Aerosol products contribute to creative and culturally relevant industries in a big way. Yet the industry as a whole doesn’t do a super thorough job of educating consumers to this fact. That is why CAPCO enlisted the help of a couple unique influencers from the personal care and custom motorcycle space to tell this story.

Leslie Jane Larsen is a stylist and the creative director of Centre Salons, a respected chain of Aveda-endorsed salons in Colorado and Utah. We tapped her to help tell the story of aerosol products in the salon industry. Everyone likes their hair to look fresh, aerosol products help make that possible.

Alex Krill is the owner of Threepence Motorcycles in Denver, Colorado. He’s also an instagram influencer with over 18K followers. His custom fabrication work is in demand throughout the Rocky Mountain region and thousands of people tune into his social channels every day to follow his projects. Without aerosol products, Alex couldn’t do what he does.

 

 

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Out-of-the-box hair stylist, @_lesliejane_, is fearless when it comes to aerosol products. #protip #sustainability

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The must-have styling staple for men: Texture spray. #wtwt #instastyle

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Behind that badass beard is Alex Krill, Co-Owner of @Threepence Moto and sustainability fanatic. #threepencedenver #aerosols #recycle

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We’re all for campaigning with @threepence moto to get every bike shop down to recycle aerosol cans. #nobrainer #threepencedenver #aerosols

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