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Why I Think That The Park Avenue Beer Shampoo Is Not For Women


It Is So Not For Women!

I finally gave in and bought the Park Avenue Beer Shampoo yesterday. Nope not for me but for the pati... Yes for the pati and no I shall never use it or even review it. Why? Cause I believe that The Park Avenue Beer Shampoo Is Not For Women! :P

No no, it doesn't say so on the bottle and neither is it advertised anywhere. It's just the feeling I get and the business logic that I am using... Let me elucidate :)

  1. Park Avenue as a brand has never ever brought out anything for women. It mostly caters to toiletries and hygiene products for men.
  2. They came out with a shampoo and not with a conditioner to go with it! Oh come on that was a huge give away!
  3. They made the whole packaging resemble a beer bottle! Really? If you are targeting a female market then I don't think it really makes sense! I mean yes I know that a lot women do indulge in beer cravings but seriously I myself as a beer drinking woman would prefer it over a neon pink or a pastel green colored feminine bottle! The exact reason why I am going GA-GA over The Dove Elixirs!
  4. The whole fact that they have made the product smell like Beer. Well first off, let me clarify that it does NOT smell like beer. Beer smells like heaven on a hot-dry day. But this shampoo smells like Artificial Beer. It does! And I in no way see it wooing a woman! Imagine, coming out of a bath smelling like beer! Imagine cuddling up to your guy with your hair smelling like beer! No ways!
  5. Let's face it... We are Women! When we want bouncy, shiny hair, we will secretly wash out hair with stale beer after conditioning. But we shall tell the world that we were born with gorgeous hair naturally ;)
  6. And finally, the warning that they have on their label, wouldn't really be there if the product was meant for women. Looking at real beer too, we get the first urge to put it on our hair first and then think about drinking it! :P
Please note that this post is in jest! I have no intention of causing a controversy or hurting anyone! This is supposed to be FUNNY! And don't be surprised if one of the writers at ISLM actually come up with a review post on this Beer Shampoo ;) #JustSaying
 

Comments

  1. ha ha.... i have rinsed my hair with beer in goa.... no farak :(

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    1. no farak??? Oink! Beer makes my hair my soft but just for a couple of hours... then its back to square 1 :P

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  2. haha!!! I totally agree with whatever you wrote :) I got this shampoo too for trying & its does good to my hair too :)

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    1. giggle giggle.. i guess we are all buying it for novelty... don't think anyone of us would be REpurchasing it :P

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  3. LOL ! the main reason i didn't buy it was the uggh fregrance n not so flattering packaging !

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  4. I cringe at the thought of having it on my bathroom shelf with all my other pretty packagings...
    yeoooowwwch

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    1. LOL... trust me it is not a welcome thought :P quite cringe-worthy it is :D

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  5. hahaha hillarious article.. loved it... but the bottle sure looks funky and interesting... but i shudder to to even think abt me smellinbg like beer !
    neha

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    1. glad u find it funny babe ;) and yup smelling like beer would be horrible! Imagine someone in office pointing it out! I'd die of embarrassment! :P

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  6. This was fun!! But do men get shiny and bouncy hair? :P I was thinking of getting a bottle to freak my mum! :P

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    1. ROFL ROFL! hahahah getting a bottle for your mum would be the limit! superb idea btw ;) I think i'll freak my mom out ;)

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  7. Haha....loved this post...so witty ;)

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  8. lovely post Sam.. even I think this shampoo is meant more for men than women.. but I still accept the fact tht I like this shampoo.. smell doesn't linger on, so i dont find a prob wid tht..
    but loved ur compilation :))

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    1. hahahah am so glad you saw the funny side of the whole post ;) you know, I know a lot of girls you are actually in love with the product and i am soo tempted to try it our right now :P

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  9. Ha ha... nice points you have got to support that it is not for women! Dont know why, but i was never interested in buying it!

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  10. No offense meant but I think this post is pretty stupid. I know a lot of women who love beer.

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    1. sweetheart if you would have read the post "thoroughly" you would have noticed that the writer i.e. me is also a Beer lover ^_^
      Plus the post has nothing against beer loving women...
      Finally, the disclaimer darling... the disclaimer tsk tsk :)

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    1. *giggle* *giggle* thankooooozzz Tanveer :D ♥

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  12. Oh this was hilarious! I loved how you have elaborated each and every point ;)
    *wink*

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