The other week I had the pleasure of being asked to attend an AXE hair styling event at GOTSTYLE, a leading menswear boutique and barbershop in Toronto. The event was amazing, I was surrounded by great people and was able to get my hair styled by AXE’s amazing product.
Hair is nature’s biggest compliment and fashion’s greatest accessory, especially when it demonstrates great style. And great style starts with great styling products. AXE hair styling products are created just for men so they can get the look they want, with less effort and more style.
Three Unique Looks
AXE hair styling products were created to help men achieve versatility through different looks that speak to their individuality:
“The Messy Look” | Tousled, Wind-Blown Hair
- AXE Messy Look Paste helps men keep that just-out-of-bed style all day. It provides texture and control and lets guys rework their style. It’s ideal for a short to medium length hairstyle.
- AXE Messy Gel delivers a 24-hour matte hold without the crunch or flakes of some other gels.
- Mix, Rake, Spin
“The Charged Spiked-Up Look” | Handsome Hair Explosion
- AXE Spiked Up Look Hair Putty helps men achieve a firm hold without a hard, crunchy feeling. It’s great for short to medium hair.
- AXE Spiked Up Look Extreme Hold Gel delivers 24 hours of sweat resistant hold for indestructible style. It provides low to high hold and shine and is great for short hair.
- Mix, Rake, Twist
“The Refined Clean-Cut Look” | Internationally Recognized, Flawless Hair
- AXE Refined Clean-Cut Look Pomade hair styling product helps clean up a man’s hair, giving it polish without looking wet. It provides manageability and lets men re-work their style. It’s ideal for a short to medium hairstyle.
- Mix, Rake, Comb
The retail price for AXE Hair Styling products ranges from $7.00 -$10.00
What I Wore:
Custom Blazer by Tailor 4 Less
Shirt and Pocket Square by Eton of Sweden at Harry Rosen Inc
Black Jeans by Cheap Monday
Shoes by Grenson Shoes at East Dane
Prescription Glasses by Gant at Clearly Contacts
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