John Frieda Radiant Red Colour Protect Shampoo Reviews
Product Type: John Frieda hair care products
Description:Brand: John Frieda / Type: Hair Shampoo / What it does: Cleanses, Protects, / shampoo / for red hair / available in a range of blonde shades / 250mL / Enhances your hair̉s vibrancy and texture while gently cleansing it of environmental impurities and product ... more
John Frieda Radiant Red Colour Protect Shampoo ... build-up / Locks in lively red tones and illiuminates blazing highlights, without adding or depositing colour / Removes dulling residue to prolong the intensity of your ideal red / Contains moisture-rich ingredients and anti-fading agents to gently cleanse hair while preserving the colour, leaving hair soft and revitalised with blazing red shine / Features pomegranate and plum extracts / For colour-treated or highlighted redheads /
Newest Review: ... only) was considerably cheaper than the salon brand that I'd initially bought so it seemed worth a try. The shampoo costs ... more
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Customer John Frieda Radiant Red Colour Protect Shampoo Reviews (8)
by - written on 06/12/11 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Before returning to work in October of this year I was getting a bit fed up being in a 'mummy routine'! Seems a bit selfish but over my year of maternity leave I had fallen into a bit of a rut considering most of the time was spent running round like a mad woman the time actually spent specifically on myself was lacking and I felt that I needed a change before returning to work and feeling like me again rather than just a mum, which I love but when I go back to work I want to feel like me! My hairdresser is a friend of mine and when I suggested having bit of a change I wasn't expecting such a drastic shock. Before I had long, very dark brown hair and when I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/07/10 (Very useful, 378 readings)
After dying my hair red for the umpteenth time with a somewhat unreliable colourant, my hair quickly began to fade back to it's natural dull-brown colour. I looked around for a shampoo which promised to enhance the shade in the hope that it would then save me from having to redye my hair. I bought a bottle of John Frieda's Radiant Red as I'd seen it on TV, and the advert had promised everything I wanted from the product. After a couple of washes I found that the shampoo had indeed made the red parts of my hair more shiny and vibrant in colour (the difference was especially striking in the sunlight) but sadly the product had little or no effect on how fast the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/11/11 (Very useful, 71 readings)
After a disastrous attempt at dying my hair blonder, I ended up a lovely highlighted shade of orange which is never a good look. I had been thinking about going red for a while but I never found the courage to actually go ahead. When I dyed my hair using Garnier Nutrisse (see my review on the product before you buy), I discovered that red hair really does fade as quickly as everyone says. I googled how to stop it fading so quick and along with many 'homemade recipes', a great deal of people had recommended the John Frieda Radiant Red range. John Freida has a range of hair products to suit red heads, brunettes and blondes - all aiming to maximise ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/10 (Very useful, 375 readings)
My hair is dyed red, so you may well find this product works differently for you if you're a natural redhead. Packaging: This comes in a clear squeezable tube with a clear plastic flip cap. It's designed to stand up on the lid so the product falls to the opening for easy dispensing. The one problem I've found with the packaging is that the lid tends to get water stuck in it. It doesn't get into the tube with the product so you don't need to worry about it getting diluted, but you do get cold water dripping over your hands (and sometimes feet) when you open it. Product: This is a bright red colour and has a subtle sweet scent. It lathers well and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/13 (Very useful, 96 readings)
I recently dyed my hair red and knew that it was going to be a difficult colour to maintain. At first I bought a salon brand shampoo and conditioner at a very expensive price. It ran out pretty quick and I couldn't really afford to keep buying it, so I went to Boots to find alternatives. John Frieda Radiant Red Shampoo and Conditioner (shampoo and conditioner are separate, but this is a review of the shampoo only) was considerably cheaper than the salon brand that I'd initially bought so it seemed worth a try. The shampoo costs approximately £6, and the conditioner is about the same price. The shampoo is like a semi-translucent bright red colour when ... Read the complete review
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