October 30, 2013

The John Frieda Hair Trifecta

I've never been one to suffer from the "frizz-ball" look until my hair has got a bit longer. At the minute, my hair is the longest it has ever been and as much as I would say that it's in good condition for its length, it is obviously prone to a few strays and fly aways, particularly now that the weather is taking a turn for the worst! It's no surprise that the ends of my hair are most prone to a somewhat disastrous frizz and dryness, so when John Frieda asked me try out some of their hydrating and frizz-eliminating products, I was very keen to do so!

Until receiving these products, I had never ever used John Frieda (SHOCK! HORROR!), I had obviously seen the ranges in the likes of Boots and Superdrug but had never ventured into trying them. I must admit, I tend to stick with the standard "on offer"shampoos and conditioners with my hair (bad, I know) so it was lovely to take these into the shower with me and feel like I was giving myself a treat!

Now, I don't go to the hairdressers anymore, my Mum's friend trims my hair for me it for me, but these products made me feel like I was back in my salon cut and blow dry days. The Smooth Start Hydrating Shampoo* lathers up beautifully and smells luxurious. I honestly wish smell-i-vision was invented so that you could appreciate how gorgeous it is. It leaves your hair with that squeaky clean feeling too which I loooove.
The Smooth Start Hydrating Conditioner* works a treat too! It smells just as brilliant as the shampoo and you can feel that it's worked straight away when you can slide your fingers straight through your hair after rinsing. After using both of these products I can notice an instant difference in my hair, just through how nicely it dries. The frizzy areas are much more toned down and the smoothness is instantly noticeable.

As soon as I jump out of the shower and ring out my hair a little, I apply John Frieda's Hair Serum*. This product is to be applied to soaking wet hair. Now, I do find that a little odd as I tend to towel dry my hair as much as I can to avoid excess heat damage when blow drying, but even after applying this and some thorough towel rubbing, I can still feel its' effects. It leaves my hair feeling glossy and smooth and it keeps the fly aways at bay when blow drying. The applicator is easy to control too, making it easy to pump out as much as you require. It is aimed at those with medium to coarse frizzy hair but I find that even though my hair wouldn't be classed as frizzy by many, it still does a fantastic job and smoothing and adding shine.

I'm super impressed with the Frizz-Ease range and the gorgeous effect it has on my hair. The scent alone is enough to make me want to go back for more!

Have you tried John Frieda's Frizz-Ease range recently? You can check out their Youtube channel for some expert styling tips!

Lots of love, Steph xxxx


  1. I recently reviewed the Frizz Ease collection. It really has improved my hair. I suffer from the lion mane, incredibly large and naturally frizzy hair. After 2 weeks of using the shampoo, conditioner, treatment and curl serum my hair is so much smoother and sleeker!
    I usually stick to what's on offer aswell, naughty! But I think I'll definitely be looking into more Frizz Ease products!

    Peach Pow XO

  2. I will definitely have to look at this. My hair gets really frizzy sometimes. I also nominated you for The Versatile Blogger Award, I hope you get time to take part!


  3. I use the John Frieda frizz-ease heat defense spray and I love it!! Great review!!


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  5. Hiya! Lovely post!
    I have nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award! :)



  6. Frizz-Ease really works great. Recently I have used it. Definitely I will continue this product.



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