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By: Hot Hair Mon, 08 Oct 2007 01:41:52 +0000 Well, just researching the John Frieda Dream Curls and came across your review, I usually have good results with JF products serum’s great (for a serum) finishing cream gives life to my extensions ;o) So… I think I may try it anyway.

About the mascara NOTHING (believe me I have tried them all) compares to YSL false lash effect mascara it is the King Queen and Omega of mascaras, you can also get a great false effect using loreal Telescopic and layering on Bourjois clubbingx

By: afrobella » Ask Afrobella: Mama Bella on Fake Eyelashes Fri, 24 Nov 2006 05:36:16 +0000 […] I’m currently using Maybelline Moisture Extreme Volume + Length Microfiber Mascara, and I really like it. My previous experience with duo mascaras was gloppy and unimpressive, but the Maybelline is working great and I plan on buying another fiber lash extension mascara soon, probably Lancome L’Extreme Waterproof or Shu Uemura Fiber Xtension Mascara. I’ve heard great things about both. Hope that helps, Davina!   […]

By: Morenae Sat, 07 Oct 2006 18:03:02 +0000 I’ve been natural for all of my lfe and gave up using “other people’s products” a long time ago – with the exception of John Frieda’s Frizz Ease Secret Weapon in the tube. It has a creamy consistency. It’s not one of my holy grail staples, but I keep it around for smoothing down hair at the temples and adding a bit to dry curls and ends. It’s nothing more than a touch-up product to keep in your purse – and in a pinch it makes a half way decent hand lotion too. LOL.

By: Courtie Thu, 05 Oct 2006 13:44:58 +0000 I love your site — this is my first time commenting.
I can’t believe Coup de Theatre didn’t work for you. I absolutely love that mascara. My mom and I have the shortest eyelashes on the planet, and that stuff has us fluttering our eyelashes like Josephine Baker.
Strange that a mascara would work for some people and not others — are everyone’s eyelashes different?

By: trini Y Thu, 05 Oct 2006 01:09:37 +0000 So I switched up my hair routine today…used Farouk Biosilk Shampoo and hydrating conditioner (these are expensive for my tastes approx $8/bottle but they make my hair very soft) Also for styling I sprayed some Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Moisture Mist $12(found this on discount at Nordstorm outlet) and then applied Suave healthy curls scrunching mousse $2 (which I applied generously) and Garnier fructis Sleek and Shine leave in conditioner $3. My hair has never felt so soft. I was a little apprehensive about the scrunching mousse since I expected a little crunch but not at all. My hair dried soft and curly. There was no huge increase in shine but the softness was worth it.

By: Elle Wed, 04 Oct 2006 23:35:35 +0000 As a relaxed bella 🙂 I absolutley love the John Frieda “Dream Curls”. Yes, it does require that you “scrunch” your hair as you blow dry, but for me it is well worth it. And they’re right, your hair doesn’t come out hard like you just used holding spray on it. I mostly use it when I go out to parties and clubs, so I call it my “party hair” and I always get compliments on it. I would do the style more often if it didn’t take so much time (about 20-30 for shoulder length hair).

The only downside is that living in Florida with the crazy humidity kills the hair style (as it does for just about everyone’s hair who lives here).

I started using it under the name “ripple effect” from John Frieda’s line for relaxed hair and I was so sad when they discontinued the line because I thought I wouldn’t be able use this again. Obviously, I found the same stuff in the different bottle 🙂

Anyways, its great and that’s my two cents…

By: kay-oh Wed, 04 Oct 2006 18:46:50 +0000 I have used John Frieda’s Frizz Ease for a while now. Whem my hair was relaxed, I used to use a small amount on those (very) rare occasions that I would blow dry it.

I’ve been natural for just short of 4 years now and I mix it with the product that I use when I do my two-strand twists. I think the key is that a little goes a long way with this product and if you use too much it can make your hair feel greasy. Also, you have to use it when your hair is still VERY wet.

The only other John Frieda product that I have tried was a leave-in conditioner from the Frizz Ease line. I didn’t like it very much.

But, as with any product, what works for one doesn’t work for all.

Hope this helps.

By: Dahls Wed, 04 Oct 2006 05:19:48 +0000 I’ve heard many people rave about the Aussie Three minute Miracle, and have always wanted to try it. But if the test on Animals i’m staying clear. I agree with summer Estee Lauder has some great mascaras my current fave is their More Than Mascara. The cover girl lash exact is very good also. It lives up to its claim and has no clummping!