BedHead B For Men Clean-Up Peppermint Conditioner

It’s unusual for me to review a hair-care product, personally not the most exciting of products to talk about but as I don’t really use hair treatments/serums and masks for that matter! (shame on you Mr. Wharff!) well, today I’m gonna talk about a Peppermint Conditioner from Bed Head B For Men.

Now, how boring this conditioner sounds I can assure you it doesn’t feel boring! Once applied to wet hair after shampooing you will feel like your head is about to erupt! Imagine having strong (and I mean STRONG!) mouthwash, (Listerine comes to mind) in your mouth but instead on your scalp, yes! that kind of feeling but oddly I loved it!

Anyway moving on to the actual review (getting carried away as usual) this is fantasic product for guys with greasy/oily hair, with added Ginseng Root Extract, natural Peppermint deeply cleanses the scalp while Pathenol, Silk & Wheat Proteins strengthen, soften and repair damaged hair leaving us guys cleaned-up and ready to style (if you can me bothered to style that is, unlike me!). 

Unfortunately I found the conditioner too strong to use on a day-to-day basis so I only used it as a weekly treat!

Males, are you looking into buying a conditioner? Like the smell fresh basil mint? Well, this is the one to go for! The Bed Head B for Men is available to buy at



Lock Stock & Barrel Ruck Matte Putty

The product has thick white consistency, the scent of the product reminds me of warm rubber which strangely I liked. Once I applied the product onto my hair, I was able to control the style I wanted, giving my hair that messy matte textured finish, perfect for guys with shorter hair.

Lock Stock & Barrel have introduced a ‘hold factor – ranging from one to five’ into their hair styling range, which lets users know how strong the hold of the finish style is going to be, the hold factor of this product is 4 out of 5, personally I didn’t find this product strong enough, but this could all depend on the length and thickness of your hair.

The product contains five different types of parabens, Methyl paraben, Ethyl paraben, Butyl paraben, Propyl paraben and Isobutyl paraben which to me is OTT! Surely a product doesn’t need that amount of parabens?

While I didn’t find the finishing hold strong enough, this could all be down to the thinness of my hair, maybe that affected the products performance? I would like point out that the ‘hold factor’ could have easily been a three instead of a four as I didn’t feel the product lived up to the product’s description.

The Lock Stock & Barrel Ruck Matte Putty is available to buy at