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Putting 3 Day Straight to the test during the most humid time of the year

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Putting 3 Day Straight to the test during the most humid time of the year

3 day straight by john friedaGetting my hair straight is not an easy task. It involves a multitude of products, heat, the right brush, a flat iron, and prayer. There are also usually curses involved, because my hair is coarse, curly, and just plain unruly. It needs discipline, and I am forever searching for the ultimate product to help me achieve smooth, silky strands.

So when I started hearing raves about the new John Frieda Frizz-Ease 3-Day Straight Semi-Permanent Styling Spray, you know I had to give it a try. I found it at my local Rite-Aid, so I know that it must be easy to find.

The steps are fairly simple, wash as normal, spray on damp hair. Blow dry with a brush (I personally used my large round brush), and then flat iron. Very straightforward.

What I liked most about the product was that it didn’t have any harsh chemical smell and did not strip my color in the least like Garnier Fructis Style Sleek & Shine Blow Dry Perfector (which not only didn’t work, but caused more problems than it was worth).

The best part? It lasted well past three days, even in the hot and humid heat wave we suffered on the East coast recently. A little dry shampoo to touch up each day and my hair looked great. A bottle is going to give you many treatments, and I didn’t notice any dryness as a result of the product.

I have always had excellent luck with John Frieda anti-frizz products, and even with all the other lines out there, I find myself going back to John Frieda when I am looking for a smooth look for my difficult hair. John Frieda Frizz-Ease 3-Day Straight Semi-Permanent Styling Spray fits the bill perfectly.

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