Brylcreem


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Brylcreem

® [ˈbrɪlkriːm]
A. Ngomina f, fijador m (de pelo)
B. VTengominar, echarse gomina en
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At the height of its popularity in 1961 - the year the iconic red Brylcreem tub was introduced - PS100 million worth of the stuff was sold worldwide.
In fact, Brylcreem has always been ahead of the game when it comes to marketing and pioneered celebrity endorsements.
ALE grooming used to start and stop with Brylcreem and a Gillette razor.
It was never clear who was going to win the tug-of-war for Grealish's services - England or Brylcreem - but now he's declared for England bookies Betway quote him at 9-1 to be in the Euro 2016 squad.
dab of Brylcreem, and choose among my whizzing thoughts: slider,
My brands include Lipton, Knorr, Dove, Hellmann's, Vaseline, Brylcreem, Close Up, Tresemme, Ben & Jerry's, Omo, Surf, Good Humor, Klondike, Q-tips, Popsicle and Slim-Fast.
Who were known as the Brylcreem Boys during World War II?
I replied "you were a pongo [slang for soldier]" and he shot back "better than a Brylcreem boy [slang for an air force man].
The annual poll for Brylcreem found axed 'The X Factor' wild boy Frankie Cocozza was judged to be the owner of the worst hairstyle of 2011.
The annual poll for Brylcreem found axed X Factor wild boy Frankie Cocozza was judged to be the owner of the worst hairstyle of 2011.
RAY KING was one of the old school when football boots were laced-on weapons, the ball a dead weight, and hair smartly slicked back with Brylcreem.
Topping the worst hairstyle list in the annual survey, commissioned by Brylcreem, are the gravity-defying quiffs sported by the Jedward twins.