I’m not a blonde, but I have balayage hair (dark roots, lighter ends). Even though I’m not a blonde I was super keen to try the John Frieda Beach Blonde range as its their range targeted to create the beachy wave effect. Personally I think naming it Beach Blonde is a bit misleading as all hair colours can use it. Anyway moving on to the review….
- Didn’t smell as salty as I expected, definitely has a hint of a sweet scent
- Lathers up really well
- Once my hair was dry I found that it removed a lot of copper from my hair which was an added bonus!
- Like the shampoo this has a slightly sweet smell
- Once my hair was dry there was a bit of frizz but not as much as normal and I think you can get away with it when creating a beach wavy hair look….
- Didn’t make my hair greasy, but that could be because of the sea salt spray
- This is one of their best selling items. They had stopped selling it a while ago but the fans loved it so much they brought it back
- I applied this to my wet hair and blow dried my hair. There was a definite wavy texture to my hair
- The following day my hair still had the texture and slight wave to it. I added some more of the spray and lightly curled my hair and was really happy with the overall look
- It definitely adds texture and a bit of volume
Overall I was really impressed with the range and am looking forward to continuing to use it. I think the price point is really reasonable considering you’re getting salon quality products. John Frieda is available from Priceline and Chemist Warehouse.
**Disclaimer: All opinions are based on personal experiences, and are not sponsored. rachelbeautystyle is not a make up artist, beauty or skincare specialist and will not be held liable for any recommendations. Therefore try at your own risk.
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