Friday, 23 March 2012

John Freida - 3 Days Straight Review

First I'll tell you what it does, then you can see the images...Deal?


You can apply it onto wet or dry hair, blow dry your hair until it's dry (I literally forgot this word for a few minutes), then you part your hair into sections and straighten. 

It claims to keep your hair straight from your wash date, or until 3 days have passed. I never wait more than 3 days to wash my hair so I wouldn't know if it lasts longer. 

What they claim:-

  • Transform curly, frizzy hair into a straight, smooth style that lasts up to 3 days.*
  • Designed to work with your hair straighteners, this weightless spray with heat protection blocks out frizz as you straighten. A revolutionary blend of polymers with keratin protein wraps each strand, sealing in straight style for up to 3 days.* Keeps hair glossy, smooth and swinging with body.
  • Safe for colour-treated and chemically-treated hair.
  • *Or until your next shampoo if less than 3 days.

What I thought:-

When I first saw it I was amazed and very hopeful that it would work. I love the idea of waking up and not having to do anything but brush my hair! I don't normally blow dry my hair so I thought...well, I'm swapping 3 days without straighteners with blow drying and straightening, that's too much heat than I'd normally do in a day - was it really worth it?

What actually happens when used:-

It was great! When you first blow dry your hair it doesn't feel soft, but after you straighten it, it feels very soft and looks sleek. I first used this on Friday night, since then my hair has stayed straight! I loved waking up and not worrying about my hair. If you think you need GHD's to get this effect, my GHD's broke so I'm using a normally 230 heat limit with this product and it works. I love it! I did put my hair in a messy bun for about 1hr and it stayed straight after - I don't know how many times you tie your hair up before it may unstraighten but this worked amazingly well for me! I'm going to buy another bottle as soon as I run out. Only down side, is that I normally shower at night, leave my hair to naturally dry and straighten it the following morning - this is because I'm lazy and can't be bothered to do anything more with it after I've had a relaxing bath or shower so for me it does take a bit more time but it's worth it!

(Even has an fiddly lock!)

-C xo

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