I have been using the Wild Hare UK Styling Clay for a couple of weeks.
As I have said in a couple of other posts, I had spent almost two decades mostly with hair at around a grade one, so to suddenly have hair and have the option of so many new types of hair care, it was weird.
One thing I did know and that was that I was unwilling to use mass-produced hair care products that contain ingredients that require you to have a degree in chemistry to understand the label.
So I was pleased to see that as well as beard care, there was also handmade and small batch hair care products and some of them were being produced by the beard care brands.
Having reviewed for Wild Hare UK already, I was pleased to receive a tin of their Wild Hare Paste / Styling Clay.
I have used a couple of hair clays and I have to say that I like it. I wish that back in the 80’s this was about instead of me using the L’Oreal gels (oh the shame).
The Wild Hare Paste is a blend of;
- Kaolin clay
- Camelia tea oil
- Shea butter
- Castor oil
- Bees wax
It is easy to scoop some out and a little goes a very, very long way.
I like the feel of my hair with clay unlike some of the other products and this is a very nice clay.
It is smooth and as I said it isn’t too dry and so isn’t a problem scooping some out. I literally run the side of my finger over the top and get a small amount before working it in my hands and working it into my hair.
It is scented with the Harold scent which is apple, aftershave and lime, but I am mainly getting that crisp and fresh apple scent from it, but I like it.
The Wild Hare UK Styling Clay comes in a 90g tin and costs £12.99 from the website.