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Professional beard products
Made in France
Great for men's grooming

Hairgum

The Mat Paste

R99

Retail: R180

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Please Note:
  • Due to the nature of this product, it cannot be returned unless sealed and in original packaging.
About

The Hairgum Mat Paste is a new generation of water-based, non-greasy wax. This sculpting paste provides a natural hold, a reinforced texture and a matt effect. A natural hold and matt effect, without stickiness or greasiness thanks to a water-based formula.

Product Features
  • Normal hold
  • Matt effect
  • Reinforced texture
  • Easy to wash out
  • Fragrance: Toffee
  • User:
    • For short to mid-long hair. For destructured hairstyles with a tousled effect.
    • For anyone who wants a styled-tousled effect and a reinforced texture.
    • A natural hold and matt effect, without stickiness or greasiness thanks to a water-based formula.
  • Key ingredients:
    • Vaseline: blend of highly purified and refined waxes and oils of mineral origin.
    • White Clay (Kaolin): Mattifying agent. Cleans and purifies hair.
    • Tapioca Starch: Mattifying agent.
  • Size: 2.82 OZ/80g
  • Made in France

For more information, please visit Hairgum

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