Aussie Complaint - Aussie Hairspray Glued My Head to the Pillow! - Instant Freeze
Instant Freeze - Complaint
Now I know what everyone is complaining about. I've read quite a few complaints about the clogged nozzle on Aussie's Mega hairspray and have advised people to just clean it after each use. I was wrong.
I guess Aussie finally got around to changing the formulation of my hairspray, Aussie Instant Freeze. This is the umpteenth time they have changed it, and I have to tell you, it's starting to get on my nerves.
Whatever the new ingredient in this formulation is, it behaves just like glue. It's so sticky that my head is actually stuck to the pillow in the morning. If anyone dares to smell my hair, it will make sniffing glue a thing of the past. Just sniff hairspray! But here's the thing. It doesn't hold any better, it's just stickier! I can only assume that Aussie is using a cheaper ingredient in an attempt to cut costs. However, I think they will be cutting customers in the process.
I've been using Aussie products for at least twenty five years and have suffered through all the changes. I honestly don't know why I am so loyal, as I feel completely betrayed. This last change may be the one that puts me over the edge. As others have said, the nozzle is constantly clogged. You have to press so hard for the hairspray to come out, that when it finally does the force sends your hair into another galaxy. It's so difficult to use that I just don't think I can continue to buy this product any longer.
I never thought I'd say this, but I wish Procter and Gamble would cut Aussie's R&D budget. They seem to have more money than they know what to do with. Either that or they have too much time on their hands. Why can't they just leave well enough alone?
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