Frizz-Ease® Hair Serum Extra-Strength Formula for Coarse/Extremely Frizzy Hair
Blocks frizz all day.
Instantly and dramatically transforms coarse, wiry, unruly frizz for ultra-sleek, purely polished, super-shiny results.
Protects and prolongs the life of color treated hair.
A high-potency blend of silicones infused with Aloe and Vitamin E.
Leaves dry, defiant hair extremely supple, easy to manage and healthy-looking.
Repels humidity to help prevent weather-related frizz.
The first rain sprinkles (I’d hardly call them showers) of the season has been absolutely delightful. The accompanying humidity? Not so much. Although the humid weather has been wreaking havoc on my friends’ and co-workers’ hair, mine still remains frizz-free thanks to John Frieda and his Frizz-Ease Hair Serum (Extra Strength Formula). When I straighten my hair, this magical potion keeps it that way, straight, silky, and sleek, regardless of the humidity. It also makes my natural curls soft and bouncy.
I just dab a little in my palm, and rub my hands together in a circular motion so the serum is distributed evenly. Then I work it through my still-damp-from-showering hair. Then I straighten it using a flat-iron. The final step is to apply the serum again, post-straightener. If I’m going for curls, I skip the last two steps and just let it air-dry.
Be warned: Using too much will make your hair look oily/greasy and using too little will have no effect making your hair susceptible to frizz. Experiment a little until you find the right balance. Also, girls with naturally fine hair will not be able to get away with using this particular serum. It will make their hair look oily/greasy as well. On the bright side, they don’t really need it.
I got mine from Europe so as you can see the packaging is a little different but still holds the same amount 1.69 fl. oz. (50 ml). The European version comes in a fun, test-tube-looking dispenser as opposed to the more common stout yet wide dispenser. Both versions have a purple-lish tint that photographs as blue. Sadly, neither version is very travel-friendly. There is no discernable scent. Basically, this stuff is a God-send.