John Frieda Sheer Blonde Healthy Attitude Spray Reviews
Product Type: John Frieda hair care products
Newest Review: ... up losing it pretty quickly. The spray works well and doesn't spray too much or too little or all in one place, it's a nice ... more
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Customer John Frieda Sheer Blonde Healthy Attitude Spray Reviews (29)
by - written on 01/04/08 (Very useful, 236 readings)
John Frieda Sheer Blonde Healthy Attitude Spray is a leave-in nourishing spray for blonde hair. It's part of what is now rather an extensive range of Sheer Blonde products which can be bought in beauty shops, drugstores and supermarkets. This spray costs £4.49 for a 200ml bottle. This leave-in nourishing spray is created specially for blondes in need of hydration, and it's super-concentrated leave-in formula with essential vitamins and protein adds a boost of health to dry, damaged blonde hair, while providing a heat shield against thermal damage. Provitamin B5, honey, and wheat germ extracts instantly replenish moisture, restoring silky, shiny condition. It ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/03, updated on 29/04/03 (Very useful, 1862 readings)
Everyone wishes that they had someone else's hair, but I have the sort of hair that no one would ever wish for! It's really thin, optimistically referred to as 'baby fine' by my hairdresser although even a baby would complain if they were lumbered with it. Its always seems flat and lank and it just won't grow. Of course I've made it worse over the years by committing heinous acts of hair abuse on it with a bleach bottle. Of course even that's Mother Natures fault. If she?d given me the fabulous hair I deserve I wouldn't have abused it, but as a result of being bleached to within an inch of its life, my hair gets frizzy and very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/08/02, updated on 28/09/02 (Very useful, 3209 readings)
As a child my hair was so blonde it was transparent and so thin most people thought I was bald until I was three. Still, I grew darker as I grew older, but instead of developing the mahogany brown with natural blond high-lights the rest of my family have I inherited the lank, greasy chip pan blonde from my Dad. I rely on foreign holidays to sun bleach my hair and to stop me looking like an extra from East-Enders, but this year I'm too poor to go away (ahhhhhh). With growing despair on the darkening of my hair I find myself in boots one Saturday looking at bottles of Sun-in. I quickly regained my senses you'll be glad to hear and went off in search of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/09/02, updated on 16/09/02 (Very useful, 1811 readings)
I'm sure everyone who reads this has dyed their hair from time to time, but then again, there's a quite a few dying virgins who have a great hair colour, and has no need to change it, well if you saw my natural colour, you'd know why I dye it! Think a nice muddy colour! I’ve been every hair colour there is, from black to blonde with quite few mistakes in between (think Pink, and a nice sage green!) I love dying my hair, but my favourite colour has to be blonde, as they say blondes have more fun, which I completely agree with. I feel much more confident with blonde hair than I do with my horrible drab natural brown colour. So not long long ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/09/00, updated on 19/09/00 (Very useful, 240 readings)
Having bought this over-priced product, I assumed what I was getting would be good and do exactly what it says it will. I was bitterly dissapointed with 'Blonde'. It was nothing special - a completly ordinary shampoo as far as I could see and did absolutly nothing for my blonde hair. Honestly, take my advice, for goodness sake do not spend your money on this awful product. You'd be better off buying a normal shampoo/conditioner that does better things to your hair than expecting 'Blonde' to make your hair look a little more great. The conditioner was less than satifying too - it may as well have been Sainsbury's own or similar. ... Read the complete review
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