Back in my high school and college days, I wore my jean jacket proudly. It was the thing to do in the ’80s and early ’90s.
You’d slap on all sorts of patches on the sleeves, various pins on the front pockets and if you really went all out, you’d get one ginormous patch covering the entire back. Usually it’d be music related like huge painted images from Iron Maiden or Pink Floyd. I never had the big patch on the back, but I loved my Underdog and Batman pins, as well as my Twisted Sister patches.
Yep, I still have that jacket and still love it. Times do change though, and apparently, so do styles. My jean jacket days are behind me, but I like to think I’ve matured. I’ve grown. Not just as a person (or a husband or a father), but as a fashionable trend setter. Nowadays, I really step it up a notch and wear a full-fledged penguin suit regularly.
Okay, okay. Fine. You got me. I wore this to my buddy Ethan’s wedding this weekend (Big, fat, honkin’ congrats again to Ethan and Joelma!!!). But still, my taste has grown up a bit. I don’t even wear shorts and a Batman T-shirt to work anymore. It’s jeans and a nice collared polo shirt, I’d say. I’m older, and while I sometimes still feel like I’m 16, I know that how you present yourself on the outside can definitely have an influence on how other’s perceive you.
The same goes for something as basic as shampoo too. I’ll admit, in the past, I’d pretty much just use any old shampoo. Usually whatever was cheapest or on sale. I never really cared much. And while I definitely have less hair now then I did in the past, I like to step things up a bit in the shower.
Nowadays, I actually use AXE shampoo and conditioner, as well as an AXE style gel. Heck, I never really used to use gel at all in the past and would have this crazy, curly “clown hair” all the time. I feel all grown up now!
AXE itself has gotten an upgrade recently, by evolving into a bold and progressive line of hair care products. Best of all, you can look like a million bucks, without have to spend it! That’s because AXE and CVS has some serious savings coming your way!
Check your local Sunday paper today (that’s May 17!) for a $1 off coupon good on AXE Hair Products! What’s more, you can also just hop online and print out a separate $1 off AXE coupon that’s available up until June 13, 2015. This printable coupon expires 30 days after you print it out.
You can even combine both coupons over at CVS to save $2, and what’s more, if you spend $15 on AXE Hair products, you’ll earn $5 in extrabucks Rewards!
How do you update your style?
*Sponsored post by Lunchbox, all opinions are 100% my own.