Wednesday, 4 July 2012

Straight out waste of money

My problems with my fringe continue to upset and offend so I thought I'd give this a try. As you can see, it comes in a box so I did not read the teeny tiny print on the back of the bottle before purchasing. If I had, I would have found out one thing and failed to find out a second. The thing you are told is that to keep your hair straight for three days as promised by this product, you have to use flat irons every day. Not every third day, Every day. If I want to do that, I don't need this product do I? The thing you aren't told is that it doesn't work without also using serum. Without serum it keeps hair straight about 30 minutes maximum. And if I use serum, I don't need this product, do I? And with serum and straighteners, you get about 3 hours of straightness out of it. Pointless waste of money.

Recommend or do not recommend? Do not recommend.


  1. Frizz Ease serum has no effect whatsoever on my wire-wool locks. John Frieda is a chancer.

  2. Yes, I've never liked the serum. I currently use a cheap Boots heat protectant one and it seems OK. Better than that Moroccan Oil rubbish for sure. The only John Frieda anti frizz thing I've tried that I would recommend is the hairspray.

  3. Fringes: you have to wash them every day anyway. Harrumph.

    Sorry you have been feeling even worse lately. Hang in there with the pills. They have their place... Don't be afraid to ask to tinker with the dose though.