John Frieda Full Repair Hydrate + Rescue Shampoo & Conditioner Review

8.5Overall Score

A flawless duo.

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John Frieda is a hair care brand I adore as well as trust. From their Frizz Ease line to their foam hair dyes, John Frieda never fails to deliver cost-effective quality. Prior to purchasing this flawless duo, I was on the look out for a new shampoo and conditioner. I wanted a duo that specialised in moisturising as well as repairing. Many products claim to do so; all win my trust, only to fail to deliver. I was not looking for it but when I stumbled across John Frieda’s Full Repair line (via Amazon), I decided to give it a try. As a kinky curly haired individual I purchased the salon size conditioner (500ml, £8.99) and the regular size shampoo (250ml, £5.89). Words can’t express my satisfaction!

In true Your Beauty First fashion, let me start with the scent of this line. It is divine, high end divine! It smells expensive which is a ridiculous word to use but it simply does. The scent is rich and sweet. I love it! The shampoo is my favourite of the Full Repair line duo. It is the best shampoo I have ever used! Yes, you read right. It is the best! This shampoo will leave your hair feeling incredibly clean without the annoying stripping sensation often experienced. My hair felt as if I had co-washed. My curls were super defined and I was able to run my fingers through my hair straight after shampooing. That is a miracle in the wonderful world of wild curls and coils!

You can detangle with this shampoo; that’s how moisturising it is! Now, the conditioner is great but it’s not the best I’ve tried. However, I loved the way it defined my curls. As a fine kinky curly haired girl, I noticed my hair seems to appear a lot more full. I don’t know if it is the product but it’s definitely been noticeable ever since I started using the duo. I most definitely recommend the two and I will be exploring the whole of John Frieda’s Full Repair line. Watch this space!

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