How do I tell Klout that I’m a girl? Do they need to know that even though I’m a girl, I’ll try products developed for men? When they offered to send me a free product sample, I didn’t catch the fact that it was AXE, and therefore a men’s product. In fact, it wasn’t until after I tried the product and considered the masculine scent that I concluded it was a product for men. Since none of the men in my house were interested in trying the sample, I proceeded to test it out, fulfilling any implied commitment with the good people of Klout and AXE.
My thoughts on AXE’s Hold and Touch hair glue? It’s a cream, not a gel, and it goes on very smoothly. The hold is outstanding. There’s no flaking. Although advertised as a product for spiking hair, I used it on my mid- to longish tresses and was quite delighted with the taming results. If it weren’t for the masculine scent, I’d recommend it to my girl friends. None of the guys I know spike their hair, so I’m not the best marketing candidate for this product. However, if the opportunity presents itself, I’ll gladly tout the strengths of this hair glue.
DISCLAIMER: I was given a free product or sample because I’m a Klout influencer. I was under no obligation to receive the sample or talk about this company. I get no additional benefits for talking about the product or company.