This stuff really makes a differnce when blowdrying your hair & starightening, but I think over time it just totally dried out my hair. I've heard silicone is bad for hair & this is packed w/ it, my hair feels fried after using it for so long.
Not a bad product. Did make my hair alittle softer. But overtime it really dried it out.
This stuff dried my curls out something awful. It's those darned silicones that did it! It's too thick and goopy to do much good. There are MANY better products on the market that do basically the same thing.
Not the best hair serum out there, however it does work on my ultra-thick, massively wavy/curly hair. I have to blowdry once over to get the desired effect, but it does leave my hair very soft and smooth, which is a plus. The dropper bottle idea is ridiculous - a simple spout or even a pump would be much more sensible and probably economically cheaper for the company too. Who wants to keep a glass dropper bottle of serum sitting around waiting to break? This is a 3 because it has worked for me - however, I have to do most of the work in order to get IT to work!
I found that this product worked a little but not enough to buy it again. The dropper bottle is a pain in the neck; hard to get it in dropper and then all sticky coming out. Too messy. There are better products out there for frizzing hair.
i love my john frieda frizz ease hair serum! I use it every time i take a shower! I prefer the pump over the squeeze tube..i'd like to try more hair serums but this one is a good one until i find the perfect one!
it really does work well, at least on my hair..i had to wash about 4 or 5 times and put this in after each time before i REALLY started noticing a difference
I used this for months before I found my beloved Kiehl's Leave-in. This is lightweight and makes hair glossy and smooth; However, it does NOT protect against breakage. That's why I had to find something else.
I really don't get what the magazines and ads rave about with this stuff. Maybe if you have thick, only SLIGHTLY frizzy hair then this works. I have thick, naturally wavy (and TOTALLY frizzed) hair, and this does JACK for me. The dispenser is messy and gets silicone everywhere. It's difficult to apply, and it feels like it weighs my hair down--but apparently this is only on my already straight hairs, because it's not enough to stop the frizzed and curly bits from doing just that (frizzing and curling). Maybe in the hands of a professional along with other products, this could work well, but as a de-frizzer for the masses, this is sad. I think if you wanted to add a bit of shine to already wonderful hair, you could take a pea-sized (or less) and lightly smooth it over your hair and ends, dispersing it evenly with a plastic nubby-ended brush. this is just a theory though. Speaking for frizzy-haired girls, don't even bother with this stuff.
Ugh, I have fine, very curly hair, and quite frizzy and that pic on the box is so b.s., because putting this stuff on in ANY amount (small, more, a lot) is useless for naturally drying. It just makes my hair look like a crzy frizzball. I've tried every combo and putting silicone on my hair is the WORST!
As much as I used to like this item, I now hate it. Before I discovered my Phytodefrissant, I thought this was the only thing I could use to get smooth, frizzless hair. I was even willing to overlook the lackluster appearance and gross build-up that came along with this product. But, no more! This stuff is pretty bad. It made my hair flat and limp and produced a yucky white build-up. Tip: If you want a product that really works, try the Phytodefrissant.