If you’re the kind of guy that has looked at himself at the mirror at least once in his life, the first thing you would have noticed was how your hair looks. A good haircut plays a fundamental role in the way others perceive you. However, there’s something even more valuable than a good haircut: the hair product you use.

Choosing the right hair product is a time consuming and (sometimes) expensive task. However, Mojo Hair is here to help! After working many years in the male grooming industry, British chap, Paul Adrian, decided to “scratch his creative itch” and produce his own range of hair products in the beginning of 2014. 

Combining that rock n’roll vibe with bits of “Britishness” typical of a Paul Smith suit, Mojo Hair offers a variety of products that are suitable for a variety of individuals: from the “no fuss” guy to the gentleman who dresses up for the occasion. It simply gives you a look that you just can’t replicate with other products.

If you’re looking for long-lasting hold, look no further than the Mojo Hair Fibre Shaper; regardless of your hair length, this water-based product will give you the ultimate control on the hair for your preferred style. 

For those kinds of guys who prefer a more “undone” look instead, Mojo offers the Hair Moulding Clay, the type of product that gives that natural finish without damaging your hair. Definitely something most guys underestimate!

The products are currently stocked in selected grocers and in specialised barber shops but keep in mind, they run out really quickly! Once you go Mojo, you never go back!


Mattia Cozzi is an Italian menswear enthusiast who has been in the industry for the last 7 years. After living in Sydney for the past 5 years, he's noticed there is a lack of appreciation and knowledge to be a modern gentleman. For him, clothes are a true reflection of an individual's personality, something that they can be cherished and loved throughout the years and something that only get better with time. When not working, Mattia also enjoys vintage shopping and bar hopping in local jazz bars, a genre that has vastly influenced his personal style.

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