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Fantastic hair straightening product

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cocobongo Wed 05-Nov-14 20:54:20

Now, I don't normally recommend hair styling products because my hair usually looks shite with them all. But I tried the L'Oreal 3 day straight heat protecting spray and it is fantastic. Just blew my hair dry and then went over it briefly with my straighteners and I got smooth and sleek hair which didn't frizz! Usually even if my hair looks okay when I do it, by the time I get to work, it goes horribly frizzy.

And it is on offer in Boots at the moment for only £3.99!

coffeenut Thu 06-Nov-14 05:07:14

Does it make it greasy at all Coco?

cocobongo Thu 06-Nov-14 23:54:45

No, not at all. Used it again today and, despite horribly rainy weather and having my head encased in a hood and then into steamy underground, my hair still looked sleek at work. Normally that combination would have it looking like a total frizzball and kinky but it was still really straight.

All I did was a few sprays before blow drying and straightening (and the straightening was literally 2 mins) and finished off with hairspray.

I haven't tried to see how it lasts after 2 /3 days as I usually wash my hair every day.

Rummikub Fri 07-Nov-14 00:30:20

1.99 in home bargains. It irks on my hair too smile

ChubbyKitty Fri 07-Nov-14 00:41:10

Ooh i'll give this a try! I could catch humidity in a talc factory!grin

Fabulassie Fri 07-Nov-14 07:38:23

This looks promising!

SofaCanary Fri 07-Nov-14 09:03:48

I'm in!

Fabulassie Sat 08-Nov-14 07:13:48

This thread reminded me that I have a bottle of Frizz Ease 3-Day Spray. I tried it yesterday and was pretty impressed with it. I'll see how it looks today (I'm still in bed).

carrielou2007 Sat 08-Nov-14 11:07:20

Depends on hair type, I have super thick wavy 'bush head' hair. This did nothing for me, neither did John freida 3 day straight, or much really! I gave it to my 16 year old neice however who loves it!

Fabulassie Sat 08-Nov-14 11:22:32

When I finally got out of bed all I had to do was go over my hair quickly with the straighteners and it went back to what it looked like yesterday.

I have a lot of fine hair that is a bit frizzy/curly in that middle-aged way. I do find that the Frizz Ease is the best thing I've tried so far. I am unable to get the same results my hair stylist does when she blows out my hair, even though I use GHD's, but I am pretty happy with my hair at the moment.

I'm about to pop out to the shops. It's raining. I'll carry and umbrella but I would expect my hair to frizz just from being in the humidity. I will see how it goes...

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