REVIEW – John Frieda Frizz – Ease Secret Agent Flawless Finishing Crème

secret agent finishing cremeOKie Dokie This secret agent needs to be exposed! Too long have our hair been ridiculing us the last week before a haircut with our split ends mocking us. Only one thing has been aiding us in this crisis has been undercover too long and I think the world needs to know this long kept secret!

Ok back to being semi-serious this is something I have been using for a long time (being poor means getting haircuts gets put on the back burner for a while) I can’t really remember how I came across this… I THINK it was either recommended by a friend or I read a review of it somewhere (it really is a secret agent, can’t remember where I first came across it, maybe its part ninja too) but even though it’s not a product you would need to use all the time its a product I always keep going back too.

This creme is designed to disguise split ends and dryness in the hair, just a splodge of this on your dry ends after styling and your good to go! I love this product especially when its been a while since going to the hair dresser it really helps the ends of my hair. However it’s not a miracle worker, if your hair is split to high heavens there is nothing in this world to help that. You need to get them cut off! It’s just good for when its bit tired the last few weeks before your 6-8 week hairdressing appointment. The creme is lightweight and doesn’t weigh down your hair it looks a little wet at first but a quick brush through sorts it out and doesn’t ruin the ends of your styled hair (for instance my hair curls under on one side and out on the other after a while…why?) It’s a very handy thing for a girl to have!

4/5 – A good creme to have to disguise the state of your hair, no miracles though.

tre logo

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s