Just in time for summer, I was sent the latest addition to John Frieda’s Sheer Blonde range. John Frieda Sheer Blonde- Everlasting Blonde. Summer can be an extremely harsh time for one’s hair and even more so if your hair is dyed or highlighted blonde.

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John Frieda Sheer Blonde- Everlasting Blonde Review

My ultimate drugstore hair-care brand is John Frieda, which is exclusive to Clicks stores. I have been a long-time user of their Luxurious Volume duo which I still purchase regularly when I want extra bounce but I recently swapped over to their Sheer Blonde shampoo and conditioner duo after trying it out three months back (Review over here). My hair tends to be quite oily at the roots with drier ends so very, very rarely do I discover a hair-care brand where I can swap between ranges without any issues.

Introducing John Frieda’s Sheer Blonde Everlasting…

John Frieda Sheer Blonde- Everlasting Blonde

The John Frieda Sheer Blonde Everlasting Blonde is a colour-preserving shampoo and conditioner that can preserve your hair colour for up to 12 weeks. 

Although admittedly when I took this shot the bottles are already half empty! I tend to wash my hair 3 times a week which is the exact number the results were based on- 3 washes a week for 12 weeks.

Sound good? Let’s find out more.

As with all of John Frieda’s products the scent is very appealing, fresh and salon-like. The formula contains Bergamot oil which is interesting since I found that my hair was growing at a slightly faster rate since using this duo. John Frieda makes no claims that their formula promotes hair growth but Bergamot oil is well-known among hairdressers as the ultimate essential oil to stimulate hair growth so there is definitely a correlation between the two.

With John Frieda Sheer Blonde you can Remove Dullness.

What John Frieda does claim is that the Sheer Blonde range has the ability to remove any dulling residue left on the hair shaft without stripping or drying out the hair. It is in fact the only blonde shampoo I have found that lives up to this claim, I have found that far too many other brands dry out one’s hair making it appear even duller over time. John Frieda Sheer Blonde- Everlasting Blonde cleanses the hair’s surface of oil, dirt and product build-up while also removing mineral deposits commonly found in tap water. If you have ever lived in an area that has “hard water” then you will know how damaging mineral deposits can be to the overall condition of your hair as well as its look and feel of it. Because blonde hair is naturally more porous it can be more apparent. The Everlasting Blonde shampoo and conditioner also have a colour-preserving formula to prevent fading. I highly recommend this range for anyone with colour-treated or highlighted blonde hair. It is available from selected Clicks stores for R95 each.

Disclosure Ranking: 3

Comments

  1. I just love John Frieda hair products, they work so well.

    Candice | Beauty Candy Loves
    xoxo

  2. have the same and I love it! Also very good are the Forever Blonde products from Paul Mitchell.

    TheVogueWord

  3. I keep seeing these at Clicks and I don’t know why I’ve never tried them… Must do so as soon as I need new shampoo and conditioner 🙂

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