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Do It All Haircare

Do It All Haircare

Processed with VSCOcam with t1 preset I always feel that haircare is an area of beauty where I haven't really found my comfort zone. I have a couple of HG haircare products that I absolutely swear by, but (and especially when it comes to shampoo/conditioner) I'm still on the hunt for The One(s). I was recently invited to try out some products from the Free From Frizz haircare range - a relatively new addition to the haircare aisles at Boots, and competitively priced at £5.99 for a bottle of shampoo/conditioner. The brand has two ranges, one for fine hair, and one for thick hair - which I opted to try. Each range consists of a shampoo, conditioner, and 6 week blow-out kit, and both aim to reduce frizz and nourish hair, leaving it silky and weightless. Sounds good?

Aside from that uber cute milkbottle-esque packaging, the product smells pretty darn good too - a fresh mango scent with all kinds of summer vibes. The Blowout Shampoo* wasn't too runny and lathered up well, and the Blowout Conditioner* immediately detangled my hair and left it feeling nourished but without feeling weighed down or leaving any buildup. Post-blowdry my hair was left looking and feeling infinitely more volumised and also had much more bounce and texture to it than normal. Although I weaned myself off frequent washing a long time ago and usually go 3-4 days between washes, my hair stayed clean for five days post-use and also retained its volume throughout this time - something that I'm not used to even when using a number of  "volumising" products.

On the whole frizz free front, less impressive. Whilst I don't have especially frizzy hair, I didn't feel that after using the shampoo and conditioner that my hair was any smoother or sleeker than normal. However, when it came to using the 6 Week Blowout Kit*,  Free From Frizz really had its time to shine. The kit contains a pre-cleanser, keratin treatment, and frizz detangler, designed to be used once only for an intensive frizz-reducing session. You really do need to set aside some time to use this set as it involves a number of processes and takes about 2 hours to complete in total - but if you really are deadset on paving your way to sleek, frizz-free hair then it's totally worth it. The set was easy to use (just very time consuming) and left my hair with a sleek smoothness I've only ever previously experienced post-salon. I can't yet attest for this lasting 6 weeks but paired with the volumising/texturising properties of the shampoo and conditioner, my hair is looking and feeling really quite wonderful.

If Free From Frizz sounds like something that you fancy trying then head over to www.freefromfrizz.com and enter the code 'frizzfreesummer' at the checkout to receive an exclusive 20% off all Free From Frizz products. If you have any questions ask away, and let me know what you think in the comments below! To stay updated on future posts you can follow me on TwitterInstagramFacebook, and Bloglovin.

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