How about a great hair day? Three favorites from John Frieda

Even a bad day isn’t so bad when it’s a good hair day and that’s where John Frieda can be your best friend. This budget friendly drugstore line has saved the day for me many times and I have a few favorites that are always in my house!

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John Frieda Luxurious Volume Refresh Dry Shampoo
John Frieda Luxurious Volume Refresh Dry Shampoo
  1.  A fantastic dry shampoo option is John Frieda Luxurious Volume Refresh Dry Shampoo ($6.99, Ulta). I love this stuff. It’s fabulous because it’s made specifically for fine hair. It doesn’t weigh hair down. The dry shampoo is super light, and it gives great volume with just enough texture. I spray this on my roots and all around my hairline, then clip my hair up for a few minutes. Once I let my hair down, I brush it through and it looks fantastic – all the oil, dirt, and smell is gone! My hair looks and feels clean and fresh. Dry shampoo is a girl’s best friend…especially after working out.
  2.  I can’t tell you how many days I spent forever either curling or straightening my hair, only to run from the house to my car and find it’s morphed into a head of frizz that looks like an old dandelion. A favorite hairspray of mine is John Frieda Frizz Ease Moisture Barrier Firm Hold Hairspray ($8.99), which not only hold my hair in place, it also locks out frizz for 24 hours. All I need is 8 and this hairspray delivers! Right now Ulta has this on sale, by one get one for 50% off, and it’s perfect for rainy fall days.
    John Frieda Frizz Ease

    John Frieda Frizz Ease
  3. When I first tried the John Frieda Salon Shape Hot Air Brush ($34.99) I didn’t like it because it wasn’t great for MY hair, which is really long and while it’s fine, I have a lot of it.  However, it’s perfect for my daughter’s hair, which is shoulder length. The 1 1/2 inch titanium ceramic hair brush barrel is easy to maneuver and the bristles are soft enough to be comfortable, but firm enough to hold hair. It has 500 watts of power, two heat settings, and a cold air option. It dries shorter, layered hair so quickly and painlessly I could not believe it. Now my daughter is always begging me to do her hair – or doing it herself – and then spending a half hour staring at the fabulousness of her hair style. The bottom line is, if you have long, heavy hair there are better options for you. If you have shoulder length or shorter hair, or shorter layers, you will be thrilled with the John Frieda Salon Shape Hot Air Brush.

You can find John Frieda products at tons of stores including Target and Ulta, as well as on Amazon.  Have a great hair day!  – Lisa

24 COMMENTS

  1. Never Say Die Beauty | 13th Sep 18

    I was a big fan of Frizz Ease 3 Days Straight. JF makes terrific products

  2. Lola Seicento | 13th Sep 18

    JF is one of my all-time favorite drugstore haircare brands!

  3. Kristi V BeginNails | 13th Sep 18

    Frizz Ease has been a go to for me when I lived in humid locations. Now that I’m in the dry desert, I haven’t really had to use it. Now my focus in on moisturizing products. 🙂 I need to try their dry shampoo!

  4. Claudia Materdomini | 13th Sep 18

    OMG< i want that hot air brush! I used to have something similar and it worked great for my hair!

  5. CosmetopiaDigest.com | 13th Sep 18

    Is the Hot Air Brush the kind where the barrel rotates? I adore those for volume when I have shorter hair. I love the original Frizz Ease serum for taming my locks.

  6. Kathryne | 13th Sep 18

    Neither one works for me today. I have long wavy hair. Good review though

  7. Erika | 13th Sep 18

    I haven’t used many John Frieda products but the Frizz Ease line sounds promising.

  8. Cindy Ingalls | 13th Sep 18

    I love my JF hot air brush, I’m on my second one and I use it every day!

  9. Polarbelle | 14th Sep 18

    I need to get a new one of the dry shampoos. Mine has a broken spray top but I really like it.

  10. Dana Rodriguez | 14th Sep 18

    I really love John Frieda products. I think this brush would be great for my hair!

  11. Sandy Pincombe | 14th Sep 18

    Great products and you can’t beat the price. I always have Frizz Ease in my stash.

  12. Helga | 14th Sep 18

    I agree John Frieda is a good product line for the price. I have to try that dry shampoo for my fine hair.

  13. LittleNuclearReactor | 14th Sep 18

    John Frieda is a solid brand. I’ve always wanted to try a brush like that! I just don’t think it’ll work out for my hair 🙁

  14. Polished Hippy | 14th Sep 18

    That dry shampoo sounds great! I am all out right now.

  15. Miranda Mendelson | Slashed Beauty | 14th Sep 18

    Frizz ease is a cult classic! I only hear great things!

  16. Krystal E | 14th Sep 18

    I’ve never used a hot brush before but I’ve been a big fan of John Frieda back in my blond days!

  17. monique s | 14th Sep 18

    I love john Frieda’s hair color and shampoo, but haven’t tried other products. These look great.

  18. Jen Walker | 14th Sep 18

    I need to try this dry shampoo! I have a lot of hair, but the strands themselves are thin so my hair gets weighed down easily.

  19. Lynne B | 14th Sep 18

    I’ve never tried any John Frieda products before. I’m always looking for a new dry shampoo!

  20. 25 Swetpeas | 14th Sep 18

    That brush sounds interesting!

  21. Ehmkay Nails | 15th Sep 18

    I’m going to try that dry shampoo. Sounds perfect for my hair.

  22. Honeygirlk | 15th Sep 18

    I used to use Frizz Eaze back in the day, but stopped. These sound really nice but since I have a lot of hair and long hair at that, it would be difficult for me to use the tool especially.

  23. Lulle | 15th Sep 18

    I used to use a few products from the Frizz Ease line years ago! They worked really well.

  24. Katie Nystuen | 16th Sep 18

    I can’t live without the frizz ease during the summer months. It’s a life saver.

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