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Fudge Oomf Conditioner

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Brand: Fudge / Type: Conditioner / Hair type: fine hair / What it does: Repairs,

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      15.03.2012 11:29
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      Not a recommended conditioner for fine hair

      I have dry, coloured baby fine hair & many years & ££ have been spent trying to find the perfect conditioner which is light as well as hydrating. I had heard of Fudge hair products before but had never given the brand much thought until I discovered that they had the Oomf range which is especially designed for fine hair. After reading many positive reviews about the conditioner I decided to invest in a bottle, at over £11 I thought it a little expensive but was confident it would work for me as it seemed to have done for other people, also the claims that it adds body & shine while also replenishing moisture sounded promising.
      After purchasing from a local hair salon I used it as soon as I hit home, first washing hair with a volumising shampoo. I used only a little, just on the mid lengths & ends of hair then rinsed, it was at this point while my hair was still wet that I noticed that it actually looked & felt finer than it usually did after washing but was still confident that when fully dry my hair would be bodiful, shiny & replenished as promised. Unfortunately this was not to be, my hair looked lank & lifeless & also felt greasy, in fact it looked worse than it ever had. The only good things I found with this product were the mouth watering bubblegum fragrance & the quantity (500ml), otherwise it was deeply disappointing.
      Although it is still available to buy on some websites the oomf conditioner has now been replaced with the body builder conditioner, I'm not sure if it's just the name & packaging which has changed but I for one will not be buying any to find out & will be sticking to my current Philip Kingsley products which really do work.!

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      31.10.2008 17:03

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      delighted with this,its fudging great

      okay this review is from a guys opinion but ladies im sure im pretty sure it applies to you aswell.

      I bought this product having been an avid fan of all things fudge for a good number of years.To be honest i wasnt really expecting it to be any different from anything else i usually by,to me conditioner is just conditioner it all does the same job......naive!!

      This really is a world apart from anything ive used before.For starters you only need the tinyest amount which is great as it keeps cost down.One small dollop manages my hair fine and i have pretty long hair for a bloke,its about 2inch long.This stuff leaves your hair amazingly soft and it actually feels as though there is moisture in there,alot of conditoners claim to do this but ive never really felt it before,but with this there is a noticable difference.Your hair also feels incredibly springy and flexible,and leaves it very light.I was very impressed with this and having been buying it now for a good few months.Id say on average i get around 50 applications out of a bottle.

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  • Product Details

    Fudge Oomf Conditioner strengthens and repairs the hair shaft, building body and shine / Replenishes moisture and controls fine, fly-away hair /