First of all I think we must address the advert:
Thank goodness we live in a world where consumers no longer trust advertisements, because this is, quick frankly, a joke.
- There is no way that John Frieda would choose a model whose hair was genuinely in that condition.
- The products do not make your hair look like afterwards, unless of course you have your own hair stylist.
I have tried all but one of the products from the range and some, more than others, are really lovely to use.
Shampoo and Condition both £5.69
The shampoo and conditioner combo lather lovely and smell great, but they didn’t leave me with that silky soft feeling you get from a really successful hair wash. There’s no swishing after using these products.
These two products are basically the same thing; I am yet to work out their true difference (apart from the slightly larger bottle for one). They are styling mists. One is supposed to protect and style the hair, whilst the other is supposed to repair it. I am yet to see a real difference in the two when used in my hair regime.
The foam is really lovely to use. I use it as a thickener through the ends of my hair and it is nice to have a foam that doesn’t stick your hair together or feel heavy.
However, with all the above said, this product is the breakthrough, MUST HAVE, amazing item from the entire collection. It is the smallest sized product, yet the effect it has is the most magnificent. I use two pumps through wet hair (it is runny oil, so be careful it doesn’t spill out of your hands), and when I have straightened my hair I apply another pump to the ends. It leaves your hair super soft, wonderfully styled and makes your hair shine too. I seriously recommend this product if you want luscious locks!
(Available at Boots)