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According to Hone Style, in 2019 the most popular facial hair is the Balbo. Finding the best fit for your personality and taking care of it is always part of having expressionistic facial hair. Whatever your style may be we have you covered with this simple and easy hair wax blend. As with all aspects of our life we are being more aware of what we are putting on our bodies and hair, however that does not have to hinder the fun of bringing your personality to your facial hair. Watch me live on KGW8 on June 26th at 5pm, for a live clip from The Herb Shoppe for this month’s product making tip!Here’s what you will need:
Make a double boiler with 2 pots stacked on top of each other. Add water to the bottom and bring to a boil.
Add beeswax and coconut butter to the top pot and let melt. Add the Almond oil to the blend. Mix until all ingredients are on unit.
Set to the side and let cool until around 90 degrees. Use a candy thermometer to best see this temperature.
Mix all your essential oils to preferred scent in a separate mixing bowl. Once the temperate of wax and oil blend reaches 90 degrees add the essential oil to the blend.
Pour into desired containers.
Label and use away!
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