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Thursday, January 06, 2011


Are you sick and tired of using the same old Hair Products? Then try these Products!

As a kid growing up in the late 1980s, the only hair products that I had at my disposal were mousse and gel. I never knew that pomades, brillatine, and waxes existed in the late 80s. It was not until the mid 90s, that I discovered a product that completely made me forget about gel and mousse. That product was Protein 29 by Mennen. Protein 29 gave my hair a natural healthy looking sheen. It did not make my hair look stiff or feel hard like an old cafeteria chocolate chip cookie. Eventually I became tired of Protein 29, and I stopped using hair products for a few years. Some years later I decided to use Vitalis hair tonic. Vitalis and Protein 29 are pretty much the same product with the exception of animal protein(Protein 29), and scent. I feel that Vitalis has a better smell than Protein 29. The smell of Vitalis is very masculine in my opinion. Protein 29 smells like a vintage house cleaning product.

Another product that left my hair looking great was Pro Vitamin Anti Frizz Serum. As far as I know this product is no longer being manufactured. Out of all of the hair products that I have used since I was a punk, this product put every other hair product to shame. It had a nice orange scent, and it did not make your hair feel heavy or greasy. It did not run down your hands or arms. It was very easy to control. Groom and Clean is another great hair product for men. It gives your hair great hold, and it can also be used to soften beards. These products really do work for almost every hair type. Give them a try. You will not be disappointed.

Protein 29 by Stephan Beauty.
Available at

Vitalis by Helen of Troy
Available at Wal-Mart

Pro Vitamin Anti Frizz Serum
Available at I do not know if this site has a good reputation or not.

Groom and Clean
Available at Wal-Mart and Walgreens.

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