John Frieda Sheer Blonde Go Blonder Range *
As part of John Frieda’s Go Blonder campaign I wrote about a few weeks ago, I was also sent the range to try out myself. I am already a huge fan of the Go Blonder Lightening Spray so I was really interested to find out how the shampoo and conditioner from the range compared. I’ve been using both regularly since they arrived a bit over a month ago so that I can give an honest review.
I’ll start with the shampoo and conditioner. A little goes a long way, which is great news for my super thick and getting-longer-by-the-day hair. I’ve been using both about twice a week for the past month or so and there is still around 1/3 left in the bottles. After using both together my hair feels clean, smooth and after using it for a month I do think my hair is a lot brighter looking. The only thing I dislike a little about these is the smell when you’re using them – it smells quite musty but luckily doesn’t linger.
The real star of this range is the Go Blonder spray, which is one of my favourite hair products. You spray it into wet hair, brush it through and then dry/style your hair as normal. The heat from the hair dryer is what helps this product to work; it is not a heat protector though so I always make sure I use one as well as the lightening spray. I use it mostly on my roots to help them blend in with the rest of my hair, and you can definitely tell the difference when I’ve been using it often to when I haven’t used it for a while. Whilst it’s no alternative to colouring hair, it’s perfect for us blondies with darker roots who can’t always afford a trip to the hairdresser. If you ask me it’s worth every penny!
Overall, I think this range is great particularly for keeping your hair in good condition and looking bright between colouring.
You can find out more information about the range on the John Frieda website.