How to: Kylie Jenner Blue Hair using Fudge Urban Hair Art

Tuesday, 28 July 2015


If you've read my last blog you'll know I bought some of the new range from Fudge Urban


The star of the show in my purchase is the Turquoise Noise Hair Art.

It is basically hair chalk but in a spray version...now it has some flaws, but it also has some great points..

I decided that if I wanted to make a full on impact with this hair, then I should go for full on big hair with extensions...plus it would mean spraying less of my own hair.

I lay my Foxy Locks extensions on a black towel and started spraying from the bottom up to make them ombre.


Now the first point I want to make is how pigmented this stuff is! That colour is just sprayed on nearly black hair and it coats it completely blue! 

I love that!!

A con is it also makes your hands blue...so wear gloves!

A second is...do it outside... I did it inside and a fine mist of blue seemed to settle all over the tiled floors...

Resulting in blue feet and paws!



Another tip is, if you are spraying a lot of hair, buy more cans than you think you'll need. They are £3.99 at Superdrug atm rather than £5.99

I started with only one can and only got halfway through the hair!





So I had to venture out the next day to find more! Also a warning only big superdrugs and boots do this stuff... I looked in three shops before I found it at the Superdrug on the Strand

When its done it looks so cool!





The next thing I did was spray the bottom of my own hair so it would blend in seamlessly.




And I left that all out of the way to dry whilst I did my makeup


Now in the picture below my hair is done...but you can't see the stress in my eyes!


Or the blue of my feet and hands...



Curling this hair was serious effort...

I did what I usually do separate off my hair curl it and then add extensions and curl them...and continue up my head.

First of all the hair on my actual head that I had sprayed was like a matted crisp... It is definitely a better idea to style your hair then spray it...and do that outside.

I think it would be much easier doing just your ends or just sections..but with the amount I did my hair was suffering and it was quite stressful to separate off sections. Curling it was fine...but the sectioning stressed me out



In some lights it looked a greeny teal colour





But with the flash it looked proper blue



I thought it looked so so cool! I was a bit disappointed we were in a dark club (Toy Room) and so noone could really see it!



I think if I did this again I would:

Wear Gloves
Spray it outside
Spray my hair once styled


Oh and the next morning...don't even talk to me about brushing my hair!
I washed it three times and deep conditioned it and it was still impossible to get a brush through

It hurt :(

The things we girls do for beauty!


Overall this product is great and I absolutely loved my blue hair! I just think taking the above precautions would make it much easier!

I think now that my extensions are blue I might just see if I can blend in my natural hair without spraying it...that would make this whole process MUCH less stressful!

Tag me in your pics on Instagram or Twitter if you try this out!

2 comments :

  1. Looks fabulous all the same! Love the blue cat paws! So cute haha x

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