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Frizz Ease Flawlessly Straight Review

Frizz Ease Flawlessly Straight
My hair is basically a massive knobhead. It does what it wants, when it wants. If left untamed, it becomes The Bush. The Bush is a mixture of ringlets and curls drowning in frizz. So when I was after some new shampoo, I saw this Frizz Ease Flawlessly Straight shampoo by John Frieda, and decided to give it a cheeky try. It’s more expensive than I usually buy, it was 2 for £10 at Tesco.
Frizz Ease Flawlessly Straight, John Frieda
It’s very rare of me to be wowed by a product, I usually am left disappointment, but this worked a treat. I could tell as soon as I was washing my hair with it that it would be good. It left my hair feeling so soft and silky as soon as I was washing it out. It smelled delicious too. 
 
After washing, I dried and straightened it like usual and my hair looked so much smoother than it usually does. I have photos to show you the difference, as I know nothing really speaks louder than photos when it comes to seeing the results of a product. So less babble, more pictures.
 

Before:

Frizz Ease Flawlessly Straight, before and after

After:

Frizz Ease Flawlessly Straight, long hair

Frizz Ease Flawlessly Straight, long hair

 How do you ease your frizz? 

That was so cheesy #sorrynotsorry

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