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Wednesday, July 08, 2015

Fudge Urban Iced Tropical Cocktail Miracle Ends

 It's time to introduce you to one of my ultimate hair care products that I've been trying and loving lately. Yes, the name is a bit of a mouthful, but the product benefits make up for the sentence it has as a name. It has been helping my hair a phenomenal amount, and it also smells incredible and definitely grants you major hair-swishing sessions.

 As you can hopefully tell from the title (and the picture, obviously), it's from the brand Fudge Urban. They sell some incredible hair care products and they're readily available in Boots and Superdrug, as well as online and sometimes available in Tescos and other places if you're lucky. This beauty in a tube was £5.99 from Superdrug and it was worth every penny. I use it religiously every time I've washed my hair or when I want to style it, and it has been a godsend. It is described as this on the website ''Seal split and dry ends. Apply to dry hair for serious de-frizz. Conditions with Argan Oil'' and it isn't lying. It has helped to make the ends of my hair feel extremely cared for and nourished. It feels less dry to the touch, and it also smells less dry too (does that make sense?). If you didn't know already, I've been blessed with rather thick, long and wavy hair naturally, and it's very common for it to go frizzy at the ends, especially if it's blowdried or if the weather is humid. Ever since I've been using this, my frizz is under so much control and it just looks so much smoother and sleeker towards the end, I honestly don't know what I would do without this now. 

And before I get too carried away waffling, let's not forget the smell as it's gorgeous! As the name says, it's an 'iced tropical cocktail', and that's just what it is. It smells like a fruity cocktail that you'd order if you were relaxing on a nice and hot beach holiday and you just needed a little pick-me-up. It's not an overpowering scent - it's quite subtle and not in-your-face, but you get little whiffs of it when you swish your hair after it's been applied. If you're unsure on how the scent sounds, I'd just give it a cheeky sniff in store if you see it and decide for yourself. It doesn't smell sticky like a cocktail would, but more how you'd imagine a fruity perfume to smell, and I've never smelt a perfume that smells like it would be sticky. So, it smells great and it actually does what it says on the tube; smooths, conditions and seals.
How I apply this is about a pea-sized amount at a time to make sure I don't smear too much in my hair and make it look greasy and clumpy. I rub it over my finger tips for even distribution, then I rub it into the ends of my hair so it's more concentrated there and then I'll work my way up my hair to make sure that I also get the ends of my layers. I don't apply this anywhere near my roots as I have a feeling that it would make your roots go greasy quite quickly, and you shouldn't over-moisturise your roots too much due to the natural oils that your hair produces as it'll mean you need to wash your hair more often. I just keep adding pea-size amounts at a time until I'm satisfied that all of my ends have been covered. You can apply this serum on damp hair to help seal your ends after you've washed your hair, or you can apply it to dry ends to seal them and to help get rid of flyaway or frizzy hair, it's your choice.

I am so impressed with this product, I never expected it to be as great as it is and I never expected to fall in love with it. In all honesty, I only brought it for a start because of the pretty packaging and it smelt really good. But I am so glad that I did buy it and that it does exactly what it says on the tube. I can safely recommend this for you guys, and I shall definitely be spreading the word to my friends and family about this brand. And in case you were wondering as I hadn't already mentioned, the product is cruelty-free, which makes it even better than it already is.

Nicole x

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