John Frieda is no newcomer to the beauty industry.
In fact I’m sure I’ve used the Brilliant Brunette shampoo and conditioner years ago and Frizz Ease is perfect for the summer humidity. (as I type this it’s raining outside, what you playing at, July?) Lately I’ve been trying out the Luxurious Volume range, hoping that something could boost my hair. I’m told by hair stylists that I have quite fine hair, but a lot of it. So that’s promising at least.
With the shampoo, conditioner and an in-shower treatment, I quickly swapped the Luxurious Volume products into the shower to see what difference I would notice. Now would be a good time to admit that I don’t wash my hair daily. I’m probably looking at 2-3 times per week and honestly if I could wash it less, I would! Oh and the eagle eyed among you may notice my hair looks a ‘lil different here, I’ll explain all in a post verrrry soon. Anyway, back to JF…
I have noticed a difference after using these; my hair feels thicker and easier to style and the fresh scent of the products isn’t overpowering. You only need a small amount of the shampoo to get a good lather and I always follow with the conditioner. The protein and keratin infused in-shower treatment follows on, post-conditioner. I apply 3-5 pumps of this to my entire head, leaving it to work its magic whilst I move on to shower gel and in shower tanning. The treatment works to increase hair thickness for up to seven days so if like me you have quite fine hair, add this into your Sunday routine, as it’s recommended you use it every 2-3 washes.
I’ve spotted a few other products within the Luxurious Volume range; blow dry sprays, mousse and hairspray so they may be worth a try to give your hair a boost in between washes.
Have you tried John Frieda haircare before?
Products received for review. All thoughts and photos are my own.