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John Frieda Full Repair Perfect Ends Deep Infusion

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John Frieda Full Repair Perfect Ends Deep Infusion
 
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5.0

Your best hair ever.

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from New Baltimore, MI

Comments about John Frieda Full Repair Perfect Ends Deep Infusion:

I usually find that most product claims are exaggerated so I was beyond impressed when the John Freida Full Repair Perfect Ends Deep Infusion lived up to its name & more! My hair is very long, highlighted, mildly damaged & has become increasingly difficult to style.

This product comes in a little red pump bottle & dispenses a liquidy miracle. The directions says to use one pump on damp hair, but I use 2 (one for each side of my head) because I have longer, thicker hair. I immediately noticed a smoothness to my hair that only got better as i dried it with a blow dryer. I style with a round brush & see a no frizz, smooth & shiny result. I cant stop touching my hair. It doesn't even feel like my own. I use it with the John Freida Full Repair Root Lift Foam for a little root boost & there is no need for anything else!

This product is worth every penny & then some. This product is a NEED, not a WANT.

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4.0

Remedy for split and damaged ends

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from Elburn, IL

Comments about John Frieda Full Repair Perfect Ends Deep Infusion:

John Frieda has come out with a new line called Full Repair. These are all in red containers, so you can spot them easily among the John Frieda products. I have damaged ends, due to my constant use of a curling iron. I will admit, I am not co-ordinated enough to use one properly. I clamp on the ends and roll my long hair up, rather than clamp at the base and hand wind the hair around, finishing at the ends. One of my biggest concerns is treating my shoulder length hair, right after shampooing. I like to use a leave-in conditiioner in addition to the rinse out conditioner. This new one by John Frieda comes in a tiny pump bottle, similar to a travel size hair spray. I was expecting it to be a serum or more gel-like, but it was more of a watery consistancy. However, I applied it as directed, concentrating on the ends, on clean wet, not towel dried hair. I was pleased with how it made the split ends look smoother, and did remove tangles. It was not greasy or heavy. I had been looking for a prduct like this, since my favorite Pantene leave in conditioner was discontinued. This product fits the bill. I will investigate more products in this Full Repair line by John Frieda. It is a bit pricey, unless you have coupons and a sale. Not sure how long the 1.7oz. container will last.

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