John Frieda - Sheer Blonde - Blonde Hair Repair treatment: A review.

Good morning my lovlies, I hope you are all enjoying the small glimpse of sunshine we're having here in the UK! I thought I'd do a quick review of a product I've been trying out recently; John Frieda's Sheer Blonde - Blonde Hair Repair Conditioning treatment

As I've mentioned in previous blogs I bleach my hair which tends to leave the ends very dry and brittle, So I'm always on the look out for a conditioning product that revives my punished hair.

I've had a great expeience with John Freida's sheer Blonde range in the past so figured I'd give this a go. However I wasn't that impressed by this product. *sad face*

The product clamis to bind to hair to repair textual damage, making distressed hair silky, shiny and supple. Some of this I agree with. After washing the treatment out, my hair does feel a lot more silky and supple (I'm not really sure about shiny) but this feeling sadly doesn't last. I find that a couple hours after the treatment, my hair feels the same as before.

 I've used this product in a number of ways, the 3-5mins in the shower as recommended, and I also tried sleeping with the product on my ends and washing it out in the morning. Either way the visable results are nothing to write home about.

I disagree with the textual damage repair idea too, I didn't find that it did anything to the actualy integrity of my hair, more just an add soft layer on top. However - this might be due to the severity of my damage, and would vary person to person. The main plus to this product has to be the smell, I love the John Frieda 'salon-type' smell, but that's really the only plus of me. I will finish up this tub, but I don't plan on repurchasing it.

Alas, I continue on my quest to find a solution to reviving my used and abuse locks! 

Have you tried any really good hair treatments? 

Hope you're all having a great week.