Oh Fudge!

July 30, 2002

Fudge Session tools of the trade

Organise a Fudge Session with your best girly friends (think Tupperware with attitude), a few bottles of bubbly and a dip or three and let a trained Fudge hair and makeup expert take you through the impressive, wearable and most importantly, affordable range.

SheSaid recently hosted a Fudge Session of their own and what a night! Check out the photos!

Our host Lucy arrived on the dot of 6 as we were settling in to a well-earned glass of post-deadline bubbly. Our boardroom was soon transformed into Glamour Central ? a to-die-for beauty parlour – cosmetics, lotions and potions as far as

More champers please!

the glitter-shadowed eye could see. Lucy then guided us through the extensive range of Fudge products ? and those of you who think Fudge is just about hair, you?re in for a surprise. There were styling products, shampoos and conditioners, make up, body glitter, body paints, hair colours and underwear to test out and try on.

The products are produced by an Italian manufacturer who also makes cosmetics for mega-makeup houses such as MAC, Maybelline and L’Oreal.

We were impressed by the ‘No Crust’ Ultra Lash Colour mascara, that while being utterly budge-proof was surprisingly easy to remove amd didn’t

Every colour imaginable

rip your eyelashes out! The quick drying Supersonic Nail Polish in every colour you can imagine were also a hit – with the girls and boys!Hair-wise, we loved the De Frizz product that instantly smoothed nasty flyaways and calmed down frizzy hair too. Headpolish is perfect for those of us wanting to get a bit of shine in their lives!

For those who love a party, you have to try Fudge Warpaint body and hair paint for wild nights. And if you’ve ever wanted to try liquid eyeliner but couldn’t quite get the hang of applying it, the Fudge

Amy chooses the colours for her makeover

Eyeliner is virtually foolproof and comes in black (of course) and our favourite Sound – a metallic grey-mauve hue.A couple of girls opted to have mini-makeovers with some of the products that caught their eye, and the results were pretty amazing. Even the boys couldn?t resist dabbling with the body paint and even a coat of nail colour!

Far from the ?sell, sell, sell? style of some party plans, the Fudge concept is very laid-back. Ask questions and get expert advice from the funky, friendly Fudge girls. Plus you can take advantage of some great discount-priced products and packages

Zak gets a pink mohawk

available in store.A Fudge Session is a great idea for your next girl?s night in ? who doesn?t love the chance to play with groovy hair and make up products and sip a wine or two? Organise a Fudge Session of your own, contact Fudge on 1300 727 892 or check out the Fudge website.

Pretty in pink!

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