Hey guys! The other day I was wondering what kind of blog post I wanted to write, and I was trawling through my makeup while crying over how I couldn’t do an OOTD post because the weather was so awful, when I realised that for quite a while now, I had kept a secret from you all.
That’s right, I know.
I saw a product that I’ve come to adore, because it was everything I was looking for, and it delivered so much more than I expected from it, and I realised that I’d never even mentioned it. It hadn’t appeared in a favourites post, I hadn’t even mentioned how awesome it is on Twitter. It had sat, on my bedside table, helping me out every day. Almost like something so perfect, I didn’t want anyone else to know.Enough of this mushy love story, I am of course, as you can tell by the title of this post, talking about John Frieda’s Frizz Ease ‘Perfect Finish’ Polishing Serum.
I had been suffering from dry hair (especially on the very ends) for quite a while, as the lack of humidity during the winter months might be good for keeping my curls from going out of control, it’s actually really damaging to the lengths of my hair.
I had previously tried Vitapointe Leave-In Conditioner, and gotten on with it quite well, but I knew that I still wanted to try out an oil treatment that I could use for both a quick fix of moisture once I’d finished styling my hair, and an actual treatment on my hair.I actually found this Polishing Serum when I was picking up hair dye a few months ago because I thought it sounded like the perfect thing to put onto my hair once I’d dyed and blow dried it, as it might need a little moisture rescue.
To be honest, it was everything I expected when I first used it, but I highly overestimated the amount that I’d require. And as my hair is reasonably long now, that’s definitely saying something. I used two pumps (as the directions recommended adjusting the amount used for longer/thicker hair) but when running it through the ends of my hair, I realised it was too much because it started to sit and make them look a little bit greasy.
Overall, this product is ridiculously hydrating, and like I mentioned before, perfect for a finishing touch to your styled look, or for a hydrating mask before washing your hair. I also really like that it’s an affordable product because it’s recommend to be used ‘sparingly’, it lasts for much longer than other leave-in conditioners.
That’s it for my quick review of John Frieda’s Frizz Ease Serum, have you tried this product before? Let me know in the comments!