(KMS Tamefrizz Fighter Kit – £29.50* from KMS California Salons)
I wanted to give the TameFrizz products a couple of tries before I commented on how they really worked. Within the kit you get the Tamefrizz shampoo, conditioner and de-frizz oil whilst also gaining two small sachets of the smoothing lotion and taming creme and a wide-toothed comb. I must admit though that at this point I have only used the main three products as they seemed to be the best products for what I was after. The shampoo lathers up beautifully allowing you to really work it through your knotted or unbrushed hair. It rinses away to leave you hair feeling really clean and in need of a condition. The conditioner however does not nourish and leave the hair feeling silky smooth like some. It does feel like it conditions it, just not to the extent that I usually love. Finally, the de-frizz oil works nicely into the ends of the hair and does seem to tame the hair somewhat upon drying. Yet, it does not smooth and soften my hair like other hair oils such as the Wella SP Luxe Oil which I adore, yet I guess this has the aim of de-frizzing rather than softening so perhaps that is the reason. The star product here is definitely the shampoo which is actually really brilliant and I would recommend giving it a try. After drying, the combination of the products did leave my hair slightly less frizzy and a tad more tamed than usual, although again I must admit it wasn’t something I would have noticed if I wasn’t looking for the change. Yet, saying that my hair doesn’t suffer from ultimate frizz, so for those that do end up with a big ball of frizz after drying, perhaps this could be one to try.
Have you given any KMS products a try? What did you think?