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A Gaze Into My Soul

A Gaze Into My soul is a blog by Amber Flowers. Discover a menagerie of opinionated personal posts, sarcasm & poetic musings. Follow me as I explore rugged & urban terrain across Kentucky and beyond. Keep in touch with Soul Gaze Photography, LLC via photography, projects and other content related to my business. Discover reviews of products of all types and sizes. 

A Gaze Into My Soul

A blog by Amber Flowers. Discover a menagerie of opinionated personal posts, sarcasm & poetic musings. Follow me as I explore rugged & urban terrain across Kentucky and beyond. Keep in touch with Soul Gaze Photography, LLC via photography, projects and other content related to my business. Discover reviews of products of all types and sizes. 


Review of John Frieda Frizz Ease 3-Day Straight Flat Iron Spray

I received a sample of John Frieda Frizz Ease 3-Day Straight Flat Iron Spray compliments of the Influenster J'adore VoxBox. Since my hair is thin and naturally wavy, I rarely have luck with keeping it straight without it becoming damaged in the process. The endless heat from a hairdryer and straightener (both as a flatiron or chemical) can be very destructive to hair. It had gotten to where I stopped risking my hair to such torture before it was too late. My natural wave didn't bother me, but it wasn't very 'refined' and I often missed the warmth of a hairdryer during cold winter days since my hair is down below my shoulder blades and can take some time to dry despite being layered. So I was definitely excited to test this flat iron spray. To be able to protect my hair against heat damage AND for my hair to remain straight for up to 3 days - how could I not be excited? Plus, keratin is well known to be amazing for hair. Top salons charge an insane amount of money for keratin treatments.

After using 3-Day Straight Flat Iron Spray.

My first impression was that the smell was nice. It was scented, but nothing overly fragrant. It reminded me of something from a nice quality salon. I have issues with fragrance allergies so was very happy about this. I had just taken a shower and used a towel to dry my hair, leaving it damp as suggested since the product instructed to not apply it to dry hair. The mist was very fine and coverage was even. I proceeded to dry my hair first with a blow dryer and then used a flatiron to touch up around my face and any other areas as needed. I was amazed as I watched my hair transform from frizzy and wavy to straight. However, I'd gotten a bit carried away and sprayed a bit too much, so my hair on top was oily. I could feel the spray in my hands when I smoothed them over the top of my head. So, I bent over my bathtub and washed my hair again.

This second time, I did the same as before, but used less of the spray. I finished drying my hair and using the flatiron. This time, my hair wasn't too oily. It was fabulous! Straight and somehow not flat. which was another reason I'd stopped straightening my hair. When you have thin hair, straight can also be a bit minimalistic. My hair also smelled fresh and not at all like it had just been baked by a flat iron. I also saw amazing shine instead of dull dryness. Anyway, I kept running my fingers through my hair like some supermodel. I was very pleased with the results and even bought a full size bottle on my next trip to town for around $8. My Husband also like the results and thought I looked "hot" which is enough of a reason for me to keep using it! ;)

My first impression was that the smell was nice. It was scented, but nothing overly fragrant. It reminded me of something from a nice quality salon. I have issues with fragrance allergies so was very happy about this. I had just taken a shower and used a towel to dry my hair, leaving it damp as suggested since the product instructed to not apply it to dry hair. The mist was very fine and coverage was even. I proceeded to dry my hair first with a blow dryer and then used a flatiron to touch up around my face and any other areas as needed. I was amazed as I watched my hair transform from frizzy and wavy to straight. However, I'd gotten a bit carried away and sprayed a bit too much, so my hair on top was oily. I could feel the spray in my hands when I smoothed them over the top of my head. So, I bent over my bathtub and washed my hair again.

This second time, I did the same as before, but used less of the spray. I finished drying my hair and using the flatiron. This time, my hair wasn't too oily. It was fabulous! Straight and somehow not flat. which was another reason I'd stopped straightening my hair. When you have thin hair, straight can also be a bit minimalistic. My hair also smelled fresh and not at all like it had just been baked by a flat iron. I also saw amazing shine instead of dull dryness. Anyway, I kept running my fingers through my hair like some supermodel. I was very pleased with the results and even bought a full size bottle on my next trip to town for around $8. My Husband also like the results and thought I looked "hot" which is enough of a reason for me to keep using it! ;)

Still straight despite being slept in.

Still straight despite being slept in.

So overall, I totally recommend this spray IF you don't get carried away while spraying it. I do wish it was more affordable as I doubt it will last long considering the length of my hair, but the results were impressive enough for me to continue using it and the bottle design makes this product so easy to apply. It also washes out easily with no residue. If you try it yourself, leave me a comment or a photo. I'd love to see if your results were just as fabulous as mine.  

About John Frieda Frizz Ease 3-Day Straight Flat Iron Spray

"Revolutionary heat-activated formula wraps each strand to seal in longer-lasting straightness for up to 3 days* without weighing hair down. Formula, infused with Keratin, protects against heat damage and blocks frizz making hair glossy, smooth, and swinging with body.

*or until your next shampoo if less than 3 days."

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