Posts Tagged ‘hair’

Nits. Head Lice. School age children bring the bastards home to infect everyone. Itchy heads. Scratchy scratchy scratch. Hooray.

I’ve somehow managed to convince the lovely people at Hedrin that I’m an INFLUENTIAL LIFESTYLE AND PARENTING BLOGGER and they have sent me some head lice medicine to try out on my kids, in an attempt to bring an end to the endless battle that comes from having kids with hair.


Hello. My name is Fudgey and I write misleading blog titles. It’s a hair dryer review! Do you see?

I’m sorry. I really am. No, come back.


Hi everyone, it’s been a while since I’ve written anything much here and I have no excuses other than laziness and a loss of creative mojo.

This picture is mostly unrelated to the contents of this post, but I can’t be bothered drawing up a different thumbnail. Also, this’ll have the women-of-a-certain-age clicking to see if I’m really wearing a tutu.

So, what have I been up to?


So, I got a haircut. Yay.


I was sent some hair straighteners to review because for some reason I am considered a professional authority on beauty products. This may be because I am so beautiful.

These are some LEE STAFFORD “No Strings Attached” Cordless Straighteners. For making your hair straight. Which is something people like doing.

So there you go. In a fabulous shade of pink. It’ll match my frilly knickers so I can’t complain. (more…)

So, yeah, it seems I lack the patience and time to do a daily video, edit and post. Did you really want to watch a video of me gurning every night anyway? Don’t answer that. Unless you have a nice answer.

Anyway, here concludeth (?) my review of the LQ Hair, Skin & Nails Supplement, with a fancily edited montage (using the kinemaster app, if you want to see how I actually still use things I review) and a bit of a summary at the end, filmed on my new EE 4GEE Action Camera, which I got today and hopefully will be doing more stuff with shortly.

The health supplement? Well, I can honestly say my skin and hair and nails have never felt better, but I didn’t think there was anything wrong with them to begin with, so I guess I’m not one to judge. I’m sure there was probably some benefit to taking the supplement, but being a curmudgeonly man who sits in his mancave all day, I really don’t know.

I’d still recommend this stuff though, nothing fell off me while I was taking them, and I learned all kinds of new words. So, that’s good.

To prove I’m not a completely useless marketing tool, I’ve gone and found the page on the Holland and Barratt website so you can have a look at the whole range of LQ stuff, and buy your own so you can pull all manner of sexy faces, just like me.

While you’re clicking links and that, why not click to follow my blog on here (I think the button is up there on the left), follow my universally ignored Youtube channel and like me on the facebook. You probably already follow me on twitter, but if you don’t, don’t bother, I’m too edgy and cool for the likes of you.

Hey there people, it’s me. Yes, I look old and haggard today, I’ve had a stressful couple of weeks.

Let’s have a look and see if this here LQ Skin, Hair and Nails supplement can make me feel and look a bit better, yes?

You can get this lovely stuff from Holland and Barrett if you’d like. It costs £29.99 for a box of 10, which I dunno, is that good value? I never buy health food stuff.

There’s a bunch of bumph/important information about the stuff, I’m gonna try and spread it throughout all the videos in this short series, so as not to bore you with 20 minutes of non-stop reading off of a bit of paper. Rather, I’m going to bore you with 9 installments of 4 minutes of me gurning as I drink fish shots.

See you  tomorrow for more! Woo!