John Frieda Sheer Blonde Go Blonder Conditioner Reviews
Product Type: John Frieda hair care products
Description:Brand: John Frieda / Type: Conditioner / Gradually lightens hair /
Newest Review: ... one and half a dozen of the other; you have to take the good with the bad. For the reasons that I have discussed above, I ... more
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Customer John Frieda Sheer Blonde Go Blonder Conditioner Reviews (6)
by - written on 26/05/13, updated on 26/05/13 (Very useful, 103 readings)
~~~ John Frieda Sheer Blonde ~~~ ~~~ Go Blonder Lightening Conditioner ~~~ My natural hair colour is a nondescript mousey dark blonde, and after a trip to the salon about a year ago, I came back with bleach blonde highlights, which as a qualified hairdresser I knew would need some careful looking after; to maintain the brightness and that 'just stepped out of the salon' look. I immediately turned to John Frieda's range of products; as a well-known celebrity hairdresser, I trusted that he wouldn't put his name to something that didn't live up to its claims but did this prove to be correct? This review discusses my thoughts concerning the Go Blonder ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/10 (Very useful, 382 readings)
I'd never glorify myself with a title such as veteran when it comes to conditioners. In fact, these shampoo companions never made a drop of sense to me in the past as I saw them standing tall in the bathroom for months and months, until the replacement arrived with the same instinct to stare at me. After growing my hair to a length that could be styled with spikes, twists and messy patches, I soon learned the importance of a conditioner the hard way. From heat appliances, wax and daily washing, my hair has become horribly split (even to the root in places) that I've had to go into a kind of rehabilitation of my hair by treating it the best I can. The answer to that, was . Read the complete review
by - written on 16/11/09, updated on 16/11/09 (Very useful, 235 readings)
I recently dyed my hair much lighter, so I decided to try and keep the colour lasting as long as possible in between dyeing it again. So I thought I would buy the shampoo and conditioner in this range. Both the conditioner and shampoo stated that they gradually lighten blonde hair so I thought even better. This review is about the conditioner, the product is by John Frieda and is called Sheer Blond Go Blonder Conditioner. On the Boots website the description of the product states that the conditioner will gradually lighten all blonde shades and at the same time deeply nourishing the hair. Well my hair has still kept the intensity of the colour when I first ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/05/11 (Very useful, 29 readings)
As I said in my review for the shampoo I bought this shampoo and conditioner to try and make my highlights last longer as I don't have much time to go to the salon. Currently you can get all John Freida products in Asda on a 3 for £10 offer which works out a good deal as the conditioner is normally £5.89. The conditioner replenishes moisture to natural, colour-treated and highlighted blonde hair. With citrus extract and chamomile, the moisturising formula smoothes and nourishes for silky, healthier looking hair. To use the conditioner you massage into clean wet hair from root to tip then rinse with warm water. It is recommended on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/06/09 (Very useful, 578 readings)
I normally don't like to spend more then a pound or two on a conditioner but this one just caught my eye, at a usual price of about £5.50 i thought boot's '3 for £10' on John Frieda products was quite a good deal, and resulted in a good saving of more than £5. When i first started using this product i really wanted it to be good, as i was hoping to justify my spend, and i can really say it excelled my expectations, after just a few washes, (with use of the shampoo aswell) i noticed my hair lightened, not in an extreme way, but it just seemed to look alot heathier and sun kissed, im also awful for using very large amounts of conditioner as my hair is quite dry, however ... Read the complete review
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