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Alpha is amazed at the men's hair product drugstore options. In this video men's style, grooming, fitness and lifestyle expert, Aaron Marino of IAmAlphaM, AaronMarino, and Pete & Pedro is buying and testing drugstore hair products. He's heading to Walgreens for alternatives to Pete and Pedro Putty.
With fresh clean hair, Alpha tries each of the 5 hair products:
1. American Crew Fiber ($19.00) - the price is the same as Pete and Pedro Putty and the most expensive of these 5 products. It's fresh smelling, a bit of shine, and hold is decent although he feels it will go flat as soon as he goes outside. Overall, it remains a great product.
2. Axe Spiked Up ($9.50) - it's super messy, sticky, and paste-like. It has the highest hold of all 5 products. After styling, his hair feels dry with a waxy residue. Note that after he washed his hair, he can still smell the Axe. The scent is intense.
3. Old Spice Putty ($8.00) - smells mild and is really soft. The more you heat it up, the scent becomes stronger (and not to Alpha's liking in regard to the fragrance). The product goes into his hair easier than Axe but has a much lower hold than American Crew and Axe.
4. Dove Sculpting Paste ($7.75) - mild fragrance, stiff, and emulsifies easily. The hold is not great (it's medium; not as good as the Axe) but on-par with American Crew (and half the price of American Crew). Overall, this product was Alpha's favorite of all 5 tested.
5. Got2B Glued Spiking Wax ($7.00) - a higher hold with a mild scent and similar in consistency to Dove. It's very sticky, heavy, and waxy. This product is the least favorite in terms of performance.
If you put any of these products in wet hair and let air dry, they'll lock it down. A cost effective and good product is the Dove Sculpting Paste. American Crew is really good too. The other three are decent, but the lower price equates to lower quality ingredients. Note that Alpha prefers Pete and Pedro Putty above all of these products and would spend the extra bucks on the hair he cherishes. Additionally, unlike other brands where one product is good, the entire line Pete and Pedro line is superior with super high quality.
Alpha, I'm a regular viewer, but there's no way that I'm spending 30€ for a hair product (Pete & Pedro) so I do think imma just stick to the cheap stuff even though it may not be too good for my hair as Pete & Pedro
I agree... I’ve done the same tests. My bathroom has partially used cans of everything. Dove is a mainstay for me. And Crew Fiber. I’m also gonna try the Pete & Pedro next.
Here’s what I’m looking to find out. Crew Boost Powder ?!? Can you review it? I’ve been reading about it. Was wondering if I can get the same results using Crew Fiber and Baby Powder. And it did change the hold of the Fiber but couldn’t really see any difference in thickness. As I get older I’m getting thinner Nd wonder if boost powder may be an option. But it’s an expensive trial to do. One last thing, when using the Boost powder should I use a gel, pomade (hate), Fiber or paste with it.
Hope to see your review of it soon.
I don't mind OldSpice Forge Putty. I rather like the smell, but its just so damn strong. Hell, I smell it in my hair the next day after shampoo AND conditioner. I however recommend Pacino's products. They smell decent, not too strong, and they hold pretty decently. If you want a decently cheap, halfway decent water based pomade, I recommend their pomade.
I have no idea why you would apply it in your hair *before* blow-drying; they're not pre-stylers. The reason why you're able to style afterwards without a post-styler is because your hair is naturally healthy and voluminous, but that's misleading to the rest of us
You know I hear it's bad to wash your hair everyday and a lot because you wash off the natural oils or something from your hair and scalp and can cause extreme dandruff. Well if that's the case, how do you remove hair product from your hair if you aren't supposed to wash your hair everyday and you style your hair almost everyday?
Check out Blumaan testing out cheap products or Ben Arthur talking about budget hair products from the high street.
As for me, I recently ordered Fish Soho hardcore hold putty from the UK and it actually works very well
Not sure if anyone has commented about this yet. But the wave products for my brothers are much better than any of the crap marketed to us white boys. Head to the non ether centric section and get some Murray's, dax, or 360 style. Been using it in my hair since my roommate in college introduced it to me.
In Australia we call "AXE" "LYNX" and i can say from my experience that the product you used didn't give a very good representation of the brand considering that the stuff i use is no where near that bad
I used the orange axe for about a year and my barber started to comment on my hair, asking what product i used for my hair because my hair condition was getting worse. I use the got 2 b now and my hair just looks and is a lot better than it used to.
I've tried the Pete and Pedro Putty for almost 7 months now, and although I don't know if it's "the best", it's certainly great and easy to work with. I've heard some negative things about their other products though
I’ve had better with crew fiber when used it on my cold hair while it was almost dry. Water kills the hold and so does heat. After I styled I would use hair spray to help hold. After all that my hair would look too perfect is “gelled” so I fished by messing it up and breaking a little bit of the hair spray hold. So crew fiber can work well it just takes extra steps.
Braselton presents “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” on Town Green.
(Braselton) Movie fans will delight seeing “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” on the Braselton Town Green on Saturday, July 14 at dusk.
The award-winning film, Episode 8 in the storied series, stars Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Daisy Ridley in the American epic space opera film. Rated PG-13, with the destruction of the Republic, the evil First Order reins. Now Supreme Leader Snoke looks to crush what’s left of the Resistance and cement his grip on the galaxy. But hope survives. Rey has found Luke Skywalker, a legendary Jedi Master who can change the tide of war. The movie runs 2 Ѕ hours.
Movies on the Braselton Town Green are presented by the Braselton Visitors Bureau at no charge. Patrons are encouraged to bring chairs or blankets and enjoy the variety of concessions at the park. Town Green is located at 9924 Davis Street, and for additional information visit www.braseltonevents.com.
July rocks for teens and tweens at Braselton Library.
(Braselton) In addition to its standard children’s summer programs at the Braselton Library, the staff believes the library is an important place for teens and tweens and offers programming opportunities especially for them.
Several events are slated for July for fun and learning retention. Teens may retrieve a list of about forty random items for the “Take Home Scavenger Hunt” beginning July 12 and return their loot to the library on Saturday, July 14 by 12:30 PM. In prior events, some items were a four-leaf clover, a local business card and a Mead Trapper-Keeper.
Snacks, games and outdoor fun are promised for the “Rockin’ Beach Party” on Thursday, July 19. Teens and adults may reserve a 30-minute exploration of the Oculus Rift virtual reality experience is offered on July 20 and 21. And tween movies are scheduled for July 10 (“Paddington 2”) and July 24 (“The Tale of Desperaux”) at 10:30 AM.
“We are responding to the wishes expressed by our community’s tweens, teens and their parents,” says library manager, Lori Hayes. “Our children’s programs continue to be popular, and we believe these programs will be well received and successful as well.”
The Braselton Library is at 15 Brassie Lane in the town’s historic district. Contact 706.654-1992 for additional information and reservations.
Braselton readies “Celebrate July 4th” festivities.