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In this episode of BradGrahamTV, Brad looks at one of the myths of hair. Does Mayo make your hair shinier? Healthier? Let's ...
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Brad Graham Hey guys, Brad Graham from BradGrahamTV.com. And today, this is a Myth Busterious episode of BradGrahamTV.com. You know, years and years cutting hair, doing hair, being in style; you’ve heard these stories. You don’t have to be in hair shop. The ones like, “Oh, I put egg on my hair, egg white.” Or, “I put beer on my hair.” Or, “I put cinnamon.” Or, “I soaked my hair in pancake syrup.” You know, “My hair feels good.”
One of them that we’ve been hearing about for years and years is “I put mayonnaise on my hair.” Why? I thought, why would you put mayonnaise? “Oh, it makes it so soft and lovely.” You know, there are some fantastic high and beautiful conditioners that leave-in conditioners. And all in all is one in rave. You can buy it here at Brad Graham. You have a conditioner here. Nancy, do we have a conditioner here?
Let me show you this first. This is what we do recommend, very nice. And look, we have it in big party size for all of you long haired ladies out there. Let’s go with the real stuff. But just in case you’re in a pinch, I don’t know if you can get in and see all these. We’re going to do a Myth Buster’s episode. Be careful where you’re focusing down there Noah. For god’s sake man, it’s the PG13 show. We’re going to try some No Name Mayonnaise. And we’ll do a test. We’ll do a little test on my beautiful model here.
What we’ll do is this. Let’s part it down the center. And we’ll put some mayonnaise on one side. And we’ll put my conditioner on the other. We’ll let it sit for three or four days. And now we’ll rinse it with a garden hose. And we’ll feel. I will feel the one side and the other side. And I’ll give you my recommendations. Let’s have that. So, here we go, split it down center. And we’re just going to do the tips. We don’t want to do it all. We’ll have it this, one side here and this side here. And this will be the side that we’re going to use.
We’re not going to mention what name this is. This is a No Name Mayonnaise. Oh, for god’s sake! We’ll you will smell it. Here we go. Good job! But we’re looking for some models if you like to call of fax in. This is a nice No Name Mayonnaise. And here we go. What we’ll do is we’ll put it on just the bottom top of this poor victim’s hair. And we’ll feel it afterwards. Are you ready my darling?
Brad Graham: Oh, god! There we are. And that you notice how I apply this professionally with a bowl and brush. Let’s just put it on there. You know, there might be truth to this. But that’s what it’s all about, Myth Busters. You know, flies and bees are going to hump her head while I put this thing, alright? So, let’s just leave this with a little clip on there, very nice. And I top this if you will. And I wouldn’t mind some mustard and a hotdog, if you don’t mind? Thank you! You’re going to straw that for me, darling. Very nice! Okay!
On the opposing side and if you grab me a conditioner for the back would also be great. We will put on our, once again, top of the line, top shelf product right where I finish her with good hair. Thank you, darling! Oh, is that all we got is Godzilla size in this? Okay. Oh god, my hand smells. Hasn’t smell like that since I used to date. Okay, let’s get on this side here, just a little. Oh, excuse me! And we’re just going to gently put this on the bottom here. For all of you, I’m sorry! For all of you who have called in and made me do this, uhm, you better send me some more emails to thank me.
So, there we go. We’re going to pause it now. And I would like to say we’ll come back in two or three days. And we’ll feel our results then I’ll give you my opinion.
Hey guys, we’re back! This is, I need to turn this off so you can probably hear. This is our poor model here who we actually tried the mayonnaise on the one side of her head and just feel if it made the hair feel softer. And on the other side we used our typical high quality by Graham Salon product conditioner. I coned out the hair on both sides. And I got to tell you, I really don’t like the smell of this side. Feeling it, it feels a little bit more picnicky. And I’m ready to dip something into it. No, uhm, you know what, it’s just stupid. It’s really what it is.
I mean, that’s just what it’s now. Don’t put mayonnaise on your hair. It doesn’t feel good. I had to go back in conditioner. I wanted to show her wet but it felt so nasty, you know, little animals are going to jump on there and hump on it. It was just smelly and nasty. We had to wash her three, four, five times. You don’t need to do those old Victorian ways of hairdressing now. Give yourselves some good high quality products. We went over with our stuff. It feels better now. Thanks to the professional product we put on there.
Don’t put cat litter and mayonnaise and all that stuff in your hair. It’s not worth it. Thanks for watching our product test. We got more. I think we’ll do the beer test next. So, keep an eye for that. Brad Graham for BradGrahamTV.com Professional Products.