Fudge Urban Brush & Go Dry Shampoo

Fudge Urban Brush & Go Dry Shampoo
My hair behind the Fudge Urban Dry Shampoo has the product in, I’m not the grey yet!

I won’t go on & on about dry shampoos, we all know they give us that freshen up our when we just don’t have to time to get a wash in. Most of them spray a white powder on to the hair that soaks the oil (grease) up then we massage the hair to disperse it so we don’t look strange & ghostly. Some dry shampoos are designed to be more invisible to the naked eye. The Fudge Urban Brush & Go is a little different like it went down a different route to get the effect wanted & I was surprised at what it could do. This isn’t in your regular Boots or Superdrug as it may be a discontinued line but it’s described very similar to the Fudge Membrane Gas which is £12.25, this was in a bargain shop for about £2. I’m wondering if they were too similar & that’s why it’s not mainstream. Either way you should be able to get it in places like B&M & Bargain Buys.

Fudge Urban – Waterless Shampoo

Fudge Urban Brush & Go Dry Shampoo

Fudge Urban Brush & Go is what I’m assuming came out before the newer range available now, sadly it seems to have been pushed aside & I jut can’t see why.Don’t be alarmed by how white my hair looks but it really does come out this way. When you get it make sure you press the spray down hard so it breaks the seal around it otherwise you end up with just the alcohol coming out. This doesn’t smell anywhere near as good as the Fudge Urban Crisp Pear & Vanilla but I think this gives a better final result. When you spray it you kinda go Oh S**t! I’ve spray way too much but just carry on spraying until you have a layer wherever your hair is oily. This isn’t going to give you volume either it’s not intended as a texturizer .

Fudge Urban – Brush & Go – Results

Fudge Urban Brush & Go Dry Shampoo

The photo above was taken a few minutes after I’d applied it to my hair. All I did was take my paddle brush and gave my hair a good brush through. Almost all of it disappeared instantly which did surprise me. I rubbed the area where my parting is with my finger tips so I didn’t brush over it & mess it up. And that’s it, clean looking hair that felt clean, no real residue to speak of. This is one of those products where if you see it then it’s worth a few quid to give it a chance especially if you have tried the more expensive version.

What’s your favourite dry shampoo? Are there any you’d recommend or want me to review?

 


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