5 October 2013

John Frieda Frizz-Ease: Review

You might remember i reviewed the John Frieda Sheer Blonde range back in March, read here if you missed it! I've recently been testing a few products from the iconic Frizz-Ease range. Because i regularly dye my hair, it can be very dry and prone to frizz; anything claiming to turn these frizzy locks to smooth curls i need to try! The entire Frizz-Ease range is packaged in a grey and purple design making it easy to spot when shopping for them.

Frizz-Ease Smooth Start Hydrating Shampoo £5.99
This contains Frizz-Mending complex and natural olive oil which replenishes lost moisture. I found you only need to use a small amount of this to get a good lather. Once washed out my hair feels immediately smoother. The light-weight shampoo would be great for those with fine hair as it leaves no residue.

Frizz-Ease Smooth Start Hydrating Conditioner £5.99
Conditioning is essential for curly tresses.  The Frizz Ease conditioner is also enriched with a unique Frizz-Mending Complex and natural olive oil.  The texture is not as thick as some conditioners so doesn't leave hair feeling 'heavy'.  This helps to de-tangle hair and makes frizz more manageable. 

Frizz-Ease Dream Curls Enhancing Oil £9.99
This curl enhancing oil is suppose to add softness and shine to curly/wavy hair. To activate the oil you have to shake it. I put about 20 drops of this onto damp and and let it dry naturally. My hair does feel softer after using this but i'm not sure if it adds much shine. 

 Frizz-Ease Miraculous Recovery Intensive Masque £5.99
The conditioner itself is quite thin and runny but this doesn't effect it's performance.   Once applied to hair it feels like a typical conditioner would with the added extra of a lovely clean,fresh scent. I leave this on in the shower whilst i do the rest of my shower routine before rinsing out. For a more intense mask, leave this on for an hour.  Once washed out i can instantly feel that my hair is a lot softer and silkier.  

Overall, i've enjoyed using the Frizz-Ease range. If you have naturally curly or wavy hair i'd definitely recommend checking it out.  I normally see John Frieda on offer at Boots and selected products are 2 for £8 at the minute. 

You can purchase the John Frieda Frizz-Ease range on their website here.  John Freida also have a youtube channel with lots of helpful hair tutorials, you can view these here

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  1. Sounds like good products - but I would still like to get just the one miracle shampoo that does everything - volumises, reduces frizz, nourishes, looks after color - the whole lot. I wonder if I'm asking too much... ? Xx


  2. I've dyed my hair loads like you and at the moment it's a bit of a mess so will definitely consider using these to tame it slightly! X


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