Skip to comments.Semen for lovely hair or is it a load of bull?
Posted on 03/11/2007 6:56:57 PM PDT by Coleus
An upmarket London beauty salon's claims that bull semen can give hair the ultimate shine is likely to go untried in the Waikato. Hari's, in hoity toity Chelsea, offers a 45-minute Aberdeen Organic Hair treatment involving massaging a protein-rich mixture of bull semen and a plant root into the client's hair.
But Julie May, who owns The Salon, in Garden Place, Hamilton, is not keen to try it in her establishment. "I would not want it on my hair. I know what the reaction from customers would be here and I know what my staff would say," she said.
"It's pretty weird."
Hari Salem tried hundreds of products - including wild avocados and truffle oil - before hitting on bull semen as the elusive element in a formula for making hair look gorgeous. "The semen is refrigerated before use and doesn't smell," Mr Salem said. "It leaves your hair looking wonderfully soft and thick."
Peter Gatley, LIC's general manager of genetics at Ruakura, assumed the semen came from European bulls since the best on offer by his company was worth $120,000 a litre. "Does it say on the bottle `use sparingly'?
"I'm not sure how suitable it would be for blondes, but we have a very impressive line-up of Jersey sires here." Mr Gatley said it was unlikely LIC would start supplying salons.
I'm saying nobody wants to hear you whine about it.
I guess that is what Clinton was trying to do, hit her hair. He missed and only hit her dress. LOL!
I don't know of anything that women wouldn't put in their hair or on their skin if they thought it was able to make them more attractive than the woman in the chair next to them.
I hate to sound crude, but I sure can hear the excuses going around now for some "kinky" acts. "But honey, its been proven to be great for your hair." lol
What's that hairstyle called, "The Baby Grand?"
I shall do so, and leave you with your whiny juvenile tagline.
I'll pass on just how someone "hits on" bull semen...
It sure is Conservative, just look here and follow the trail
and after reading this thread, you will know that Jim Rob means what he says.
Who gathers the juice and how do they do it?
Why, will it turn my hair green?
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