Monday, 26 March 2012


john frieda full repair shampoo and conditioner

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john frieda full repair shampoo and conditioner: boots/superdrug (£5.69 each) *

In my eyes, Shampoo and Conditioner fall into two categories. The ones I like, and the one I don't like. Im not really big on hair products, I am trying to improve my hair care routine but it really doesn't appeal to me that much. To briefly explain my history with hair washing products, Im not brand loyal in the slightest. I tend to buy whatever is on offer in Boots or Superdrug, ones that are fragrance free (Im allergic to most highly scented hair products, especially Herbal Essences) and where possible volumizing ones. Also I despite having dryer ends don't generally use Conditioner. This is mainly because it weighs my fine hair down and I use Morroccan Oil or treatments to give my the hair moisture.

I really like the smell of the John Frieda Shampoo and Conditoner duo, its fresh and light. Im not allergic to it either, which is always a plus side! The product comes in bright red packaging and although I was skeptical about the squeeze tubes at first, they are really easy to use and perfect for the shower. The John Fredia Full Repair Shampoo is light and it really feels really clarifying and my hair is left really clean and soft. I've recently been testing a lot of products on my hair which can build up if I don't use a good shampoo to get rid of the build up. Like I said before I don't tend to use Conditioner, However the John Frieda Full Repair Conditioner is incredibly lightweight and I find it doesn't weigh my hair down at all. I have quite dry ends (thanks Ombre!) then the rest of my hair is normal but I have fine hair so products can leave it looking greasy if I use too much. I actually really enjoyed trying out the Full Repair Conditioner and I would probably buy it again.

I think if you have dry or damaged hair then the John Frieda Full Repair range is for you. It might be too much for people with oiler to normal hair. Its very lightweight range even though its moisturising which means its great for dryer/damaged hair. With mine being a mix of the two I found it perfect mix of moisturising without being too heavy. I can see myself purchasing this again as I've really enjoyed trying them out.

14 comments:

  1. Ooooh, I've been wondering about this and might just have to give it a go! I'm highly doubtful that it'll beat my favourite redken, but if it really is moisturising then god knows I need it, my ends are brittle and frankly disgusting! xx

    http://fridayisforever.blogspot.co.uk xx

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  2. Also, it might help that I absolutely LOVE your hair and will probably fall for anything hair related that you tell me...

    *shifty*

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  3. I love your posts! Have you tried any Pantene? I always find their products work really well on my dry hair xx

    http://totiebabie.blogspot.co.uk/

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  4. I have a major love hate with these. I love the effect but as with all John Freda products my roots get really oily realy quickly :/

    www.prettylittlerayy.blogspot.com

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  5. I've been looking at these tonight wondering whether to buy them or not! They sound great. X

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  6. I'm pretty much the same as you, just get whatever's on offer at boots. But these sound like they're worth a try. My hairs really damaged from dying and bleaching it! Xo

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  7. have seen these about, but I find some John Frieda shampoos make my hair get greasy really quickly :( x

    http://wewereraisedbywolves.blogspot.co.uk/

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  8. aargh i need to get my hands on these! i've only heard good stuff so far x

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  9. I've got the conditioner and I love it! x

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  10. I really want to try these!! My hair needs some care...
    xx

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