Lately my hair has been feeling a bit frazzled and down in the dumps, this is due to the fact all I ever do is dye it and straighten it even though I know I shouldn't!. I haven't had my hair cut in about 8 months *Naughty Hairdresser* this is purely down to the fact I am growing my hair and I haven't found a decent enough hairdresser close to home who can do it - So if you guys know of any decent ones in the Central/South London area feel free to leave some suggestions. Anyway to cut a long story short I needed a quick fix and something that would work, this is where this little tub of goodness came in...
I had high hopes for this little pot from the moment I set my eyes on it, I normally get on well with John Frieda products with Frizz Ease Serum being one of my holy grails of hair care and have been repurchasing it for around about 10 years.
As soon as I got home I had to get this out give it a sniff (smells gorgeous) and pop it on my hair!. I was quite shocked with how light it actually felt, it was not one of these thick cream like consistency's that some deep treatments can be but instead a nice silky one. It glided on easily coating every single strand of hair, I left it to work its magic for around about 5-10 minutes then rinsed it off.
As I was rinsing my hair I could already feel it felt like absolute silk, it was rinsing out easily and I didn't have that dreaded knotty feeling I sometimes get so already it had a few bonus points. On first use I let my hair dry naturally which of course left me with curly hair but I wasn't faced with this horrible frizzy I've just stuck my finger in a plug socket look I normally get but instead healthy, bouncy defined curls... I could of squealed at this point with enjoyment!. I have also used it when I have blow dried and straightened my hair, the scraggy straw looking ends were replaced by smooth healthy and what can only be described as flawless hair an utter bonus.
The only flaw I can say I have with this is it leaves your hair feeling a bit flat or thinner but not in a lank I've got too much product in my hair or I used a really heavy conditioner way but in a more light and airy one, this possibly due to the fact that us with damaged hair are used to it feeling a bit big and fluffy because its in such rubbish condition.
Overall I have found this to be an excellent deep treatment and one that I urge you to go and buy if you are suffering the hair blues like I was.
Have you tried this? Do you like John Frieda products?
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