John Frieda Beach Blonde Reviews
Product Type: John Frieda hair care products
Description:Brand: John Frieda / A heat accelerated gel for blonde highlights
Newest Review: ... is a big shame, this product is really going to be missed by a few people. This product is gel like, you add it to dry hair ... more
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Customer John Frieda Beach Blonde Reviews (6)
by - written on 25/05/01, updated on 25/05/01 (Very useful, 4627 readings)
Have you ever bought a product 'on spec', used it, and had a sudden dawning realisation that it's so good that you are probably going to use it regularly for the rest of your life? Having tried John Frieda Beach Blonde Sun Streaks, I can now understand exactly how Victor Kiam felt when he said his oft quoted line "I was so impressed I bought the company!" Let me tell you about my hair. If you were being exceptionally kind to me, you might probably describe it as "fair" or "dark blonde". If you were telling the truth, then "mousy" might be the word used. However, at the first touch of the sun in the summer, it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/01, updated on 11/10/01 (Very useful, 7189 readings)
The idea behind Beach Blonde Lemon Lights is that, instead of trying to lighten your hair on the cheap with lemon juice, you can buy a pretty expensive tube of hair gel containing lemon juice that will do the job instead. I’m now about half-way through my tube of the stuff, and I thought I’d report in on what I think… So, first of all, does it work? Has it made my hair any lighter? Well, maybe. In a certain light, if you’re squinting. You get the idea. In all fairness though, it does say it creates subtle effects, and I haven’t exactly been following the instructions. You’re supposed to slather it on and go and sit in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/09/01, updated on 18/09/01 (Very useful, 3576 readings)
There are two products in the beach blonde range - Sun Streaks and Lemon Lights. The first is for dramatic results so I tried Lemon Lights - the subtler one of the two (to be on the safe side). Lemon Lights is a semi transparent yellow gel, packaged in a sexy clear, wide tube. It contains real lemons and claims to accelerate the highlighting effects of the sun. Lemons have been known for this sun lightening for some time - so I presumed this gel would produce even better results without that nasty crunchy wet look. Sadly not. Unsurprisingly the gel smelt of lemons, if slightly sweeter which was nice. I decided to apply it in sections to give ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/07/05 (Somewhat useful, 1124 readings)
I have been using the beach blonde sun streaks for past few years......and its worked wonders. Absolutly transformed my hair from murkey brown with natural but odd highlights to shiny blonde. Butttttt....they have discontinued sale of it!. Does anyone know why?. Or know of a good alternative?. Let me know.xx. Its extremly easy to apply, i used a toothbrush!. and i miss it very much. Would love to find a good alternative or even better the product itself. Much reccommended, john friedas products although expensive are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/05/06 (Somewhat useful, 2190 readings)
This is a big shame, this product is really going to be missed by a few people. This product is gel like, you add it to dry hair and you only need a to use a little. Use sun streaks for a natural colour in the sun or by using the heat from a hairdryer. The result is a lovely golden blonde without having to pay a fortune for it. Sun streaks seems to have been discontinued forever but I have able to buy it on a well known auction site. This product will be sorely missed by a few blondes when it finally runs ... Read the complete review
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