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Has anyone tried the new john frieda line or hair care product?! I just wanna see what the results are Please share your experiences and results!

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Originally posted by Nixon058@Apr 12th, 2004 - 3:35 am
Has anyone tried the new john frieda line or hair care product?! I just wanna see what the results are Please share your experiences and results!
hmm i havent tried it but its supposed to be great.
actually my older bro developed the idea and all the names come from him (caffe to espresso, etc etc)
he said they should be good!
gotta try them

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I use them!
Actually people were asking me if I had done something to my hair, after a week of use. I use the line made to give shine, and it definatly does!

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they give great shine & boost colour

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Hey, thanks for bringing on this thread! I am a brunette, too. I'm gonna buy it now!

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Thanks for all the imput! Ud brunettes gotta' stick together!

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Originally posted by leyla m.+Apr 12th, 2004 - 6:14 am--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(leyla m. @ Apr 12th, 2004 - 6:14 am)</div><div class='quotemain'> <!--QuoteBegin-Nixon058@Apr 12th, 2004 - 3:35 am
Has anyone tried the new john frieda line or hair care product?! I just wanna see what the results are Please share your experiences and results!
hmm i havent tried it but its supposed to be great.
actually my older bro developed the idea and all the names come from him (caffe to espresso, etc etc)
he said they should be good!
gotta try them [/b][/quote]
Do you know what each color is like expresso- dark hair or light hair.. what should i use if i have light to dark brown hair?

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Originally posted by leyla m.+Apr 12th, 2004 - 4:14 am--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(leyla m. @ Apr 12th, 2004 - 4:14 am)</div><div class='quotemain'> <!--QuoteBegin-Nixon058@Apr 12th, 2004 - 3:35 am
Has anyone tried the new john frieda line or hair care product?! I just wanna see what the results are* * Please share your experiences and results!
hmm i havent tried it but its supposed to be great.
actually my older bro developed the idea and all the names come from him (caffe to espresso, etc etc)
he said they should be good!
gotta try them [/b][/quote]

thats cool leyla..we must all thank your bro ..... we brunettes need speacial products too rder:

i think i will give the line a try . i have read a bit on the subject but what all is
there to try? shampoos, cremes...etc?

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Originally posted by Nixon058+Apr 12th, 2004 - 4:05 pm--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Nixon058 @ Apr 12th, 2004 - 4:05 pm)</div><div class='quotemain'>
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Has anyone tried the new john frieda line or hair care product?! I just wanna see what the results are* * Please share your experiences and results!

hmm i havent tried it but its supposed to be great.
actually my older bro developed the idea and all the names come from him (caffe to espresso, etc etc)
he said they should be good!
gotta try them
Do you know what each color is like expresso- dark hair or light hair.. what should i use if i have light to dark brown hair? [/b][/quote]
There is one set for lighter brown hair--I believe it's called "Amber to Maple"--and one set for darker brown hair--called "Chestnut to Espresso."

My mom uses this line and likes it very much. I think I'm going to buy some soon.

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I finally bought it! IT smell sooo Yummy!

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I really wanna try this stuff! I used Sheer Blonde when I was a (bottle) blonde, and it always worked great at keeping my hair soft and silky. I don't know which shade to buy though, my base color is my natural dark brown, but I have caramel and golden blonde highlights, and when I'm out in the sun, which happens a lot here in Florida, my hair bleaches out to a caramel/honey color a la Gisele. Hmm...

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I wanted to try...but I never found his products outstanding or anything. I did try Sheer Blonde before and they were okay. Not something to stand out, at least to me. Now I'm brunette, I was surprised that John Frieda came out with Brilliant Brunette line, which means the trend is to be a brunette. How odd!

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I decided to try it!

Got the Darker shampoo, but the store was out of the conditioner...
and I got the finishing cream

I washed with the shampoo, but used my old conditioner...
then used the cream when it was dry-

My hair feels great!
It didn't frizz at all, even though it was almost 100 degrees here today!
It looks shiny, and has great volume...

I like it!

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I bought it, too. I'm using the range for lighter brown hair. I haven't noticed any color enhancement yet, but I've only used it three times so far. My hair feels nice and conditioned and is shiny, but to be fair my hair is a bit on the oily side so it has natural shine and softness (and, sadly, limpness and the need to wash it every day). I'll report back later when I've been using for a couple of weeks. The smell is divine, though--a light chocolately caramel scent!

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I adore them.. the conditioner on the dark one is a little icky, but they make my hair look wonderful. I'm addicted to the shine shampoo. The straightening balm, I'm not liking as much. It does its job, but it's sticky after it's dryed and flat-ironed.

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