John Frieda Brilliant Brunette Shine Release Moisturising Conditioner Reviews
Product Type: John Frieda hair care products
Newest Review: ... like a salon. The scent does however lightly linger in my hair for quite a while after I have used this conditioner, which I ... more
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Customer John Frieda Brilliant Brunette Shine Release Moisturising Conditioner Reviews (11)
by - written on 19/09/12 (Very useful, 20 readings)
John Frieda is known for high quality hair products so I was very pleased to have recieved a few bottles of shampoo and conditioner (costing around £5 per bottle). SCENT John Freida have balanced the art of smelling delicious, without being overpowering. The smell is how a shampoo should smell - a little sweet, a little sultry but still clean and fresh. Personally, this conditioner has one of my favourite hair product scents and the accompanying collection of shampoos/sprays/serums all share this gorgeous aroma. BOTTLE The bottle has a shimmery effect which creates a luxurious appearance. It's quite a large bottle too, which feels as if ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/04/12 (Very useful, 24 readings)
~Are you a Brilliant Brunette?~ *********************** I have used so many shampoos and conditioners in the quest for that perfect salon style product that leaves my hair swishy and shiny day in and day out, yet have sadly never really found something that works well with repeated use unless I alternate it with other products, which it what I have done with this conditioner. The John Frieda hair care range is one that I like on the whole, as it offers a variety of products to suit different weather and styling needs including this Brilliant Brunette conditioner. I have used this product both with the matching shampoo and without and found that it has a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/04/10 (Very useful, 68 readings)
The John Frieda Collection is one we will all have passed in the supermarket hair care aisle, but perhaps one many will have avoided, predominately due to the size of the products and the price that comes with them. The target audience is broken down into Sheer Blonde, Brilliant Brunette, Radiant Red and others such as Frizz Ease and volume products. The basis of my review is the Brilliant Brunette Shine Release Moisturising Conditioner which supplements the Brilliant Brunette Shine Release Moisturising Shampoo I have already reviewed. I bought my 50ml tube of conditioner from Tesco in the bargain bin for 90p alongside the shampoo. The dark bronzed chocolate ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
Ah, another favourite! I've already reviewed the shampoo (the close personal friend of this product) and now, as you do, to follow with the conditioner... I currently use the 'Hazelnut to Chestnut' version for lighter brunettes and have used the 'Chocolate to Espresso' version for many years. I've always used the 'Moisturising' ones as even though my hair is fine, it really appreciates a good moisturising. I wouldn't be without this conditioner. I have shoulder length hair and it works brilliantly to detangle the lengths. The best thing to do is after shampooing and rinsing, get a dollop of this and work it with your fingers through your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/01/13 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Almost every time I go shopping, I pick up a nice little conditioner or treatment for my hair, I love keeping it soft and silky and am a little bit of an addict when it comes to hair products. A few months ago, I picked up the John Frieda Brilliant Brunette Shine Release Conditioner on offer in Sainsburys. I love the John Frieda range and couldn't wait to give it a go. Scent This conditioner does not have the strongest scent, when I first bought it I expected it to smell stronger, but it still smells lovely. It has the same scent as most other John Frieda products, it is clean and fresh and smells a little bit like a salon. The scent does however lightly ... Read the complete review
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