Wednesday, 14 September 2011

New Buys

Hello sweeties!
I've changed my blog around a bit ie. New name (which may be quite confusing to you)...
I found 'Follower of Fashion' a bit too long for a blog name so I decided my name was much more relevant. Hope you're all OK and have a good rest of the week! ♥
The sunlight was too bright but this was my hair 10 minutes after I used Fudge's Urban Texture Blaster

Blazer - Topshop £65
White Cotton Shirt - Topshop £28
Belt - Topshop £12
Vintage - Urban Outiftters Renewal £40
Lace Tights - M&S £3

So these items have been on my Beauty Wish list (which I really need to start blogging about) for a while and I finally found the time to go and buy them. I looked all over Brighton for the St. Moriz Tanning Mousse but couldn't find any so I bought this on eBay.
This Fudge Urban Texture Blaster is my new best friend! I cannot stop using it and I have pretty much got through my mum's canister in about a week.
What it says "Blast your hair with texture, without the stickiness of a paste. Urban Texture Blaster allows you to create, shape and hold your style with this super flexible aerosol. Spray in and mess it up for maximum texture or spray all over to lock in your style."

St Moriz Instant Self Tanning Mousse - £2.99
Fudge Urban Texture Blaster - £3.99 ♥

Literally SUCH a cringey photo but this was my hair at 5:00pm when I'd used the Urban Texture Blaster at about 11am and it's kept my hair tip top! No hairbrush has been used in the making of this photograph. (Bear in mind my hair is naturally straight)

And this is my new ring... This was a total impulse buy but not one I'll regret. I love it.
Ring - Brighton Vintage Store (Unknown name) £8

From left to right:
Stall in the Brighton Lanes - £5
Set of 3 - Accessorize £2.50
Silver, white stone ring - Vintage Store £8


  1. I just bought the fudge urban texture blaster and was wondering how you used it to style your hair? My hair is naturally straight too :)

  2. I style it by backcombing my hair first then spritsing it on lightly... Sometimes I brush on top of the spray once it's dried to make a more natural volume boost. I also spray at ends of hair and mould hair into shape before it dries then comb through again... Hope this helped! x