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This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of John Frieda. All opinions are 100% mine.
As a woman with curly hair, I have long been a fan of John Frieda’s Frizz-Ease product line. Taming frizz requires a multi-pronged approach that includes the products you use on your hair, a good haircut, and styling techniques that help reduce the amount of frizz often present in naturally curly hair. Of course, the haircut and styling techniques differ for every person and type of hair, but there are products that work for a wide variety of hair types, and Frizz-Ease is certainly one of them.
Fighting frizz starts with what you use to wash your hair, and I’m currently loving Frizz-Ease Smooth Start Repairing Shampoo and Conditioner. These salon quality products aim to mend damaged hair and block frizz in the shower for smooth, easy styling. A Frizz-Mending Complex and silk protein help seal split ends and restore hair’s natural frizz defense. Not only does it have that “salon smell” that I love in a shampoo and conditioner, but it truly leaves my hair looking soft and smooth.
On days when frizz isn’t as much of a concern, I like to concentrate on giving my fine hair some volume. This is where Luxurious Volume Touchably Full Shampoo and Conditioner comes in. Specially formulated to transform fine, flat hair into “salon-caliber, natural-looking volume,” it is a weightless formula that prevents hair from looking limp and lifeless. My current hair regime alternates between these two products and the Frizz-Ease products to help keep my hair looking its best.
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It feels like we’ve been waiting our whole lives for The Great Gatsby to come to life on film. Or at least a good part of the year. What’s not to love about the upcoming big screen adaptation: the actors, the music, and most importantly — the fashion. The 1920s represent a time when women were empowered to take control of their clothing, hair, and makeup, leading to styles that became timeless, like the bob, bright red lips, and detailed hair accessories.With the film premiering on May 10, you can finally indulge in your 20s era obsessions with a geometric, feathered or beaded headband. Turban headbands are an easier way to try the turban trend without spending hours on YouTube trying to figure out how to tie one. The hair accessories are an easy way to pull a little Gatsby into your wardrobe without going full on flapper or breaking the bank, since they are all under $20.