[php snippet=5]
Suave Pulls Back The Curtain on Crazy Tricks Used In Hair Ads

Suave Pulls Back The Curtain on Crazy Tricks Used In Hair Ads


ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., April 4, 2018 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — How many times have you seen one of those hair commercials that flaunts blindingly shiny locks, beautifully defined curls or sky-high volume, only to shake your head and say: there is no way my hair could ever look like that! Well, you’re not alone – Suave spoke to millennial women and found that 74% don’t believe they can get the hair shown in advertising*. And you know what, they’re actually right!

Experience the interactive Multichannel News Release here: https://www.multivu.com/players/English/8270151-suave-professionals-products-hair-ads-campaign/  

Hair care brands often use exaggerated claims, impossible results and ridiculous expectations in their ads and we can admit, Suave has had its own share of fancy hair flips in the past. But because Suave doesn’t need to rely on advertising tricks, the brand decided to have some fun and show women everywhere how crazy those practices look when you take a peek behind the scenes. From greenscreen actors using fishing poles to simulate shine to foot-long extensions that give you “effortless” waves…you’ll never believe the lengths some brands go to for “goal-worthy” hair.

Suave has always been confident in allowing the quality of their products to speak for themselves so now, for the first time ever, the models featured in the brand’s new campaign styled their own hair from start to finish using only Suave Professionals products. That’s right, no commonly used tricks. Just women doing their own hair and loving it. The campaign comes on the heels of the brand’s “evaus” social experiment and further proves the Suave  brand’s dedication to showcasing that it’s what’s in the bottle, not the packaging or the exaggerated advertising, that counts.

The idea that hair care brands should be showing real results may not seem groundbreaking at first, but when surveyed, only 2 in 10 millennial women were aware of some of the most commonly used tricks in hair care advertising*. Suave wants women to choose the products that work best for them and believes the great hair you see should be the hair you can achieve in real life. Simple as that.

“Our research showed that most women don’t believe they can get the hair they see in hair care advertising and that really stuck with us,” said Jennifer Bremner, Marketing Director for Suave. “We wanted to show her beautiful hair that she could easily get on her own, which is why our models did their own hair with Suave. Suave has been making salon quality products for more than 80 years and we are confident in letting our results do the talking.”

“Throughout my career, I’ve seen many of these tricks up close, whether it’s on a movie set or a cover shoot” said Ursula Stephens, Suave Professionals Celebrity Hair Stylist. “I’ve used Suave to create more styles than I can remember on so many different clients and I know that the products will always deliver quality results.”

With the January launch of the five-piece Suave Professionals Styling Collection, the brand continues to stand by its commitment to offer salon-quality products that you can use every day. Visit suave.com to find out more about our products and see what others have to say about them. Connect with us and share #SuaveBeliever stories on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and more.

About Suave
For 80 years, Suave has been committed to creating high quality products for consumers that work as well as high-end premium brands. The brand’s commitment to great quality at a great price is why nearly half of American households choose Suave, and what has made it one of America’s top selling hair care brands. For more information, visit www.suave.com

About Unilever United States, Inc.
Unilever is one of the world’s leading suppliers of Food, Home Care, Personal Care and Refreshment products with sales in more than 190 countries and reaching 2.5 billion consumers a day. In the United States, the portfolio includes brand icons such as Axe, Ben & Jerry’s, Breyers, Caress, Clear Scalp & Hair Therapy, Country Crock, Degree, Dollar Shave Club, Dove, Good Humor, Hellmann’s, I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter!, Klondike, Knorr, Lever 2000, Lipton, Magnum, Nexxus, Noxzema, Pond’s, Popsicle, Promise, Q-tips, Seventh Generation, Simple, St. Ives, Suave, Talenti Gelato & Sorbetto, TIGI, TONI&GUY, TRESemmé and Vaseline. All of the preceding brand names are trademarks or registered trademarks of the Unilever Group of Companies.
Unilever employs approximately 8,000 people in the United States – generating more than $9 billion in sales in 2016.

The Unilever Sustainable Living Plan commits to:

  • Helping more than a billion people take action to improve their health and well-being by 2020.
  • Halving the environmental impact of our products by 2030.
  • Enhancing the livelihoods of millions of people by 2020.

Unilever ranked number one in its sector on the 2016 Dow Jones Sustainability Index.
For more information on Unilever U.S. and its brands visit: www.unileverusa.com
To connect with Unilever U.S. via Facebook visit: www.facebook.com/unileverusa
To connect with Unilever U.S. via Twitter follow: @unileverusa

*Suave Women’s Survey Conducted by Edelman Intelligence, 2017

Emily Gelfand
[email protected]

SOURCE Suave Professionals

Suave Pulls Back The Curtain on Crazy Tricks Used In Hair Ads