. But sticking with the base ingredients all of the following can be used in place of coconut oil. Just bear in mind that you might need to change the recipe a little. Coconut oil sets when it cools, but other oils don’t. So, the more of a liquid it is, the more beeswax you will need to add.

Aragon Oil

This is a great oil to help your hair and skin. That’s why you will find it in shampoo, styling products and more. Argan oil is potent and super healthy stuff. We’ve all been led to believe that it’s also a premium product, which is why you’ll find it being included in countless mustache waxes, gels and creams out there.

Just make sure you get the pure stuff. There are many mixes out there that brand themselves as “argan oil” formulas, but actually contain very small amounts of it. And remember that this is an oil that can be consumed, so you may be able to find it for less in a grocery store.

Olive Oil

Another food that can be consumed but it also considered a premium product, olive oil is a miracle substance. It can help you on the inside and the outside. It’s also very cheap. You will pay more for higher quality oils, of course, but when it comes to putting it on your skin those finer points concerning the taste don’t really matter. A simple extra virgin olive oil will do.

Castor Oil

There are many benefits to castor oil. It’s high in Vitamin E, which can provide many benefits to your skin and your hair follicles. It can also help to kill the bacteria that lies on your skin and inhibits hair growth. So, grow that mustache thicker and longer, while styling it at the same time.

How to Make Mustache Wax at Home: Adding More

Create Mustache Wax

If you want to go the extra mile and create something a little more premium, then you can. All of the following ingredients can be added to create a more nourishing and higher end product, one that more closely resembles the expensive mustache waxes that you can find:

  • Biotin, Vitamin E: There are a few benefits that can work wonders on your hair and your skin. You don’t need to use this in high doses, they are easy to come by and they are perfectly safe and harmless. Many vitamins will not work when applied to the skin, but you can use vitamin like Vitamin E, which most definitely do. Biotin may also help the process.
  • Essential Oils: There are many great essential oils that can be added without changing the consistency of the mustache wax. You just need a few drops and you can combine different ones. Sandalwood oil, lavender oil and sage oil are all great. You can find more on our Essential Oils for Hair Growth page. If you do use essential oils, make sure you don’t go overboard and be sure to mix the liquid well to get an even spread.
  • Extracts: You can use all kind of extracts to help the process. Everything from a lemon peel extract that you can create yourself to nettle extract that is used in many popular hair growth formulas. If it’s safe, it’s cheap and you don’t need a lot of it, then think about adding it to this mixture.
How to Grow a Mustache Fast

How to Grow a Mustache Fast

How to Grow a Mustache Fast

Want to know how to grow a mustache fast? Planning on joining what is a very elite club of handbag mustache owners? Then this is the guide for you.

On this page we will show you how to grow a mustache fast. There are many vitamins, supplements, medications and oil that you can use to increase the volume of your hair; to get rid of bald spots; and to generally create a cool and stylish mustache.

How to Grow a Thick Mustache

Growing a thick mustache is simply a case of growing more hair and making sure that the hair you have is well cared for. As discussed in our article on the hair growth cycle, all hair grows at the same rate and we all go through the same cycle. The problem is, some of us spend less time in the growth stage of this cycle than others. As a result, the hair doesn’t grow as long because it dies before it reaches the required length. This can slow the overall growth process down, meaning it takes a long time for anything to grow, while keeping everything thin and wiry when it does grow.

There are a few things that you need to do to stop this from happening. The first is to make sure that you keep your mustache hair healthy, protected, hydrated and nourished. Not only are you protecting the hair and stopping it from getting damaged, but you’re also nourishing the follicle and helping with growth. You also need to make sure you body has the required vitamins and minerals to help with the growth process.

Luckily, there are a few simple steps that you can take to help with this. It’s all about vitamin and oils, and if that still doesn’t work then throw some medications into the mix.

Vitamins for Mustache Growth

It’s best not to start buying loads of vitamins, shampoos and other mixtures and then trying to work these into your mustache. Instead, just make sure that your diet contains plenty of B Vitamins, Vitamin C and Vitamin D, as well as Zinc and Iron. Don’t go overboard. There isn’t even a need to take multi-vitamins. Just eat a healthy and balanced diet and you’ll be doing all you can to help your hair growth.

Oils for Mustache Growth

Oils for Mustache Growth

To learn how to grow a mustache fast then you need to get acquainted with oils. And we’re not talking about the hipster-branded oils you’ll find in premium subscription bottles and nestled away in the disproportionately small “men’s” section of beauty shops. These products are overpriced and often contain very small quantities of the oils that actually provide the benefits.

The idea is the same though: you use oils to protect and to lock in vitamins and nourishment. There are many oils that can help with this and they are all widely available, abundant and incredibly cheap. In fact, you might have a few of them in your home already:

Castor Oil: Products like Jamaican Black Castor Oil are perfect for nourishing you mustache. To learn how to grow a mustache fast you need to get to grips with castor oil. Buy a few bottles, apply it daily and leave it in for a few hours. It contains Vitamin E to help the skin and the hair follicles, and it can also kill bacteria that linger on your skin.

Olive Oil. You might be surprised to see this mentioned in an article title How to Grow a Mustache Fast, but it works as well for on stash as it does on your Caesar Salad. Maybe not as well as castor oil, but it’s still hugely beneficial and it’s even more common in our homes.

Argan Oil: A popular oil for shampoos and beard oils, argan oil is another great oil that can protect and nourish. It is also cheaper than you might think, just make sure you buy it in its purest form and avoid over-priced products that contain very small quantities of it.

Minoxidil for Mustache Growth

Minoxidil for Mustache Growth

Minoxidil works great for hair growth on your head, but it also works everywhere else. It works by stimulating hair follicles and helping them to grow, and that applies as much on your scalp as it does on your mustache and your beard. The speed of growth is the same, as is the rate of growth.

The fact that you are probably using it to speed up growth and not to grow hair where there was none should also mean that it works quicker. If you are using it for bald spots on your upper lip, however, then it will need several months to work, just like Minoxidil does when applied to your scalp.

How to Grow a Handlebar Mustache

Handlebar Mustache Growth

To grow a handlebar mustache you just need to follow the above steps to get a strong and healthy mustache in the first place, and then prune and shape it. You also need something to shape your mustache and to hold it into place. There are creams and gels on the market, but these are expensive and often filled with chemicals.

Instead, think about using a mixture made from aloe vera gel and castor oil. It will help to hold things in place, while also helping your skin, your follicles and your hair. You can use coconut oil for the same purpose. It provides a thicker, gel-like protection for the hair and allows you to shape it like you would with a regular mustache cream.

How Long Does it Take to Grow a Mustache?

A good mustache can take several months to develop. Typically, you will start seeing results in a few weeks. We all grow hair at the same rate and it doesn’t add up to very much, but because it’s such a small and visible place, it doesn’t take a great deal. Your mustache should become full within a few weeks, it should be thick and ready to shape within a couple months, and you can have your full handlebar mustache within 3 to 4 months.

If you are struggling to get results in that time then the above article on how to grow a mustache fast should be able to speed up the process. In fact, it might be able to shave as much as a month off the process, while making sure the end result is much better.