I’ve been using John Frieda’s Anti Frizz Primer for months now and my hair would be totally lost without it, I absolutely can’t live without it! I’m one of those girls who gets bored with their hair colour easily and I regularly change my colour from black to blonde to brown to black and then back to blonde and so on, as well as using heat, i.e, hair straighteners, curling irons and hairdryer, so you can imagine how damaged my hair is, especially at my tips. A few months back I impulsively bleached my long, jet black hair to platinum blonde within a week or so, bleaching it with the highest strength volume about 3 or 4 times which resulted in me having to chop a good few inches off my ends to prevent my hair from snapping off. My hair is still damaged now, I refuse to cut any more off except for the odd trim every now and then but its gonna take a while to repair. I’m gutted I’ve lost my length but at least I know with good care it will grow back again.
The Anti-Frizz Primer comes in a 100ml bottle and has a easy to use pump dispenser. One pump gives a good amount and enough product for the entire hair. The primer itself is a smooth, non-drip, white lotion. It doesn’t feel sticky and it dries into the hair quickly. It has the most absolutely gorgeous, beautiful scent and the pretty smell lingers on the hair, making it smell lovely and fresh. The scent is definitely one of my favourite things about the product, it smells so nice and makes a great little perfume for the hair.
It’s pretty simple to use, I just shampoo and condition my hair, and then apply one or two pumps to my towel-dried hair as it works best on wet hair. I only apply to my mid-lengths and tips to prevent my roots from looking too oily and greasy. As I mentioned above one pump is enough but I use two pumps on my bra-strap length hair to be sure my tips are fully saturated with the primer. I especially love how immediate the results are and within seconds of applying it to my damp hair, I can see and feel how much healthier my hair is. My pre-frizzy tips feel much smoother, silkier and less bushy at the ends completely eliminating every inch of frizz. It also gives my hair a nice little shine too which I’m happy about as without the primer, my hair looks so dull. After applying it, I leave my hair to dry naturally and then I use my hair straighteners on a low heat setting just to smooth out my natural waves as I prefer straighter hair, my hair feels so light and the product doesn’t weigh down the hair which is a bonus.
I would definitely recommend this product to anyone who battles with frizz or damaged hair. With each use the hair will become healthier as unlike most anti frizz lotions which only make the hair appear healthy but not actually doing anything to help repair it, John Frieda’s primer works not only on the outside but deep inside too. I think the Anti-Frizz Primer is 100% worth the money, I don’t think I have anything bad at all to say about it.
Where To Buy?
I got my first bottle in one of my Birchboxes quite a while ago but since then I’ve repurchased it here from Superdrug for £9.99 but I have just checked and it’s on sale for £6.65.