Monday, 29 February 2016

Three of the Best Frizz Control Products

Three of the Best Frizz Control Products for Your Hair - Sweetaholic Beauty

After bleaching my hair, and colouring it, and bleaching it again, and colouring it again - my hair tends to get a tad damaged. When you're dealing with damaged, fried hair, you're usually dealing with frizziness and flyaways. My hair has never been the smoothest it could be, even before the chemical damage; so it was pretty safe to say that I needed to try something to sooth it. My hair is naturally oily too (not a great combination) so it was always a struggle to find something that helped sooth my hair, without creating a giant oily mess.

Three of the Best Frizz Control Products for Your Hair - Sweetaholic Beauty

I've been using these three products recently on rotation, so I thought I would share my thoughts on all three of them. A while ago I was introduced to the John Frieda Frizz Ease range, and thus began my quest to find the perfect products. 

Three of the Best Frizz Control Products for Your Hair - Sweetaholic Beauty

Schwarzkopf Styliste Ultime Satin Frizz Control Defrizz Cream


Whoa, what a mouthful. This was actually a more recent addition to my collection having only received it just last month in the Priceline Hair Care Goody Bag. At first I did overlook this product, but once I got past the long title and read what it actually was used for, I got excited. Since using it, I have been addicted.

The formula is in fact a soft cream. You only need the smallest amount to disperse about your hair when it's damp, and then style as normal. I usually shy away from these types of products as they are usually oilier, but I found this to be so light weight and really helped keep my hair smooth, without losing any volume.


Three of the Best Frizz Control Products for Your Hair - Sweetaholic Beauty

John Frieda Frizz Ease 6 Effects Serum Original*

There were three different products in this range, but my favourite by far is the original. I only needed the smallest amount to work through my damp hair, and when I dried it, my flyaways were practically gone. I was surprised at how long my hair stayed clean after using this, considering it is a serum and my hair is naturally oily, so I was very impressed. This one also has a very pleasant scent, too.


Three of the Best Frizz Control Products for Your Hair - Sweetaholic Beauty

Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Serum*

I've been loving this serum recently as well. Paul Mitchell has a reputation of being a beautiful hair care range, so I was really happy to hear that this product is actually vegan friendly. The one thing I love the most about this serum is that it smells like a salon product, so you can really feel fancy at home. Much like the others, you apply on damp hair. For this one I start at the ends and work my way up to the roots as it can tend to get a bit oily at the top if I do use too much. This one also helps my hair dry a lot faster, too. 

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I'm still on the hunt to find the perfect serum that will allow me to not wash my hair for three weeks - but somehow I feel we might be a long way off from that just yet. Whilst these three products don't necessarily keep my hair cleaner, they do help to keep my hair smoother, shinier and generally feeling more healthy.

Have you tried any of the above hair care products? If so, what are your thoughts? Are there any favourites you would recommend?

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Products marked with a * were provided for consideration. 
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5 comments

  1. Yep I need dis. That Schwarzkopf cream sounds perfect, as serums tend to be too much for my thin hair and make it look oily and weighed down a little. :) Thanks Jas!!

    Kate | themintedblog.com

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  2. Claire Cavanagh1 March 2016 at 08:01

    I've been a fan of the Frizz Ease range for couple of years now, it's such a failsafe! The Paul Smith serum sounds great too though, so I'll have to keep an eye out for that :)

    Claire | Stylingo.co.uk xx

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  3. I haven't tried any of those, but I do find hair oils to help stop the frizz!

    ReplyDelete
  4. I'm going to try some of these because my hair is always a mess.
    blameitonbeauty.com

    ReplyDelete

Monday, 29 February 2016

Three of the Best Frizz Control Products

Three of the Best Frizz Control Products for Your Hair - Sweetaholic Beauty

After bleaching my hair, and colouring it, and bleaching it again, and colouring it again - my hair tends to get a tad damaged. When you're dealing with damaged, fried hair, you're usually dealing with frizziness and flyaways. My hair has never been the smoothest it could be, even before the chemical damage; so it was pretty safe to say that I needed to try something to sooth it. My hair is naturally oily too (not a great combination) so it was always a struggle to find something that helped sooth my hair, without creating a giant oily mess.

Three of the Best Frizz Control Products for Your Hair - Sweetaholic Beauty

I've been using these three products recently on rotation, so I thought I would share my thoughts on all three of them. A while ago I was introduced to the John Frieda Frizz Ease range, and thus began my quest to find the perfect products. 

Three of the Best Frizz Control Products for Your Hair - Sweetaholic Beauty

Schwarzkopf Styliste Ultime Satin Frizz Control Defrizz Cream


Whoa, what a mouthful. This was actually a more recent addition to my collection having only received it just last month in the Priceline Hair Care Goody Bag. At first I did overlook this product, but once I got past the long title and read what it actually was used for, I got excited. Since using it, I have been addicted.

The formula is in fact a soft cream. You only need the smallest amount to disperse about your hair when it's damp, and then style as normal. I usually shy away from these types of products as they are usually oilier, but I found this to be so light weight and really helped keep my hair smooth, without losing any volume.


Three of the Best Frizz Control Products for Your Hair - Sweetaholic Beauty

John Frieda Frizz Ease 6 Effects Serum Original*

There were three different products in this range, but my favourite by far is the original. I only needed the smallest amount to work through my damp hair, and when I dried it, my flyaways were practically gone. I was surprised at how long my hair stayed clean after using this, considering it is a serum and my hair is naturally oily, so I was very impressed. This one also has a very pleasant scent, too.


Three of the Best Frizz Control Products for Your Hair - Sweetaholic Beauty

Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Serum*

I've been loving this serum recently as well. Paul Mitchell has a reputation of being a beautiful hair care range, so I was really happy to hear that this product is actually vegan friendly. The one thing I love the most about this serum is that it smells like a salon product, so you can really feel fancy at home. Much like the others, you apply on damp hair. For this one I start at the ends and work my way up to the roots as it can tend to get a bit oily at the top if I do use too much. This one also helps my hair dry a lot faster, too. 

-- 

I'm still on the hunt to find the perfect serum that will allow me to not wash my hair for three weeks - but somehow I feel we might be a long way off from that just yet. Whilst these three products don't necessarily keep my hair cleaner, they do help to keep my hair smoother, shinier and generally feeling more healthy.

Have you tried any of the above hair care products? If so, what are your thoughts? Are there any favourites you would recommend?

--


Products marked with a * were provided for consideration. 

5 comments:

  1. Yep I need dis. That Schwarzkopf cream sounds perfect, as serums tend to be too much for my thin hair and make it look oily and weighed down a little. :) Thanks Jas!!

    Kate | themintedblog.com

    ReplyDelete
  2. Claire Cavanagh1 March 2016 at 08:01

    I've been a fan of the Frizz Ease range for couple of years now, it's such a failsafe! The Paul Smith serum sounds great too though, so I'll have to keep an eye out for that :)

    Claire | Stylingo.co.uk xx

    ReplyDelete
  3. I haven't tried any of those, but I do find hair oils to help stop the frizz!

    ReplyDelete
  4. I'm going to try some of these because my hair is always a mess.
    blameitonbeauty.com

    ReplyDelete

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