The weather here in Los Angeles has been kind of weird lately. One day it's 95 degrees and sunny, the next it's 60 degrees and overcast. It's very annoying, not to mention the fact that it's making my hair look awful. On a whim, I decided to test out the new Weather Works by Frizz-Ease shampoo and conditioner from John Frieda ($5.99 each). Designed with a special Shielding Technology that gives your hair a barrier to seal in the moisture that you need and keep out the extra that you don't, they prevent your hair from frizzing up while protecting it from the sun (with a UV inhibitor) and windy conditions. So pretty much anyone from Chicago to Texas can use this duo and improve the way their hair looks. I love all purpose products that I can use year round - there's nothing worse than when you love a summer product and have to give it up in the winter (and vice versa). I've been using these for a week and my hair definitely looks better. There seem to be less flyaways and it's smooth and shiny. (I love when my hair is shiny - it makes me so very, very happy).
Part of the reason that my hair look so great too might be that I've been pairing this duo with the new Frizz-Ease Crème Serum Overnight Repair Formula ($9.99). As much as I like the shampoo and conditioner, I love this product. It's a serum that you rub into your hair at night and it works while you're asleep, giving you healthier hair without any effort. (No effort improvement is the best, isn't it? I don't mind working to look better, but when I can make my hair softer while I lay in bed dreaming about calorie-free brownies, all the better). The best part is that it doesn't leave any weird oil or residue on your pillow while it works. I was scared that I would love the product and be forced to wash my pillowcases every other day, but that's not the case at all. Score! Now if the weather in Los Angeles could just pick a temperature and stay there for more than a day, I'd be a very happy girl.
John Frieda products are available at drugstores, food stores and mass retailers across the country.
Photos courtesy of John Frieda