John Frieda 3 Day Straight.

21.5.11

I was recently sent a bottle of John Frieda Frizz-Ease 3-day straight to test out and review on Lily loves Lola. I should clear up first and foremost that I don't have curly or unruly hair; in fact my hair is naturally very straight and often just needs a bit of help from my straighteners on the ends. Also normally I wash my hair every single day, as my roots tend to get greasy and my hair looks dull. So please bear that in mind when reading my review.

To use this product I wash my hair as normal and then spray it onto the mid lengths and ends of my towel dried hair about 6 or 7 times, and then just a couple of sprays nearer to the roots. I blow dry my hair as normal (which is not really blow drying it at all, just blasting it in two sections until dry).

Then I use my Cloud Nine straighteners and this is where the magic happens. My hair instantly looks sleeker and shinier, and works better than many styling sprays I've used before.

Not only does this make my hair lovely and shiny, but the best bit is that the morning after my hair is still straight and sleek with no greasy roots. Normally if I skip washing my hair for a day I have to tie it up or make it wavy to disguise the fact it looks a bit dodgy. But not with this. I can wear my hair down again and it feels freshly washed and straightened.

3-day straight is £6.99 in Boots, or 2 for £7.50 if you take advantage of the special offer.

I imagine the results on unruly hair would be even more impressive!

9 comments:

  1. I brought myself some of this too and absolutely love it. I've never been able to have my hair down as much without using it before. I love how shiny and nice it makes your hair feel. Definitely one to keep.

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  2. I used colour enhancing John Frieda shampoos and conditioners for so long that I got sick of the brand ;) Now I use Aussie and TRESemme and I'm just amazed how good they smell!

    My hair is naturally straight (VERY straight) and to make a slightest curl or wave I really have to force it with irons... X


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  3. I'm the same, my hairs very straight but gets a bit flicky at the ends so this sounds worth a try.
    I wish they'd do like an opposite version, I'd kill to get some bend and movement into my hair without sitting there straightening for 2 hours!

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  4. Ooo, i might try this! I have really BIG frizzy hair! :-p

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  5. Oh I'm so glad I'm not the only one who washes my hair every day :) I simply can't stand my hair on day 2...

    thank you for a great blog!

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  6. I only wash my hair once a week (I'm not gross, I swear, it just doesn't need this)..I wonder if I could test it's limits ;)

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  7. My hair is straight, but it gets heaps of dents in it, which is why I want to try this product! Thanks so much for this post :)

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  8. Sounds good, I have just bought some today after reading your review. Can't wait to try it!

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  9. Oh interesting product! Will give this a shot when it hits the drugstores over here, seems like the perfect product for my hair =)

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