Recently I dyed my hair a dark brown. I used to be a blonde, and quite a few of my hair products were designed for blonde’s, however as a brunette now, I had to update my collection, and purchase products designed for us darker beauts.
A few days ago I had purchased John Frieda’s Light Reflecting Shampoo for chestnut to espresso darker shades. I was so impressed with the shampoo, that I had to go out and find the sister conditioner.
The John Frieda Light Reflecting Conditioner with Light Enhancers is part of the Brilliant Brunette collection. I purchased it in the chestnut to espresso darker shade, because my hair…is dark now. This is the darkest shade they offer, so I had no other choice.
The conditioner promises moisturization to dry locks, shine to dull hair, and that my hair will be transformed to a more supple and easier to manage style.
The shampoo promised the same, and it worked wonders, so I knew that the conditioner would work just as well. I was right by the way…so very right.
In the shower I first rinsed using the sister shampoo. After that the I popped the top on the conditioner, and applied a half handful of the light brown creamy conditioner. The scent was identical to the shampoo, which really has no particular flower or food scent to it. It’s more of a clean soapy type smell which I enjoy.
I left the conditioner in my hair for about 3 minutes and then rinsed. I could feel the difference as I rinsed. Usually when you can feel a significant difference while you a rinsing out, it means the results will look and feel superb.
After my hair was dry and styled straight, it looked and felt like heaven. My darker hair shined like star light, it was left soft, and frizz free. Plus a light clean scent was left behind.
I honestly could not be happier with this conditioner, and this is why I recommend it to brunettes with darker locks, like me.
The John Frieda John Frieda Light Reflecting Conditioner with Light Enhancers (for chestnut to espresso) comes in a stand up tube. The cap is on the bottom, so squeezing out the conditioner comes easier. The bottle itself is a deep dark espresso color, and comes with 8.45 ounces of conditioner.
Pricing and availability:
I picked up the tube at my local drugstore (CVS) for $4.99.
It was well worth it.
Pair this conditioner up with it’s sister shampoo for even better results.
For even more moisturization saturate wet hair in John Frieda Light Reflecting Conditioner with Light Enhancers and place a plastic bag over your head for an hour. This gives you an intense deep conditioning, and works wonders for dry hair.