2 April 2014

Review: John Frieda - Frizz Ease Smooth Start Shampoo and Conditioner

John Frieda - Frizz Ease Smooth Start Shampoo and Conditioner

- Nourishes each and every strand of hair to replenish lost moisture and restore the hair's natural defence against frizz
- Contains Frizz-Mending complex and natural olive oil
- Fights all levels of frizz with added nourishment and a moisture-boost
- Leaves parched tresses silky, shiny and highly manageable
- Ensures hair is given the optimal smooth start leaving parched tresses silky, shiny and highly manageable, without residue
- Lightweight formulations that won't weigh the hair down but deliver exceptional results

John Frieda have recently released a range of targeted products for various hair types rather than primarily being focused on wavy or curly hair products. I was sent the shampoo and conditioner for naturally straight hair to review.

Review-John-Frieda-Frizz-Ease-Smooth-Start-Shampoo-and-ConditionerMy hair is very long (37" / 94cm hairline to ends) and is naturally straight, which is different to heat straightened hair! My hair can have flyaways, it being so long it tends to tangle easily as well. After washing my hair and letting it air dry I found that;

+ Hair felt moisturised not stripped
+ Felt soft
+ Hair wasn't too moisturised, weighed down or heavy

- My hair wasn't any more or any less manageable than usual

So overall I would say that the shampoo and conditioner were good, they left my hair feeling moisturised and soft but not heavy or weighed down. Although I didn't find it to reduce the frizz or make it any less tangle prone, I do think that my hair generally doesn't have the same problems you would have with curly or wavy hair. It would be interesting to find out how this fairs on more frizz prone hair.


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