Curly Girly

On the rare occasions that I wake up with enough time to do more than quickly run the straighteners over my hair or whack it up in a bun, I love having my hair in loose, natural curls.

Despite owning a variety of different curling tools, I tend to stick to my trusty Remington straighteners to create any type of curly/wavy style... mainly because I can't be bothered switch over the plugs.

But as much as I love wearing my hair like this, there are two things that usually put me off spending the extra time laboriously styling my hair when I could be getting an extra ten mins of beauty sleep. First, that the time I reach the end of my road the curls are nowhere to be seen, and secondly that wearing curly hair seems to accentuate my damaged, split ends and fly aways. Boo. 

But recently, I discovered a solution to these problems that make an earlier wake-up call worth it - John Frieda's Frizz-Ease Perfecting Crème*. I rub the Perfecting Crème between my fingers and twist them around the curls after styling. It works its magic, replacing the natural oils that are lost through blow-drying and styling and smooths away any frazzled imperfections and dry ends -leaving beautifully smooth and shiny hair.



The crème is light-weight and leaves my hair luxuriously soft, glossy and bouncy. No crispy locks here! And, it seems to do wonders and keeping the curls in tact all day, despite the sea breeze that usually annihilates any kind of styling efforts.

Have you ever tried anything from the Frizz-Ease range? What's your top product for keeping frizzy hair at bay?

* If you haven't already, I'd LOVE if you could hop over to the Cosmopolitan website and vote for Everything's Rosie to win a Cosmo Blog Award - I've been short listed for the Best New Beauty Blog category! Click here to vote, if you'd be so kind! *
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6 comments:

  1. I need to get myself some of this!! cute pic too :)
    Im keeping my fingers and toes crossed for you for the Cosmo Blog Award. good luck Rosie! xxx

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  2. You look beautiful! I use a fair few john frieda products (surprise, surprise with my mop huh!) but this one's new to me. I'll be eyeing that up on my next trip to boots I think :)

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  3. Hi, I'm here from #bbunch bloghop (followed). The best thing about John Frieda products is that they actually work! I have the de-frizz serum (can't remember the full name), small bottle but does a good job. :) Congrats on the shortlist

    Olivia xxx
    Beauty from the Fjord
    Current giveaway: Beautecobox (beauty box)

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  4. I am exactly the same, I curl my hair with my straighteners because I can't be bothered to lean all the way into the corner and switch over the plug, and curling my hair does also accentuate my dry ends! Your hair looks so smooth here though, I might try this!
    http://haveyoueverfalleninlove.blogspot.co.uk/

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  5. Your hair looks gorgeous! I wish I could curl my hair with straighteners, but I just can't do it! Pass on your skills in a tutorial please? :)

    www.ciderwithrosie.com

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  6. Looks lovely. I also curl my hair with my straighteners and have had a bit of a prob with dry ends so will be trying this product!
    I voted for you by the way... I hadn't read any of the blogs in the category (slap my wrist!) but we have the same name so it was a no brainer ;)
    Rosie x | Every Word Handwritten

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