Donegal woman tamed frizzy hair and now has salon-worthy locks thanks to cheap shampoo
Many traditional anti-frizz hair products can look greasy and can easily weigh hair down, but this shampoo, infused with moisturizing aloe water, promises to cleanse and hydrate frizzy, fine hair and prep your locks for a light style.
We asked three RSVP readers to test out John Frieda Frizz Ease Wonder Weightless Shampoo, â¬ 7.50 – here’s how they fare.
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Tracy McGuinness, Donegal
I love this shampoo, it ticks all the boxes for me. My favorite part is that after a number of uses there was no product buildup that was weighing my hair down. Plus my hair smells heavenly, I feel like I walked out of the salon with straight straight hair every time I use it. I’m so glad I finally found a shampoo to help tame my frizz!
Theresa O’Kane, Dublin
This shampoo promises the double whammy of taming frizz without overwhelming fine hair and it delivers! The creamy formula foams well and has a delicate scent of aloe water that lasts. My hair has remained perfectly clean, smooth and shiny. This is a great product for its price and a great addition to the John Freida line.
Helen Raftery, Dublin
I would have naturally frizzy hair, but this shampoo did wonders in taming it and the results lasted until the next wash. My hair was shiny, shiny and smooth. It also smelled good. I would definitely recommend it to anyone struggling with frizz who will continue to buy it in the future.
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