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Brad Graham: Hey guys, Brad Graham from BradGrahamTV.com. And today, we’re going to do another Myth Buster session. We had an email coming. We had a lot of people. We did a mayonnaise test. And somebody said that mayonnaise, when you put it on the hair, it really conditions the hair, makes it soft. No, it was, it was terrible. Don’t put mayonnaise on your hair. Put the good stuff on. Put the Brad Graham products on.
Today, we’re very excited. It’s the beer test. Look how I so gingerly caresses bottle. We heard that if you put beer on the hair it adds wonderful shine. And it conditions the hair. And you know, yeast, you’re not going to get yeast infection, trust me. But there’s yeast in beer. And yeast, we heard, is good for a lot. Watch where you’re focusing there, you’re going sell a thing on me, Noah.
So, we’ve got a beer here. And it’s a shame to waste. But the back of Nancy’s hair, she’s got a lot of color grow on. So, we’re just going to put a little bit of beer in here. And see how that goes. Let’s push it through this. Actually, it smells rather nice, actually. No, it’s actually bad. And here’s the worst thing is, don’t drive home after this treatment because you’re going to get a ticket. You’ve been drinking tonight?—no. So, we’re just, what we’re going to do is, we’re just going to put it on the back of my poor girl Nancy’s hair here. So, we can feel the difference from the back to the front and maybe have a couple of beers at the same time.
But anyhow, we may have to cut this short because it actually tastes quite well. We’ll come back. We’re going to leave this on for two or three more days like we said with the mayo. And then we’ll rinse her. We’ll work it through. And perhaps we’ll lick it off ‘coz damn you’re waste of good alcohol. That’s all I got to say. And then we’ll go from here. Here you go Nancy, you’re drinking that one? Help yourself up! I need more beer. We’ll be back in a bit.
Hey, listen! We just did the beer test on her. And I got to tell you, we dried the hair and then we had some more beer. We pour it all over on her. And then we did it again and again and again. It’s not really adding much more shine at all. The fact that your head smells like a case of Molson, it’s quite exciting and tantalizing for some men. But don’t do it. There’re some wonderful products out there that’s shining the hair much better.
I’m going to recommend not only this one but Simple Shine from Brad Graham. Watch this, two pumps. Now, it may not be as fun as drinking a bunch of beers and pour them all over one another. But it’s professional product. It smells better. If the police pull you over, you’re not taking those tickets ‘coz you got beer on your head. But there is something what about playing around with beer and put it on your hair. So, guys, the beer test, the shine is add more shine. It was hardly noticeable.
And with some of the high profile and the high power products that are out there, this doesn’t stand a chance. Stick to the pro stuff. We this, more Myth Busters. We’ve got cat litter coming up and egg whites. What the heck is cat litter going to do? I have no idea. Thanks for watching Brad Graham TV.