On a recent trip into Boots i discovered they had a 3 for 2 offer on a lot of products around the store. So i thought this would be a great time to dabble in the John Frieda products.
Heres what i bought;
John Frieda Frizz Ease Straight Ahead Shampoo £5.59
Love love LOVE this shampoo! My hair is rather prone to frizz and i've tried SO many products to try and tame my mane, but none have come up trumps.... until now! This shampoo has really toned down the frizz, its not completely got rid of it, but it has made a drastic improvement.
The shampoo feels really silky when applying it and it lathers and rinses out very easily too.
John Frieda Luxurious Volume Thickening Shampoo £5.79
I only tried this shampoo this morning, and wasn't actually expecting much from it to be honest. Shampoos that promise 'volume and body' don't usually materialise on my hair. After i blowdried my hair (i didn't use any other mousse/products whilst drying my hair as i wanted to test the shampoo fairly) i noticed that my hair was much more fuller from root to tip. I don't really feel it gave my hair 'volume' but instead it made my hair a lot more fuller. If my hair is feeling a bit lank and lifeless then i'll whip this little product out i think!
John Frieda Luxurious Volume Thickening Mousse £5.79
I use this mousse every morning when i've washed and towel dried my hair. I simply pump out some product and rake it through my hair, concentrating firstly at the roots. Then i dry my hair with my head upside down. The result? My hair looks much more fuller, bouncier and has much more volume at the roots too! One more quick point about this mousse is that it isn't sticky either, which is a big plus! The mousse is super easy to distribute through the hair and doesn't leave you with crunchy hair either.
All in all, i'm very pleased with the John Frieda products, and will definately be investigating other products they have on the shelves very soon!
I think the 3 for 2 offer is still on in Boots, so if you are in need of some new hair products then i'd definately recommend nipping in.
Have you tried any John Frieda products, what would you recommend?