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"there must be accountability"... so fire the marketing director, that'll show them racistsAre EFF sure this is the station they hate
The party that promoted the violence shifted the focus away from the advert to themselves. Anybody planning a trip to a Clicks, or a shopping mall that has one is forced to focus on the violence and the inability of government to prevent it.
LOL. Good for you. Head and shoulders? Back to the regular scheduled programming... given your obvious expertise, which pictures on that advertisement needs attention and why?I've had to use anti-dandruff shampoo in the past. At some point, your hair will need attention, you utter dullard.
Well, perhaps I'm hanging lout with the wrong crowd. The peeps I'm speaking to love the look of what the advertisement (and most of you lot ) see as "problem" hair. These days, people tend to like the hair they are born with. It's a crying shame.Are you female? If not, adapt a caring attitude, ask your GF/Wife/Mother/Aunts/Skelmpie ... they will explain it rather well.
I just know to not say "Oh, that's nice" if my wife says "My hair is flat an fine". It's no a self compliment. The doghouse is cold.Well, perhaps I'm hanging lout with the wrong crowd. The peeps I'm speaking to love the look of what the advertisement (and most of you lot ) see as "problem" hair. These days, people tend to like the hair they are born with. It's a crying shame.
Positive images sell better than negative ones. You don't see images of oily hair for those shampoos. The marketing shows how awesome the hair will be after.I’m curious. Is the model’s hair really dry & damaged? I’m guessing not. Since, you know, she’s a model and probably takes good care of her hair.
So what was the brief here? Find us models with dry & damaged hair? Because they would be highly unlikely to be found. Was she told to let her hair get dry & damaged for the shoot? Again, highly unlikely.
Did Tresemme just use a random model from their portfolio? Did the model know her hair would be used as “dry & damaged”?