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1880 Mustache Wax

1880 Mustache Wax

Regular price $13.00 USD
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Mustache hair can be a bit tricky, but Warlord Mustache Wax rises to every mission. Tame and style your stache with these medium hold, all-natural, petroleum-free, waxes. Whether you prefer a natural, laying style or the natty handlebars of a Gentleman of Distinction, Warlord Mustache Wax has you covered. 

Warlord Mustache Wax comes in a 1 oz. screw top tin 

About the 1880 scent: Indulge in the allure of 1880, a captivating scent that will leave a lasting impression. Picture yourself by a warm fire, savoring a smooth drink and delving into The Art of War. As she passes by, she'll be drawn in by the rich blend of bergamot, tangerine, oak moss, and patchouli. With 1880, you're always in charge of the moment. This sophisticated scent is as smooth as you are, and what happens next, is up to you. Experience the power of 1880 today.

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    An extra little tidbit: The gentleman featured on all 1880 products is Bud's great grandfather, Bud Hadley. Bud was named after him. 1880 was the year he was born.

    A portion of your purchase will be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital & K9s For Warriors. 

    Ingredientsbeeswax, coconut oil, essential, and/or fragrance oils


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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 7 reviews
    Tom Dragt
    Best wax on the planet!

    I’ve tried several other brands and Warlord is hand down the best wax. I’m an actor in Old West films and my mustache is very important!

    Keep’n it classy

    I’m a veteran carpet muncher and this is hands down our favorite! Keeps the stache smelling good and on point! Good job WARLORD

    Gary M.
    Great wax

    Great mustache wax, smells great and keeps the stache undercontrol and soft.

    Griego Daniel
    Best mustache wax

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    Jordan .

    Excellent if Tom Selleck only knew his stache would be so much better.