Messing with my head

Keen to keep myself at the cutting edge of all forms of technical and non-technical innovation, I have taken the plunge and followed in Blonde’s footsteps, in a semi-medical experiment of sorts.

Unlike Blonde, however, I am using a different product.

On my hair.

This product…

Yes, that’s what it says on the tin (plastic container).

Gallop Colour Enhancing Shampoo for Bay Horses.

And I’m using it.

On my hair.


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6 Responses to Messing with my head

  1. Redbookish says:

    HUGE snork!

    I am considering the pony shampoo myself, having long blonde hair. But I was shocked by BLonde’s information that there are CONDITIONERS for horses’ manes & tails now. In my day (and this was also Australia, not a place of sophistication) we used glycerine soap, or special shampoo if you were posh, and let it dry naturally.

    So where are the before & after photos?

    • Brennig says:

      Hmm, yes there are pony conditioners (or rather, conditioners for pony manes and tails). But I don’t use conditioner anyway because I AM A MAN!

      I shall try a before/after photo, but my before head (current) has been stuffed in a motorobike helmet for the last two hours, so it isn’t going to be very representative of anything. Soz.

  2. Masher says:

    C’mon now!

    I know you consider yourself a bit of a stallion, but this is going too far.

    • Brennig says:

      Ahahahaha! Are you calling my dear and lovely friend Blonde a mare? Be careful now!

  3. Soupy says:

    “But I don’t use conditioner anyway because I AM A MAN!”

    Reading your blog in bed before I get up for the day. Laughed out loud at this. Not the idea that you’re a man but the man not using conditioner thing just because he’s a man.

    Let us know how the shampoo experiment goes.

    • Brennig says:

      Soupster! Hiyer!

      Laughing out loud at 6.30am is good and healthy and to be encouraged.

      So far, the shampooage goes OK. The pony shampoo looks good enough to drink when I pour it out of the bottle. Hmm, now there really is an experiment!