Overwhelmed with hair stuff!

For the past couple of weeks I have been trying out the new John Frieda Root Awakening after picking it up in a 3 for 2 offer in Boots (I need to do a proper review of this very soon) especially since in the past week I have accumulated not one, not two but FOUR new shampoo/conditioner sets to review.

So over the next few weeks I will be reviewing them all – giving each one at least a full week (possibly two, depending how it all goes) of use before I decide what I think.

But I thought I would do a quick ‘first impressions’ post before the full reviews…plus it will be a bit of a sneaky peak as to what’s coming soon!

John Frieda Root Awakening shampoo/conditioner and root spray – first impressions, like the fresh smell, hair is left very soft and my scalp seems to like this.

Tigi Urban Antidotes shampoo/conditioner – first impressions, love the smell leaves hair squeaky clean after the shampoo.

Herbal Essences Seductively Straight shampoo/conditioner/leave in heat protection spray – first impressions, leaves hair seriously smooth and silky.


Pantene Aqua Light shampoo/conditioner/leave in mist– first impressions, very different to the normal Pantene, leaves hair both silky smooth and feeling light/not weighed down.

There is also another set that I had a preview of at The Body Shop event on Friday – I will also add this to the list shortly.

So it’s going to be a busy few weeks for hair posts! As there is only so much messing around my hair can take so I have roped in some willing volunteers to help with the process. But I will be aiming for a weekly blog post on my/my volunteer’s thoughts after a week of use for each set of products.

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2 Comments

  1. PeachBellini
    June 28, 2010 / 9:42 pm

    Really looking forward to the reviews, esp the root awakening spray. I’ve been wondering whether to buy it or not.

  2. Primp and Preen
    June 28, 2010 / 9:42 pm

    Looking forward to reading more about them, especially the Herbal Essences and the Pantene ones.

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