Tuesday, 8 May 2012

Review- Frizz-Ease Intensive Masque

Good Morning Girlies!

I was having a little look back through my posts and realised I hadn't done a full on review in ages so I'm going to do a review of not one, but two products (One today and the other a bit later in the week)...reviews are just like buses on my blog it seems!

Anyway, the two products I'm going to review are the John Frieda Frizz-Ease Miraculous Recovery Intensive Masque and Overnight Creme Serum...

 If you've been reading this blog for a while then you'll know I have naturally curly/frizzy hair and I'm a massive fan of the Frizz-Ease three day straight (there's a full review of that here review-john-frieda-3-day-straight if you missed it), so when Mr Frieda brought out his hair repair products for the Frizz-Ease range I was there in a flash. I've actually had these products since around January so hopefully I can give you a pretty good insight into them!

 John Frieda Frizz-Ease Intensive Masque

First up we have the masque. This claims to fortify and repair your hair to resist breakage, as well as reduce frizz and add moisture and shine. First of all I was disappointed with how little product you get for £5.89 as you only get 150ml. This might last quite a while if you only use it once a week, but to be honest I don't feel it's intensive enough to be used as a weekly deep conditioner, as the product isn't very thick in consistency and you are only supposed to leave it on for 3-5 minutes (I like leaving deep weekly treatments on for at least 10 minutes), so I find it actually works better as an everyday conditioner for someone with high maintenance processed hair like mine. However, I found that even using it a few times a week didn't do a lot for my hair as I didn't really notice reduced breakage or much improved look or feel. Overall it's not a terrible product, the scent is pleasant, I like the sleek packaging and it does the job, however I'm let down by it's poor value for money and the fact it isn't really an intensive treatment that delivers the miraculous recovery it claims. 

I was going to do both products in one post but it was getting very long, so the other review will be along later this week hopefully...What are your thoughts on this product and the Frizz-Ease range? Have you got any deep or everyday conditioners to recommend?

 I'm feeling a bit sorry myself as I write this as I went out for my friends birthday last night (outfit post up shortly!) which was so much fun, but I need to sort myself out now as I'm off out again later to an open mic night type thing with my performing arts society. It's Disney themed so me and the girl group I'm in are singing 'I won't say I'm in Love' from Hercules (mega-lolzzz). Oh and I suppose I should also go and do some work for that degree thing I'm doing...

Hope you all had a lovely bank holiday!
Love Meg


  1. I find Charles Worthington Mineral hair spa works wonders on damaged hair! When I bleached my hair I used it twice a week but now all the colour has grown out I only use it once a week.
    However I haven't used the frizz ease masque so couldn't compare. But the mineral hair spa is definitely worth a try!
    Good luck with your hair care!
    Hannah - confessioncloset.blogspot.com
    - have a look at my blog, I recently posted about my ahir care routine which works so well!

  2. Hi Meg <3
    I was literally looking at these products today, My hair is very long and wavy, but it's quite coarse at times. I need to find something great to sort this out haha!

  3. I've tried out the masque as well and I wasn't fond of it either.


  4. oh gawd- Ive literally just bought this product and about to try it out tonight!


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