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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.


Frizz Ease Flawlessly Straight, before and 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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