This is an easy one! It works. John Frieda 10 Day Tamer just totally works so there really isn’t a great deal to say about it other than that. I used it on my fine but plentiful, bit dry at the ends, frizz prone hair, and I’m approaching the 10 day mark now having done 4 washes in that time using Aveda Pure Abundance (and Bumble & Bumble Sunday shampoo once) shampoo and conditioner.
To use John Frieda 10 Day Tamer, you simply put it in your dry hair (it’s thick and white with a perfectly pleasant, but generic, scent) for ten minutes then go off and wash and condition as normal. That’s it. As soon as I put the blow dryer to it, I could tell that my hair was behaving better, looked straighter and had little frizz. I’ve had several salon Keratin treatments (my goodness, it’s always a shock when they completely wear off and you suddenly remember how your hair really behaves with no intervention..I have been waking up with a bird’s nest) and I’d say that while the result is milder, it really replicates that sweet spot in the Keratin treatment timeline when your hair is not too flat and straight but before it starts to completely return to normal frizz and fuzziness. So, what I’m trying to say I think is flatter and straighter but with body.
I’m completely won over by this treatment – it’s a piece of cake and really is 10/10 for doing exactly what it says it will. I’ve found it on offer at Superdrug for £6.98 instead of usual price of £12.99 HERE.
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