Check this sweet-crazy little video out, it is about damn time they have a men's hair commercial aside from that over-hyped - Just For Men - Crap-in-a-box you see all the time. Too bad they began on the South American continent, so we could enjoy it. Well, they thought of the next best thing ....."Shock-Value".
Plus, the big controversy is not what you think.....the big flack is Feminists think it is offensive to women. ! !?? wwwwhat?
No idea what they are referring to, but I have brought it to you below .... this isn't even about women.
What do you think?
Here is the copy from Huffington Posts analysis of the video - - again I have opened up "comments" so you all may comment, please do.
The video spot, created by Dove and Ogilvy & Mather Brasil, stars a dude with gorgeous Kate Middleton - like hair. It's so luscious and toss-worthy that it draws attention from a male co-worker: "Did you do something to your hair?... It looks like those slow-mo effects from women's shampoo ads."
And in reality, it really does. This guy's girl-hair is awesome. But the point of the ad is that it's too awesome: The man immediately sprints home and washes away his lovely locks with manly Dove Men + Care shampoo because, as the tagline states, "Women's shampoo is not made for you."
Some may find the stark masculine/feminine dichotomy & as Jessie put it "OMG NOT LADYHAIR, EVERYONE WILL THINK I AM WEAK AND HELPLESS." But we're distracted by the idea that this ad is for men's shampoo, seeing as it showcases the most awesome head of women's hair. Seriously, what kind of "women's shampoo" was the guy using before? Because we want a bottle (or seven).
When you know the hair in that commercial is a wig, how does that make you feel about buying the product?