Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Say Goodbye To The Crispy - John Frieda Frizz-Ease Finishing Creme

One of my pet hates is crispy hair. Having curly hair I always find it so difficult to find products that I can use to define and manage my curls without them feeling like crunchy straw for the rest of the day or without them going limp and scraggly because a product has been too heavy for my fine hair and has weighed it down too much.

One of the best products I have actually found so far is the John Frieda Frizz-Ease Finishing Creme. I received a sample of this in one of my monthly sample box subscriptions quite a while ago and put it away in a bathroom draw and promptly forgot about it. I managed to come across it a couple of weeks ago and decided to give it a try and was surprisingly pleased with the results.

This creme claims to tame frizz and smooth frayed ends. It can be used on straight or curly hair and it is recommended to apply it to dry hair by rubbing a small amount into your palms and then distributing through the hair, concentrating on the ends.

I've been using it on my damp hair after showering to define my curls and stop them from turning into frizz city throughout the day. Here is what I end up with, nice and defined curls without that crispy feeling and without being weighed down:


Does anyone realise just how hard it is to take a photo of the back of your own head? IT IS HARD!

Anyway, I am really please with how this creme works and will most likely purchase it in full size as it's definitely one of the best products I have found for my hair so far.

Does anyone know of any other great curly hair products that aren't crunchy? I'd love some to hear some other suggestions.

Michelle xx


  1. I remember when I was taking photo's for my sleep-in rollers post it was so hard to take photo's!

    Great post!

    1. I know! I tried so many different angles and contorted myself into some really stupid positions it was hilarious!


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