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If you had to guess who gets spends the most on haircuts yearly, would you think it’s me or Zach? If you think Zach is the one blowing the hair budget, you would not be wrong. We have all sorts of requirements around here when it comes to Zach’s hair upkeep. First of all, under no circumstances can his hair grow so long that it touches the top of his ears (hence the frequent haircuts). Then there is the whole issue of products. I have never met anyone in my life so particular about scents, textures and the sheen a product leaves on your hair (is that even a thing?!?). In short, Zach missed a calling in life to product test men’s grooming products. Lucky for him I have this here blog and volunteered him as tribute to try out Hair by Harry’s.
Harry’s is already well known for their high quality and affordable razors and this summer they launched a haircare line including Taming Cream, Sculpting Gel, Hair Putty and 2 in 1 Shampoo & Conditioner. The best part is that the entire line can be purchased online at Walmart! We recently put Harry’s to the test on Zach’s well-kept mane and it did not disappoint! Zach said he has five requirements when searching for hair product. It has to work well, smell good (obviously), has to be strong enough to hold his hair in place but not too sticky, can’t leave a weird residue on his strands and it can’t burn his eyes when he starts sweating. Zach works in construction and frequently wears a hard hat for job site visits. I’m pleased to announce that Harry’s not only passed the initial inspection and application but it also held up throughout the work day.
As a company, Harry’s is committed to excellent products, affordability and giving back. They have a team of more than 600 engineers, designers and chemists and make their products from the finest materials and ingredients. They own their German factory where they grind the high-grade steel and manufacture the products. This means that Harry’s not only can control 100% of the development process and quality but also the cost to the consumer. I also think Harry’s is a quality brand because they set aside 1% of their sales to charitable organizations that share their goal of bringing mental health care to men everywhere. Any time a company can merge cutting edge technology, superior quality, smart marketing and philanthropy I am a fan.
If the man in your life is looking to switch up his haircare products, I highly suggest Harry’s. And yes, Zach does too.
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