Frizz Ease Miraculous Recovery

My favourite shampoo and conditioner has to be the Frizz Ease Flawlessly Straight duo. I’ve tried a few shampoos since using it but nothing has…


My favourite shampoo and conditioner has to be the Frizz Ease Flawlessly Straight duo. I’ve tried a few shampoos since using it but nothing has made my hair as sleek and smooth as Flawlessly Straight.

About Frizz Ease Miraculous Recovery

Experience the transformation of your dry, damaged, and frizzy hair with our Miraculous Recovery Shampoo. Immerse your hair in nourishment, reviving its health and radiance. Our mild shampoo, enriched with Anti-Damage Technology and nurturing oils, works to visibly mend harm and minimize frizz, leaving you with lustrous and velvety-smooth hair.

Key Features:

  • Effective damage repair combined with frizz reduction
  • Enhanced with advanced Anti-Damage Technology
  • Suitable for all hair types and levels of frizz
  • Safe for colour-treated hair

Frizz Ease Miraculous Recovery Review

When I needed to get some new shampoo and conditioner, I saw Frizz Ease Miraculous Recovery on offer at 2 for £8.

  • Frizz Ease Miraculous Recovery Shampoo
  • Frizz Ease Miraculous Recovery Conditioner

It’s aimed at people with dry, damaged and frizzy hair so thought I’d see if it can help bring my dull, dead locks back to life.


They were the type of shampoo and conditioner that you can feel the difference in your hair when you’re still in the shower. It just feels softer and smoother.

I really liked what it did to my hair, made it feel softer and much less frizzier than my previous shampoo, which the Aussie range.

Check out: Silky Sexy Hair Frizz Eliminator

For some reason, it doesn’t translate so well in the photos, though! It looks a lot better in real life, but the photos seem to have picked up on every flyaway I own!


It’s hard to say whether I prefer this one to the Flawlessly Straight version. I’d say they both do the same thing to my hair!

Are you a Frizz Ease fan and have you tried Miraculous Recovery Frizz Ease?

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  1. Your hair look very pretty I seen those products never try now after seeing your healthy hair I will consider it. Have a great weekend.

  2. I’ve never tried Frizz Ease but I’ve been using the Nicky Clarke De-frizz ones which I am loving. I always used Aussie and I do love the Miracle Moist but I feel like it’s stopped working any my hair is constantly dry and frizzy. Nicky Clarke is quite expensive so I may try out Frizz Ease if I see it on offer.
    Love your gorgeous hair by the way. Is it your natural colour? Victoria xx

  3. Totally agree I use these shampoos and I can really tell the difference in my hair. It is less frizz and more straight which is a definite bonus Lucy x

  4. My hair is either super pin ‘i’ve glued it all down’ straight OR Monica in the tropics. I’ve been getting mega frizz on the top of my head the last couple of weeks, I think I’ve been tying my hair TOO tight so I’m trying to wear it down on my off days but it’s going to take some time to repair itself and stop frizzing-out up there!

    Long story short, I might go check these out.

    Sarah πŸ™‚

  5. I’ve never used this product. I found that I just need to straighten my already straight hair if I want the frizz to go away. But usually, the second day hair is already frizz-free, so as lazy as I am, I just live with the frizz the day I wash my hair πŸ˜‰

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