The first time I used the Frizz-Ease by John Frieda brand was around junior high or high school when the brand's oh-so-famous Frizz-Ease hair serum came out. Remember those before and after pictures of the girls with totally frizzed out hair in the before photo and completely straight and silky hair in the after photo? I do because I remember putting all my heart into those pictures and then being sorely disappointed when the serum did not do a thing for my unruly hair.
Well fast forward about twelve years - after my last experience I was definitely suspicious when I heard about John Frieda's new Frizz Ease Creme Serum Overnight Repair Formula through the blogvine. I thought I'd give it a shot since I haven't had much luck with hair products recently and surprisingly, I like it!
The Repair Formula is meant to be used overnight in the hair - I would describe it as a cross between a hair mask (that you don't have to rinse it out until you next shampoo) and an intense leave-in conditioner. Since I'm a rebel, I don't limit its use to night and put a little of the cream in during the day to tame my hair in this crazy humidity.
I wouldn't say its a miracle worker, but it does a great job of moisturizing and softening my hair, especially after I use heat tools. Also, as a cream treatment (as opposed to a bona fide styling product) it does a pretty good job of separating my curls, most likely due to the great moisturizing ability.
Give this product a shot if your hair is feeling somewhat dry and coarse from the heat, chlorine, etc. this summer and need a shot of moisture in your hair regimen.