Wednesday 16 November 2016

John Frieda Frizz Ease #CurlCollective Review

I have used the John Frieda Smoothing haircare range for years. I'm guilty of trying to flatten and straighten my naturally curly hair but when John Frieda sent me their Frizz Ease Dream Curls range, I was ready to embrace them again. I thought I'd share my thoughts on the range and whether the products helped to enhanced my natural curls.

John Frieda Frizz Ease #CurlCollective Review

Starting in the shower with the shampoo and conditioner. The shampoo cleaned my hair well without drying it out and the conditioner helped to smooth the hair without it feeling weighed down. I usually squeeze out the excess water out with a towel and then wrap my hair up in my Turbie Towel. I find letting my hair dry a little in the towel cuts time of the natural drying time.

Once my hair was starting to dry, I combed through a little bit of the Daily Styling Spray and the Air Dry Waves Styling Foam. The foam was a little drying on the hair, so make sure to brush any tangles out. I couldn't feel either of the products in my hair once it had dried completely, which is a thumbs up from me.

Sleeping on curls often flattens them, so in the morning I used a tiny amount of the Calming Creme to de-fizz and the Curl Reviver on patches where the curls looked like they needed a refresh. Both products helped to revive the style and keep my curls bouncy.

Overall, I love the range, they are simple but effective products which smell incredible. The John Frieda Frizz Ease Dream Curls range has helped me fall back in love with my natural curls, perhaps I put the straighteners away for a little while...

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