29 April 2012

John Frieda Full Repair Range - Review

Bit of a hairy confession, i know i damage my hair with all the bleaching and curling and blow drying i do but it doesn't stop me from doing it! I feel guilty for damaging my hair, but I think most people are in the same boat as me. So when a new range comes along claiming to help look after hair that has been styled & dyed i was over the moon & thought why have they not done this sooner?! I've recently brought the Babyliss Curling wand so this range has been perfect timing!

The Full Repair range contains Inca Inchi Oil, this Amazonian oil is rich in Omega 3 which is great for keeping hair healthy. John Frieda claims the range helps to repair both the internal and external structure of  hair.


My favourite product from the whole range is this one - Perfect Ends Deep Infusion(£6.99). I suffer from dry split ends & this hair oil helps improve the condition of them without making my hair look greasy or weighing it down. 

 I just took a quick photo of my hair whilst writing this because i wanted you to get an idea of what my hair is looking like after using the products.This was after using the shampoo, conditioner & perfect ends infusion. My hair does feel and look in better condition and ready for styling! Also, the size of the shampoo bottle is quite big (250ml) & i think it will last me a while.

With the styling products I'm really impressed by them all. There's nothing worse then putting product in your hair but then being able to feel your hair go greasy/crispy/heavy. Luckily the products from this range don't do this. I would recommend the mist for thin hair and the deep infusion for thicker hair. The mousse is great for adding body to the roots.

One product which i think isn't anything special would have to be the Deep Conditioner. I love treating my self to a deep conditoner every now and again to get super soft hair. But i felt because the conditioner was quite thin it didn't really differ much from the normal conditioner.

OVERALL, I don't feel as guilty using heated styling tools when i'm using this range. Also the condition of my hair has definitely improved and doesn't feel as dry - thanks John! I would recommend investing in some products like the John Frieda Full Repair range above if you like to dye/style your hair.

Prices range from £6.99-£5.59 but at the minute are on offer at Boots - 2 products for £7.50, bargain!
You can find out more about the products here and see some hair tutorials here.

What do you think of this new range?                                                                                        *pr samples

3 comments:

  1. Your hair looks gorgeous! I'm tempted by the conditioner x

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  2. I've heard so many good things about this range and your review makes me want to pick up some bits from it even more :) xo

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  3. I'm definet;y going to have to give the perfect ends deep infusion a shot mines are terrible! Thank you for following and in reply to your question I just use babyliss straightners to curl my hair, I really need to get myself some decent curling tongs!
    Cara x

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