Tuesday, 6 August 2013

John Frieda Frizz Ease Dream Curls Enhancing Oil

A two-phase hair oil! Shake it to make it! It's just like those marvellous bi-phase eye makeup removers. Sort of addictive. Shake shake shake. /childish reverie

Besides being very fun to play with, John Frieda Frizz Ease Dream Curls Enhancing Oil purports to do lovely things to curls. It comes in a large-ish box, but the product itself is dinky - about the size of a travel-miniature shampoo or conditioner, with a large flip-top cap.

Once you've jiggled the two liquids into a translucent haze, you dispense 10 drops into your hands, rub together, and then apply to damp hair in sections. It's a lot like a serum, but a bit more liquid. It has a light, fresh smell - not very distinctive, but certainly pleasant.

Results-wise, I was sadly not blown away by this. I think it's because I have curly hair that is also quite fine, and like many curl products, the Dream Curls oil is intended for thicker, coarser hair that needs more taming power. On my hair, it's sort of overkill, and results in a look that's a bit too product-y. Not 90s perm or anything, but it definitely looks like hair with something on it, rather than naturally defined, bouncy curls.

If you have thick curly hair and you fancy a new shaky-shaky way of taming it, give this a look. It costs £9.99 for 50ml and you can buy it from Boots.

Disclosure - PR sample

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