AD | Gifted
You may have read some of my recent posts where I mention that Erin can now run circles around me. The past couple of months have proved that getting ready to leave the house with a toddler is hard work. If Erin isn’t trying to steal my make-up brushes she’s running between my legs when I’m trying to dry my hair. We were recently sent some products from the John Freida Frizz Ease range.
I have been colouring my hair since I was 14 and that means my hair isn’t in the best condition. I guess I never really thought of it as being frizzy though before but it is! Before having Erin I would straighten my hair every day, making it smooth and lovely looking. Now, I either don’t have time to do this or Erin makes it a really hard job. I’m very much a quick blow dry and go kind of girl now but I know my hair doesn’t look great!
Every day I have washed my hair as normal using the Frizz Ease products. Before blow drying I have also added one pump of the Original 6 Effects Serum. When my hair is wet it has a natural wave to it and when left to dry naturally, it ends up a bit of a poofy mess!
I honestly didn’t do anything fancy with my hair at all apart from blow dry straight down with a large paddle brush. I don’t dry in sections and I pretty much get it done as soon as possible.
I’ve been using the John Freida Frizz Ease Shampoo and Conditioner now for a week and wow, has it ever made a difference to my hair! My hair is so much smoother and sleek looking and it nearly matches what it looks like after using a straightener. I am so impressed.
Never would I have purchased products from this range before now but I have to say that I’m converted. Before I was using cheap shampoo and conditioner costing 65p a bottle from Lidl. I guess you really do get what you pay for and I’m willing to spend a bit more now to go out looking a bit more polished every day.