You may have noticed by now and from recent posts, I’m a big fan of hair care and styling and love trying out new products to see how they shape up! You may or may not of heard of Scaramouche & Fandango? Well let me fill you in about them!
Scaramouche & Fandango aim to put simplicity back into men’s grooming, offering a range of products that are high performing but communicated in a simple way. All the products in the range are made in the UK and are high in naturally derived ingredients. Prices range from £2.75 to £12.
I received a selection of products from their hair care range which included:
- Hair Pomade
- Hair Cream
The first thing that struck me about the products is the branding it oozes sophistication, I absolutely love it! Its simple, but bright and effective and has a real classy, modern look! I particularly like the shortened abbreviation for the name of each product, which makes easy identification. All the products have the Scaramouche & Fandango signature fragrance, which I adore, its fresh but has a kind of vintage feel to the scent.
The shampoo is made with black quinoa and shea butter. It also contains Keravis protein which is intended to keep your hair strong and healthy. It is available in 200ml and 50ml sizes and is priced at £7 and £2.75 respectively. The shampoo lathers up relatively well and washes out remaining hair product quite easily.
S&D Conditioner contains Keravis which helps strengthen hair and make it look and feel smooth and soft, whilst also providing protection from the elements. It also contains shea butter and black quinoa which can help to soothe and nourish your scalp. After daily use, it left my hair feeling smooth and soft and I didn’t experience any irritation. The conditioner is only available in 200ml size, priced £7.
The pomade (£12) makes quite a bold statement on the packaging, ‘Strong hold & High shine’. Does it live up to this? Well, the hold is impressive, it has a great strong hold, lasting all day. I even found that it performed well when I got caught out in the wind and rain and didn’t really go out of style. The shine is quite subtle, it creates a classic, slick look without it looking too much like gel. Its a really concentrated product, so only a very small amount is required for relatively short hair like mine. I found it washed out with relative ease using shampoo.
The hair cream (£12) offers a lighter hold but with a matt finish. As with the pomade, I found the hair cream to be concentrated, so only a small amount of product is needed for short styles. The hold is not as strong as the pomade, yet I still found it was good enough to last all day. The finish I got from the hair cream was a textured matt one. The product was washed out easily with the S&D Shampoo.
I’ve been really impressed with these Scaramouche & Fandango hair products. Although some of the products are towards the top end of the range, I think the price tags are justified by the quality. The pomade is my favourite product out of those I was sent because of its great hold and the vintage look it creates. This is certainly a range I would purchase in the future. For more information or to purchase any of the range of products, check out Scaramouche & Fandango.
Have you tried the Scaramouche & Fandango range, what did you think? Let me know in the comments below.
*These products were gifted to me for my honest review