After Initial 'Headless Breasts' Attraction, Axe Helps Men Find True Love
All while acknowledging the initial carnal desire two humans may have over one another with its "headless breasts" ad, Axe is also continuing its Susan Glenn trajectory. If you recall, the brand ran an ad that featured Kiefer Sutherland who lamented the day when his Susan Glenn, the woman of his dreams, slipped away. That work is quite brilliant.
The brand is continuing in that vein by helping men find their own Susan Glenns. A six-episode video series, a Facebook page and a Fear No Susan Glenn website that allows guys to upload images of their Susan Glenn to a virtual Times Square billboard (which can then be shared with one's Susan Glenn) - all aim to help men reconnect with their lost loves.
It's an intriguing approach for a brand that always has (and still does) focus mainly on initial sexual attraction as its mainstay.