I love the Halloween season – the costumes together with masks or makeup, the candy, the hair gel, and the trick-or-treaters. Yep, it’s a time of year where almost anything goes. Along with other activities, part of the fun of the season is dressing up in full costume including head gear, or if you are leery about using a type of head gear you can style your hair to match your costume with a hair gel like Zach’s Wax. Years ago, when I sewed quite a bit, I made a clown costume, which served me faithfully for several years. I still have this costume on hand today, but will admit that it has seen better days. Aside from its appearance, the material itself was not designed to wear in the warmer southern climate, and needless to say, the wig was always on the uncomfortable side, and the oily makeup made my face itch the entire time I was in costume. That’s why I am glad there are different options today. No more pasty white makeup for me, thank you. I’ll stick with something a bit more contemporary and accessorize in other ways.
It’s September already, which means that Halloween is right around the corner. Time to start thinking about what costume you want to wear this year for all those parties and for your children when they go trick-or-treating. The trend for costumes usually follows the more popular characters, albeit a movie or cartoon creature. This is true for the younger children, but the older children usually will go with the old favorites like Freddy Krueger, Frankenstein and the like. While many of these costumes have coordinating masks that go with the costumes, some of those masks are somewhat confining and restrict the view of the wearer. Hence, many parents will opt to forego the mask and use makeup of some sort to create the desired look. Of course, you can’t forget the hair gel like Zach’s Wax.
Zach’s Wax is de bomb!
Zach’s Wax is a family owned and operated business dedicated to making a difference. And that it has. Zach’s Wax is pure fun for the entire family!
Zach’s Wax is sold in a kit, which includes a 1 ounce tube of colored hair gel, a pair of disposable gloves for easy clean up, and a mascara brush for applying the gel. Each tube of colored hair gel will cover at least 2 heads. It is super easy to use and the application process takes only a few minutes of your time, by merely brushing the gel into your dry hair. With a selection of 9 standard colors, including red, pink, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, black and white, you will have always have the color you need.
Check out Jenn’s Blah Blah Blog’s You Tube page for a video on the application process.
I can think of lots of places where I can sport my new hair style using Zach’s Wax. It is a great addition to various activities like High School Pep Rallies, College Tail Gate Parties, July 4th Celebrations, Community Sporting events, and of course, the upcoming Halloween season. The greatest feature of this hair gel is the fact that it is water based, so it is purely temporary! It washes out simply with shampoo and water.
Join Zach’s Wax on their Facebook page, Twitter, and on You Tube. You can purchase Zach’s Wax products from their online store. The single kit retails for $9.99 while the double kit retails for $16.99.
I had so much fun applying Zach’s Wax color hair gel. I can’t wait to get into the Halloween mood. It will be especially fun to use this to accent my costume this year, and think that you will love it, as well.
Bought some Zach’s Wax at Target the other day. GREAT product!
Zach’s Wax does sound like a perfect item to use for Halloween. It is great that it is sold as a kit.
Looks like a great product, I would try it. I think it would be a great resource for people who are thinking of making a dramatic color change. They can use the wax to see if they like the change, and if they don’t they can just wash it out and try a different color.
I was waiting to see the finished product! Perhaps the big reveal will be around Halloween? I like that is is sold as a kit. Like you said, there’s plenty of colors and enough to go around.
Cute hair! Reading about hair wax reminded me of the time my son decided to put glue in his hair for Halloween. He wasn’t trying to be the Statue of Liberty, but that’s exactly what he looked like. I’m sure Zack’s Wax is easier to wash out.