Groovy beauty booty
Four new cast members of Broadway's Hair review the latest eco-friendly grooming products-in character and right in time for Earth Day.
Mon Apr 19 2010
Berger (Ace Young)
Jurlique Jasmine body lotion, $38, at Jurlique, 477 Madison Ave between 51st and 52nd Sts (212-752-1980, jurlique.com)
"I'm open to love, so I enjoy giving back rubs, front rubs, side rubs, in-and-out rubs—you name it—and lotion makes it a nicer experience. This lotion is all natural, and all-natural is the shit. It stays totally wet—just like the women I love. The scent is flowery and girly, but guys can use it if they let their girlfriends put it on them."
REN High Glide cooling shave cream, $40, at beauty.com
King of Shaves Warp razor, $9, at drugstore.com
"When I used this cream to shave my balls, it left a cooling sensation on my sack. The cream was soft, smooth and made my balls feel like they were being cradled in natural goodness. It definitely smells like it's made from some herb, and not one I've smoked before."
Burt's Bees natural multicare toothpaste with fluoride, $5, at Whole Foods, 95 E Houston St at Bowery (212-420-1320)
Radius Old Dollar Bills toothbrush, $8, at Sustainable NYC, 139 Ave A at 9th St (212-254-5400)
"After brushing, I tasted the mint fluoride for, like, three days, which comes in handy when you only brush your teeth once or twice a week. The toothbrush was a little intimidating because it's got a really big head. I'm more about the soft, sensual lips than the big-headed things, but it actually cleaned my tongue well. The bristles are strong, firm and were able to get all the stuff I eat off my teeth. The handle looks like a marble countertop, and it's always nice to be in the elegant circle of a marble-countertop toothbrush."