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Frizz Fighting Heroes

John Frieda Frizz Ease Serum – £6.29*
John Frieda Flyaway Tamer – £10.99*
John Frieda Hydrate and Rescue Deep Conditioner – £6.99*

John Frieda Frizz Ease Serum – £6.29*
John Frieda Flyaway Tamer – £10.99*
John Frieda Hydrate and Rescue Deep Conditioner – £6.99*

For those with hair that seriously needs maintaining, here are three frizz and dry hair fighting heroes from one of my favourite haircare brands, John Frieda:

The Deep Conditioner
Luckily my hair isn’t overly frizzly, not to an overwhelming extent anyway. However, it does need heavily maintaining due to the bleach and dyes I have added to my hair for the past 12 years or so. Due to that, I find that every single time I wash my hair, about twice a week, I tend to use a deep conditioning treatment as the conditioning stage. I used the John Frieda Full repair treatment for a while when it was packaged in a cute little tub, but now the brand have repackaged it into a handy tube and have packed in even more products to make your hair hydrated and rescued after usage. This product is definitely one to try if you just need to give your hair a boost. Smells lovely, makes your hair feel like silk and also helps to tame it after drying.
The Tamer
If you are more prone to baby hairs, flyaways or broken hairs, the Flyaway Tamer could be a saviour for you. Perfect for when you are putting your hair up into a tight pony tail or plaiting it down the side of your neck, the tamer is simply brushed over your parting, hairline or any loose hairs to tame them into place. Saves spraying hair spray aimlessly as your hair and hoping you hit the right area, this saves the hassle and can be handily kept in your bag for any slick hair touch ups. If you apply sparingly, you will get the best results.
The De-Frizzer
For someone who prefers to apply products to their hair wet, the Frizz Ease serum can be worked into the hair before drying to enable a frizz free finish. It helps to smooth and tame the hairs so that they react better during the drying stage and your hairstyle will be much more manageable than if you dry it without any product applied. I always make sure that I add oils, heat protectant and products such as this to my hair every time before I dry it, as the end result is so much better than drying without. More volume, much smoother and tamed hair and just more bounce and shine generally. 
I hope these products might be able to solve some of your hair dramas :)

V x

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