John Frieda Frizz Ease Extra Strength Serum Reviews
Product Type: John Frieda hair care products
Description:Brand: John Frieda / Type: Styling Serum / Subcategory: Styling Products / Suitable for: curly hair / What it does: ... more
John Frieda Frizz Ease Extra Strength Serum ... Smoothes, / hair styling / frizz-ease serum / 50mL / This intense formula is infused with silk proteins and seaweed extract to soften and add shine to even the most dull, coarse strands / Ideal for straight or curly styles / The results: unruly hair looks silky smooth & ultra manageable
Newest Review: ... does work wonders. My hair type is thick and frizzy, prone to split ends and over processed from dying. The first sign of ... more
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Customer John Frieda Frizz Ease Extra Strength Serum Reviews (10)
by - written on 06/08/12 (Very useful, 22 readings)
Finally a serum that has been produced for even the most unruly hair. I have thick, uneven wavy hair that I straighten on a daily basis, I wash my hair every other day and have been searching for something that will improve the coarsness and frizz that my hair seems to insist is normal. Well I bought this for about £4.50 from my local supermarket about 3 months ago and I'm still on my first bottle. I feel that the fact you use so little of this product with each application makes it great value for money. I use a standard shampoo and conditioner each time I wash my hair. Before towel drying my hair I add a small amount of the serum (the bottle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/03/10 (Very useful, 95 readings)
If John Frieda stopped making Frizz Ease Serum, I don't know what I would do. I have extra dry, naturally curly hair which turns big and frizzy at the first sight of damp weather. This makes the British winter an absolute frizzy nightmare. Luckily Frizz Ease Serum is my saviour. The serum contains silk proteins and seaweed extract to soften and add shine. It is suitable for both straight and curly hair. As I only have the extremely curly variety, I cannot comment on how useful it is for straight hair. The serum comes in a 50ml purple bottle which currently costs £5.79 in Boots. A bottle lasts me about 2 months. I think this makes it quite a costly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/10 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I had previously heard good things about these products but never tried them until recently. I originally brought it for my BF to try but he never used it and it bugged me that I had gone to the effort to buy it for him so i decided to try it. I brought it on a 3 4 2 offer but you can buy it on its own for about £5.79 for 50ml which you might think is quite expensive at first but when you see the amount you need you will realise its SO worth it! I have long hair and I only need 1 pump but people with really curly or frizzy hair may need more. My hair is not curly but it does have a slight wave and is it frizzy and static most of the time, if I had ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/08/08 (Very useful, 362 readings)
This is a hair product, I simply could not do without. As a natural curly haired girl (in the rain it verges on the afro look!) I find that if my hair is not cared for correctly it can end up a mass of frizzy ringlets..so not a good look. This product is quite pricey I think anyway. It comes in a 50ml tube like container and is £5.98 from boots. You remove the platic container from the outer carboard packaging, and you will see a pump action top, and this particular one is in a purple colour. The actual liquid is clear in colour but as you can get various types of the serum, I assume the colour of the bottle is so you can see at a glance the one ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/10/08 (Very useful, 207 readings)
Now that my favourite Charles Worthington Serum has been discontinued, I am having to try alternatives. When I saw the John Frieda Extra Strength Serum on special offer in Boots a couple of months ago, I decided to give it a go. My hair is quite frizz-prone, and difficult to manage, so I thought that the Extra Strength version of this serum might be just what I needed - especially as the front of the bottle declared that it 'corrects chronic, unruly frizz'. The serum comes packaged in a plastic casing with a cardboard sleeve, which I find to be very unnecessary packaging, but never mind. The actual bottle itself is also made of plastic and is a ... Read the complete review
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