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John Frieda Sheer Blonde Colour Renew review

This stuff doesn’t work for me. At all.

What Mr. Frieda says:

  • The formula, containing Colour-Correcting Technology, neutralises brassy and yellow tones.
  • The formula, containing Optical Brightening Technology, absorbs UV light and emits white-blue light, making colour-treated hair appear brighter and salon-fresh.
  • Results are noticeable after just 3 uses.
  • For all shades of colour-treated or highlighted blonde hair

         What I say:

I’ve been using it for months now, twice a week, and the only thing I notice is that it actually makes my hair duller and brassier…  Have to say I dislike the flowery smell, too. The colour of my hair is what hairdressers describe as ”strawberry blonde”. I’d describe it as a longer Ron Weasley. It’s natural up to a certain degree, the one I reach every 6 weeks when strawberry hue overpowers the blonde. Then I reach for this stuff hoping it would remove the brassiness… Never does.  Do I learn from my mistakes?  Nope. What does the trick? L’oreal Casting Creme Gloss in 1010, which I shall be reviewing some other time.  😉

       Would I repurchase? No. But it might work if you have very, very light blonde hair.

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4 thoughts on “John Frieda Sheer Blonde Colour Renew review

  1. What a shame! I heard Sallys has a similar product that does work..

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