Monday, August 1, 2011

John Frieda Full Repair and Frizz Ease

We all love to experiment with and style our hair; and the damage we inflict is often severe. Blow dryers, flat irons, curling irons are tools that we use everyday without giving it a second thought. Now, thanks to the John Frieda® Full Repair Collection, you can continue to use the tools you love without risking more damage to your hair!

This salon-inspired collection specifically addresses an issue stylists are seeing with increasing frequency: short, broken hairs, flyaways and damaged ends caused by constant styling. John Frieda® developed the collection to repair damage due to heat styling and coloring, instantly transforming parched, damaged hair into smooth style with body and bounce.

“So many women who come into the salon have absolutely destroyed their hair by over-styling, over-coloring, and generally overdoing it,” explains Harry Josh, John Frieda® International Creative Consultant. “They traumatize their hair trying to get a certain look, but then they can’t maximize it because their hair is so fried. Full Repair™ offers them damage control that won’t weigh their hair down, letting them style to the limit while actually reversing the damage they’ve done to date

I also got to try out the John Frieda Frizz Easy Repair Serum, which was developed to repel humidity to prevent weather related frizz. Frizzy hair has always been a big problem of mine, especially when blow drying, so I was hoping this would work. The serum is meant to instantly take hair from dry and frizzy to smooth and glossy. It's formulated with seaweed extract to help the smoothing process.

Notice there is no frizz on my hair at all. It looks smooth and put together. I think this serum works nicely against unruly frizzy hair, and John Frieda's Frizz Ease Repair Serum can be yours for $9.99 at a local drugstore near you.

Disclosure: A press sample was sent to me for consideration from PR for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own. No monetary compensation was received.

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