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Tuesday, August 07, 2012

JOHN FRIEDA FULL REPAIR DEEP CONDITIONER HAIR MASK & PERFECT ENDS SHEER MIST

I recently posted about the John Frieda Full Repair Range and there latest Step-by-step styling tutorials. I have loved trying out those techniques on my own hair and getting used to creating the full body blow-dry look, see that post here. In the meantime, I got chance to try some of the products out for myself. I have been using these products for a good two weeks now, so I thought it was about time I shared my own thoughts on them.
Full Repair Deep Conditioner Hair Mask, 150ml £5.99* - I am always one for an intensive hair mask, I think I have about three sitting in my bathroom right now. I like to use heat on my hair most days, (I know, not good) so I do like to give my hair some therapy whilst I'm washing it. What I like about this conditioner, is that it's not too thick, so it doesn't weigh hair down, whilst still nourishing hair back to it's former state. This formula contains lightweight Incha Inchi Oil which conditions deep and repairs the look and feel of over-styled hair. I think this product is also great for coloured hair, it really does give hair some well needed TLC. This conditioner smells amazing, and leaves my hair feeling so silky soft, it is definitely worth a try!
Full Repair Perfect Ends Sheer Mist, 75ml £6.99* - This product is a heat protectant that smoothes fine-textured hair which has been damaged from heated hair tools. I normally use John Frieda's Sheer Blonde Leave-In Conditioner, but have loved using this product so far. You use this on wet hair, concentrating on the ends. Again, I feel this product is really lightweight, and it doesn't feel like you have any product at all in your hair. The Sheer Mist also contains Inca Inchi Oil which is rich in Omega-3 and absorbs into worn-torn strands instead of coating the surface. The product has left my hair feeling really smooth, especially the ends, whilst giving my hair some body and the overall appearance less frizzy, so less need of straightening it. It also smells lovely, the same scent as the conditioner.
Overall, I am really happy with the John Frieda Full Repair range, I will be continuing to use these products and hopefully my hair will be in a better condition than before. For the price, I don't think you can go wrong. I would really recommend using these products if you have dry/over-worked/coloured hair. Hopefully now, any split ends are under control.
*PR Samples

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10 comments:

  1. The hair mask sounds great, I'm using the Aussie one at the moment which I love but this one really does sound interesting :)

    Charlee
    http://charmedcharlee.blogspot.co.uk
    xxxx

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    1. yes I've got the aussie one in my bathroom too! this one leaves your hair so soft, I can't stop touching it :)x

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  2. That's are good deals for our hair1 Thank you so much for sharing!
    following you, hope you can follow me back
    xoxo
    The Land of Miabelle

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    1. Thank you, yeah great products. I will check out your blog.x

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  3. amazing products!
    thank you for sharing all those info :)

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  4. I have just purchased the shampoo and conditioner as they were half price in Morrison's. looking forward to using them might need to invest in the mask too. I love those kind of thing and my hair needs it.

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  5. Ooooo I love a good conditioning masque too, must try this one!!
    X

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  6. Can't wait to give these a whirl! Conditioning products are so addictive.. xx

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  7. Need to give this a try! looks great!

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    x

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  8. I have been wanting to try these! Great review! Love your blog~!

    http://dulcet-sparkle.blogspot.com

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