Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Review : John Frieda Full Repair Shampoo & Conditioner

finally got the chance use John Frieda Full Repair travel pack *consist of a shampoo & a conditioner* , since i got to self dyed my hair recently with Loreal Paris Excellence Fashion Color (review here) again with the same color *smiles* when you self dyed your hair, is better to use hair care that are suitable for color which does help to maintain the color you dyed!

this travel pack actually come in a small travel zip pouch, which i actually got from guardian like last year and it was less than $10 for the whole pack so why not right? well, i was quite curious at that time since all the time i only see in stores were the actual size product..

lets start with the review *smiles*

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product description
With Inca Inchi, a lightweight micro-oil rich in omega-3, this formula repairs the look and feel of overworked hair and adds body for full, flowing styles. Detangles strands, reducing the risk of breaking and snagging while combing or brushing. Safe for colour-treated and chemically-treated hair.

my thoughts?
one problem with self dying is always finding the right hair care to help maintain the color and reduce the damage done to our hair. after trying out this John Frieda Full Repair series, its really does help to maintain the color, and also does help to repair my slightly dry hair! 
  • results -  soft, smooth, and manageable hair! plus healthier hair too ..
with the first wash, i find a slight improvement to my hair, and after a few more wash, you will see more positive results to the hair especially after using the conditioner, which i'm currently head over heels about it now. plus its has a sweet scent to it, not very overwhelming so you wont be irritated by it since its quite pleasant to the nose. good thing about this conditioner, is that you can also use it with other shampoo, which i tried with a few different brands, but it all come down to personal preferences too! *own thoughts by the way* 

personally i would prefer letting the conditioner staying slightly longer like what they recommended 2-5 mins, since the result is much better than just applying and rinsing off right away *smiles*

well, i will recommended this for colored and damaged hair, especially the conditioner which i do give a thumb up to it! fyi if you just dyed ur hair, it will still bleed during the first few wash.

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