Fudge Urban hair styling products

At the moment, these Fudge Urban products are the only ones I am using to style my hair. They have the most incredible summer-inspired scents, so are perfect for the new season. They are really getting me in the mood for proper hot days.

Fudge Urban hairspray

The Fudge Urban Iced Raspberry & Vanilla Hair Spray* (£5.29 from Boots) and the Iced Coconut Cocktail Hair Spray* (£5.29 from Boots) are the nicest smelling hair sprays that I have ever come across – so nice that you have to be careful not to get carried away and spray too much. The scents are so realistic and summery, and they are great hair sprays too. The Iced Raspberry and Vanilla has great hold, but looks natural and doesn’t go crispy or sticky if you don’t use too much. The Iced Coconut variety has the strongest hold- it boasts 48hrs- and would be best for things like up-dos or braids that you really don’t want to move at all, as it does turn things quite stiff.

The Fudge Urban Crisp Pear and Sweet Vanilla Dry Shampoo* (£5.24 from Boots) has just as nice and realistic a scent. It performs really well too – it doesn’t leave that white powder residue on your hair and it isn’t sticky. It soaks up any oil on your two or three-day-old hair and adds texture, leaving it looking like it has been freshly washed.

Fudge Urban Texture Spray

I’ve also been loving their Crisp Pear & Sweet Vanilla Texture Spray* (£6.99 from Superdrug) and the Sea Salt Texturising Spray* (£6.99 from Superdrug) if I’m wearing my hair down and want that care-free beach-style look. The texture spray is great for adding volume to my roots which are always really flat, and if I’m wearing my hair up in a ponytail, I use this to add texture so my hair doesn’t look scraped back. The sea salt spray has a lovely coconut scent and takes some of the fluffiness out of my hair for more of a beach look. I like to spray this then scrunch and twist strands of my hair so that it looks more seperated and wavy. I love this spray as it has good hold too, so your hair doesn’t fall flat again after just a little while.

Finally, I’ve also been addicted to a couple of their hair protection products. The Feel The Heat Heat Protection Spray* (£5.99 from Boots) protects up to 235 degrees, which is great as I tend to keep my straigteners at 170 degrees. It’s also great at detangling too, so you don’t need to use multiple sprays if you suffer with this like I do.

The Iced Tropical Cocktail Miracle Ends Frizz Smoother* (£6.29 from Boots) is lovely to use as it smells amazing. Since I messed about with my hair colour last Christmas, my hair still isn’t in a great condition – my ends are always dry and frizzy, but this has been helping lots. I pop it onto the ends of my hair when it’s dry and the Argan Oil it contains really smooths them and conditions them; keeping them de-frizzed all day. Between this and the hairspray, I smell like a walking Pina Colada!

What do you think of these products?

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