John Frieda Frizz Ease Secret Agent Creme Reviews
Product Type: John Frieda hair care products
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Customer John Frieda Frizz Ease Secret Agent Creme Reviews (31)
by - written on 28/10/12 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I have horrible frizzy hair and I need to blow dry and staighten it after each time that I have washed it. By the time that I get to work, my hair is usually starting to get a bit frizzy again, especially on the ends so I decided that it was time to seek a solution... And the Frizz-Ease Secret Agent Flawless Finishing Creme by John Frieda seemed to be it. What does the product do? Hair becoming frizzy when it gets dry and loses moisture so this product promises to replenish the moisture levels, leaving the hair looking smooth and healthy. It claims that it will hide frizzy bits and split ends giving you the appearance of shiny and supple hair instead. It ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/08/11 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I have ever so slightly wild hair. It's almost waist length, thick, dry, naturally curly and unless I do anything to it it's rather fuzzy from the mid lengths down. This doesn't bother me so much these days, as I usually have it up and it's easier to tame so as long as I keep it healthy I don't much care. But, if I'm going 'out' out, I like to wear it down, straight or curly, and this is when I need a little help from products. I used to use the entire Frizz Ease range when I straightened my hair daily as a student and had much, much more money (ironic or what?) and had always been pleased with the results. So the Secret Agent finishing creme is one that I make sure I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/04/11 (Very useful, 71 readings)
I'm a marketers dream.. All they need to do is tell me that theres a product that could solve a problem I have and I'm there, money in hand and ready to buy. So, when they started advertising John Frieda I couldn't wait to try it out. Unfortunately, I couldn't justify the price tag so just kept longingly staring at it on the shelves. I can only assume that my mum had noticed me staring at these because Christmas 2009 she bought me a few from this range. I have hair that should be naturally wavy, unfortunately it's more inclined to frizz then anything else so I end up looking like I'm wearing this giant fluff ball on my head instead! What Is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/12/10 (Very useful, 98 readings)
During the winter in particular I get very static filled and frizzy hair, I do also get it if the summer is very hot but the winter and central heating, not to mention scarves around my neck, seems to be the worst time for my hair. I've tried a whole host of different serums and creams and various shampoos and conditioners but if they work at all it's usually to an unsatisfactory level and very short-lived. So a while ago in Superdrug I decided to go for some Secret Agent Protecting Creme from the John Frieda Frizz Ease collection. It cost me £3.50 for the 100ml tube at the time of purchase and I suspect it was on offer. The Secret Agent Protecting Creme is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/10/09 (Very useful, 181 readings)
There are quite a few celebrity hair stylists around now that pop up on different television shows but around twenty years ago only a few hair stylists achieved that fame and among them was John Frieda. John Frieda - John Frieda was the son of a man from Poland who opened a barber shop and then went onto built a few successful hair salons in London and this is were John worked part time and learned his trade, he opened his first salon in Mayfair and built up an elite clientle He launched his first hair care product in the early 1990s and that product was the Frizz ease serum that became a household name, after the success of frizz ease ... Read the complete review
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