John Frieda Sheer Blonde Volumising Shampoo Reviews
Product Type: John Frieda hair care products
Newest Review: ... is a lot gentler, leaving my hair very clean and soft and definitely blonder. It doesn't add as much volume as some other ... more
Customer John Frieda Sheer Blonde Volumising Shampoo Reviews (6)
by - written on 04/03/10 (Very useful, 46 readings)
John Frieda Sheer Blonde Volumising Shampoo Description: Brand: John Frieda / Hair Care Type: Shampoo. Before I begin this review, I should explain that I have blonde highlighted hair which I visit my salon around every 10 to 12 weeks to have redone. I also straighten my hair (I do use GHDs and straightening heat protection spray too) so have to take extra care to ensure that it doesn't become dry or damaged. Visiting the salon regularly is a treat (I love having my hair done, I always feel relaxed and pampered!) but of course it is also expensive and so I like to try and use products which help to stretch out the time between ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/03/09 (Very useful, 157 readings)
I am often using the John Frieda range for my highlighted hair. I tend to favour the moisturising one the best. But the thing that puts me off is the price, they are close to a fiver for a bottle and that seems quite steep. What does this shampoo do? It is designed to give the hair added volume while keeping the blonde colour true in your hair. It claims to remove dulling residues and restore dazzling blonde highlights. Smell: Non offensive, a hint of fruityness, only slight though, it is almost fragrance free. How to use: The good thing is that it lathers up a treat. A small blob is needed and then you ... Read the complete review
by CherryVegas - written on 31/01/09, updated on 31/01/09
The only reason I really bought this shampoo was because there was a 3 for 2 offer on the John Frieda range in Boots. It normally costs £4.69 for a 250ml bottle, which is not a bad price by any means. The shampoo comes in a choice of 2 shades - Platinum to Champagne, or Honey to Caramel. My hair is a very dark blonde with highlights, so I went for the Honey to Caramel shade. The shampoo, as with the rest of the Sheer Blonde range, is suitable for both natural and coloured/highlighted blonde hair. John Frieda claims that the shampoo has Light Enhancers to rid strands of dulling residues, restoring blonde hair's clarity so light can shine through. It ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/11/09 (Very useful, 27 readings)
John Frieda- 3 Words...Sexy, Shiny, Fresh! The Packaging This shampoo as you can she is dispensed from the bottom of the tube and is very easy to use as with all shampoo. It's attractive colours appeal to the eye and make this very hard to resist! John Frieda is well known for excellent hair care and great products. It is trusted by many male and females and this is the reason why they provide us with these great products. After you have styled your hair you can kiss goodbye to flat hair because this leaves your hair nourished and full of life. The Price This is not a cheap product and can be picked up for around the 5£ mark. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/08/09 (Useful, 19 readings)
I always feel that John Frieda is one of the more trusted celebrity hair stylists. His 'No More Frizz' serum is one of the best products on the market and it is a product which I use regularly. His Volumising Shampoo was very impressive at first. After the first wash I was wowed by the volume and my hair did seem that bit blonder and shinier. I feel now that possibly this was just the effect of a new shampoo on my hair. After a few washes it felt like there was a thin film on my hair like a build up of residue that the shampoo was creating. The volumising effect decreased as I continued to use it which was dissapointing. My hair did go blonder with continual ... Read the complete review
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