I wouldn't say this has spectacular hold. If I need so sculpt I will use a second stiffer wax. This isn't a bad thing though. A hard wax that sets like stone isn't what you need every day.
It is however an awesome base wax to give control and body to your mo. Very easy to apply and spread through, your tash will look and feel full. It is definitely what you need if you are applying a very hard wax to condition and protect that hair before setting it in concrete. You also don't have to use as much hard wax if you have already used this as a base.
With a subtle and awesome woodland scent, it part of my everyday moustache regimen.
*For those having issues applying it; Scrape a small, pea sizes blob off with four or five scratches using the back of your thumb nail. Then move the blob to your index and middle fingers of the left hand and warm it up with the same fingers of the opposite hand. Don't spread it past the first joint, just use the tips to apply it to the mo. This isn't a beard balm, you don't use it all over the hand and it shouldn't feel like that out of the tin.
Even in winter I find it soft and smooth compared to other harder waxes. If you think this one is hard to warm up, my guess is you haven't used many other wax brands.