John Frieda

John Frieda is a celebrity hairstylist from London and founder of his own hair salon and hair product business. He opened his first salon in 1976 and formed John Frieda Professional Hair Care in 1989. The line is well known for it's Frizz Ease products, along with color-activating shampoos and conditioners. The hair product business was acquired in 2002 by Kao Corporation, Japan.

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246 products

8,173 reviews

62% would repurchase

Recent John Frieda Reviews

Styling Products -John Frieda -Frizz-Ease Extra Strength Hair Serum

on 4/24/2018 1:48:00 PM


This serum provides a lot of shine to my hair, especially when flat ironed. I do wish it provided better frizz protection. I have one very frizzy section of my hair that immediately gets wavy when I blow dry. The serum provided only helped a little to tame that area.

Hair Color -John Frieda -Precision Foam Color

on 3/30/2018 5:27:00 PM


I thought the packaging was very nice. The gloves were in their own little baggie and I liked the way the conditioner was packaged considering I have short hair and never need the whole thing. I LOVE the foam. That's the first time I have had a completely mess free dye job. HOWEVER, it didn't do as good a job covering my grays as cheaper dyes or Sally's dyes. Also, please do a patch test. I now know the importance of that as it burned the CRUD out of my neck. I mean it BURNED. I did well enough on the rest of my hair, but couldn't put it on the shaved parts at all. I won't buy again but by all means try it. just do a patch test first!

Styling Products -John Frieda -Frizz-Ease Curl Reviver Styling Mousse

on 3/11/2018 3:38:00 PM


This mousse is much better than others I’ve tried, meaning it does not leave a crunchy cast on my waves/curls and yet it still manages to hold them in place really well. I love the very skinny nozzle dispenser which makes it possible to use only as much as you want/need. Second day hair is also fantastic. I can brush and go with super full waves or spritz with water and get a tighter curl. You can use this on wet/damp or dry hair and your hair looks and feels completely natural, as if there is no product in it and yet it does revive natural wave/curl pattern while eliminating frizz. I am super impressed with this mousse. I have had a really hard time finding products I like and lately I’ve been on a winning streak with the ones I’ve purchased. I think I will quit while I’m ahead and stick with this and the beach waves styling cream by Marc Anthony.

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Styling Products -John Frieda -7 Day Volume

on 3/2/2018 9:45:00 AM


Wow, a hair product that actually delivers what it promises! I'm not sure what made me buy this, since I'm usually disappointed. I have baby fine hair and most products leave my hair limp and greasy-looking, regardless of claims to the contrary. This volume treatment works! I was a bit alarmed the first time I used it because my hair felt kinda slimy when it was wet and I thought it was going to be a complete disaster but I was very surprised with the outcome. Yes, my hair had a noticeable "coated" feeling -- I'm totally fine with that, since the end result is looking like I have double the amount of hair. I have to shampoo daily so it doesn't last 7 days, but it's still there 4 shampoos later, which is pretty good performance. I don't find that it dries out my colour-treated hair. Bonus -- I don't need to use detangling conditioner for a couple of days, saves me a few minutes. Love, love, love this stuff!

4 of 4 people found this helpful.

Styling Products -John Frieda -Frizz Ease Dream Curls Daily Styling Spray

on 2/27/2018 11:07:00 AM

This daily styling spray is, according to the manufacturer, supposed to provide soft definition to curls. It gives my fine, wavy (2a/b) long, frizz-prone hair a medium hold and definition, not a soft one. And if I accidentally apply more product, my hair becomes stiff, crispy, sticky and dry. But once I worked out the best way to use it (I do not spray it directly on hair, but rub one or two spritzes between my palms and then scrunch the hair while it is still wet), I am pretty happy with the results. My hair is layered and this works wonders on shorter pieces around the face. As for the rest of my hair, nothing beats John Frieda Frizz Ease Curl Reviver Mousse.

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