Beauty advice for your hair

Sometimes it’s all about the hair.

During the summer months my hair has the potential to get damaged beyond control.

Gone are the days of sunbathing and leisurely swimming and being able to wash my hair after every beach and pool trip.

Oh, no.

My days are spent standing by the edge of the pool, making sure my 2- and 3-year-old boys don’t decide to jump into the deep(er) water during their swimming lesson. My days are chasing 4 little boys on the beach and making sure every square inch of their bodies has sunblock on it.

But back to my hair… sometimes it is about the hair.

Last year one of my best friends (and also my hair stylist) told me (reprimanded me, really) to use John Frida’s FRIZZ-EASE Hair Serum Thermal Protection. Honestly – overnight I noticed a difference. In the summer, my hair has the potential to get VERY frizzy – like uncontrollable. I hate it. I usually ended up tossing it up in a ponytail and letting the frizz stay banded together. And I just didn’t like always having to have it up… and this was with using my flat iron, too. The frizz just wouldn’t leave me alone. And I also noticed my hair color fading faster, which wasn’t good either. You pay all this money to have your hair done and it’s gone in a couple of weeks. Not fun.

So… FRIZZ EASE changed my hair life. And believe me – I’m not being paid to write this or mention this. I have just had so many questions lately about hair care for the summer, that I knew I needed to mention this beauty in a bottle.

It literally safeguards every strand. You can use FRIZZ EASE with wet hair and dry hair. I use it for both, and it just seals my hair. It’s smooth and it does not have that awful frizz anymore.

Check this magic out…!

Beauty advice for your hair was last modified: July 26th, 2017 by Audrey McClelland
SHOWHIDE Comments (6)
  1. This is the only product I have found that makes my pre-teen daughter stop crying about “her hair.” I was gracious enough to genetically gift her with locks that frizz in the summer humidity like we’ve been electrified.

  2. Oh great…I will have to try! I am always buying expensive salon products for my hair, I would love to find something cheaper!

  3. Hey! I love this. Thank you for sharing this one Audrey and for letting us know that this stuff really works. I hate my hair too and I know how it feels when you always end up having your hair in a ponytail. Thanks once again.

Beauty advice for your hair was last modified: July 26th, 2017 by Audrey McClelland