Sunday, July 22, 2012

Sunday Samples: John Frieda Frizz-Ease Sheer Solution Lightweight Frizz Control Review

I signed up to be a Bzz Agent months ago.  You can go to to check it out.  Basically, you complete surveys and based on those surveys you are invited to join Bzz Campaigns.  They send you products and you share your honest opinions with friends and complete reviews on their site.  It was months before I was invited to join my first campaign which was for Dr. Scholls Massaging Gel Insoles.  I liked them by the way, but I didn't share it here because I didn't think it fit in with my blog :) This is now the second Bzz Campaign I have joined.  
John Frieda Frizz-Ease Sheer Solution Lightweight Frizz Control
 for fine to medium hair 

I got the full size pictured above as well as several small samples, pictured below, to share with friends and family.

It is a 2 in 1 serum and smoothing elixir that you shake to activate. The elixir smoothes the outside while the serum moisturizes from the inside.  I apply about 10-15 drops to towel dried hair.  I love that this product does not feel sticky or greasy.  It is easy to apply evenly to my long hair.  My hair seems to just drink it in.
So, how does it work?
My hair is smoother, shinier, but not weighed down or greasy looking.  I love the way it makes my hair feel!  It also kept me frizz free during normal Summer weather conditions.  I did also test it out during the crazy, humid heat wave we just had here in NY and I was not completely frizz free, but it helped.

Click Here to see a video from John Frieda that shows you how to get soft waves using this product.

The verdict?
I really like it! It is not going to be a miracle frizz fighter for crazy humid days, but on most days it does the job.  What I really love is how it makes my hair feel.  My hair feels smooth and soft and it looks so much healthier when I use this.  I will certainly be purchasing this when I run out.

You can find John Frieda Frizz-Ease Sheer Solution Lightweight Frizz Control in most drugstores for about $9.99.

Have you tried this before?
What is your go to frizz fighter?

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