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Wednesday, May 19, 2010
I love the John Frieda Frizz-ease collection. I have been using the Finishing Cream and Hair Spray for a few years.
The Flawless Finishing Cream lasts FOREVER if you use it right (you don't need much!). After each and every shower I have a lot of frizzyness if I blow dry my hair or let it air dry. Afterwards I'll apply some of the cream and it instantly flattens the frizz. Sometimes I'll miss a spot or two, so you have to be sure to work your hands through all of your hair starting at the roots to get the perfect look.
Using the Moisture Barrier Hairspray along with the Cream works really good too, especially if you're teasing your hair. Teasing creates extra frizz on my head, as I'm sure it does on many of you. It usually happens if it's not straightened or right after it's been washed.
Another great thing about the Hairspray is that it isn't real heavy. So, sometimes I'll use a little of it as a base, and then use my stronger Hairspray to top it off.
There's a lot more from the John Frieda collection besides Frizz-ease! I'm actually really interested in trying some of the Luxurious Volume and the Brilliant Brunette products.
Have you used any of these products before? Do you like them? Why or why not?