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Axe Shampoo

mulansauce

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I never post in these parts, so pardon my ignorance if this is a dumb thread. Has anyone tried the new line of Axe shampoos? I hate their advertising and their douchebag scents, but their "depoof" shampoo seems promising if it works as advertised. I have really thick, poofy hair (think Rob Blagojevich) and I am always on the hunt for effective "depoofing" agents. Most shampoo seems marketed toward women and obsessed with producing volume--this is one of the first I have seen that actively touts its depoofing. It's only 4.99 at Target, so I will pick some up this afternoon and report back if anyone is interested. http://www.target.com/Axe-Depoof-Sha.../dp/B001K4DKDO
 

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I use Pantene Pro-V... seems to be doing the job fairly well.
 

singhstyle

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Yeah, let me know how it is. They also have a hair gel you know.
 

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I know their body gel is very good. Smells are good not too strong also. I like the deodorant as well.
 

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I have yet to try their shampoo but I do use their deodorant.

Does the job quite nicely.
 

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Poof is a problem. A quick review would be great.
 

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i once got there body wash, it had a good smell and it wasnt to strong at all, you could only smell it if you put your nose right next to your arm or some other place
 

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i'm bald you insensitive prick!
 

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^yeah. even though i'm a prissy ***** about clothes and stuff, i've never been too particular about skin care stuff. always had good skin, zit free. i just use dove.
 

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Deodorant is solid, I would go Crew or Aveda for shampoo.
 

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I hate the Aveda for Men shampoo (plus the same conditioner) - left my hair never really feeling clean and it got oily again faster than usual.

I'm using Herbal Essences Hydralicious targeting shampoo and conditioner now - smells a little girly to start with, but it works better than anything I've tried on my long hair (which curls a bit at the and can be poofy).
 

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