John Frieda can fix your winter hair woes.

The cold temperatures, wind, and snow that accompany these long winter days can wreak havoc on our hair! Between the frizz, dryness, and overall lackluster appearance, everyone can use some hair TLC.

Below are a few products from John Frieda® that really give your hair the extra attention that it needs!

I love John Freida cleansing products the Full Repair line has done wonders for my hair. I can’t wait to try the newest Root Awakening line I have heard some great reviews!

Start your day by giving your hair the extra oomph of moisture that it needs. The Root Awakening® Shampoos & Conditioners ($6.99 each) are the solution to your winter hair woes. Infused with Peppermint and Eucalyptus, this collection nourishes and hydrates.

Living in the very wet Pacific NW I hate to have a great hair day ruined by frizz when I walk outside. John Freida Frizz Ease helps smooth my hair and give my best hair day major staying power.

If you’re dealing with that static frizz, try the Frizz-Ease® Hair Serum Original Formula ($9.99). The product that started it all, this serum is formulated with Seaweed Extract and instantly smoothes your strands.

One of the coolest new products available!  The wand applicator makes it so easy to smooth any flyaways or baby hairs that are trying to mes with your perfect do. Instyle Magazine is calling it one of their favorite secret weapons, and I have to agree.
NEW! John Freida Full Repair Touch-Up FLyaway Tamer

Crystal-clear formula with Inca Inchi Oil weightlessly smoothes flyaways and frayed ends to keep full-bodied styles perfectly polished. Ideal for on-the-go touch-ups and boosting shine.

$9.99

 

Disclosure: MHU received a sample of the some of the above mentioned products. Any reviews are 100% honest and our own.


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