Sunday, 16 September 2012

John Frieda Sheer Blonde Go Blonder range

John Frieda Go Blonder Shampoo* £5.89 | John Frieda Go Blonder Conditioner* £5.89 | John Frieda Go Blonder Lightening Spray* £6.99
John Frieda has been one of my favourite hair care brands for a long time and I always enjoyed using their products. I had been using my Aussie hair care products but I recently run out, so when I was approached by the lovely people at John Frieda to try some of their new products, it seemed to be the perfect time! The new range is called Sheer Blonde and is designed specifically for blondes to maintain colour, moisture and help keep that salon fresh look.

I chose to try the Go Blonder products as my roots have started to go dark and I wanted to lighten them up. This range contains a Shampoo, Conditioner and a Lightening Spray. As you may know I did a post on the Lee Stafford Lightening Spray (here) so was eager to try this one and see if it is better.  

I have used the shampoo and conditioner a few times now and it is really lovely. They don’t have a strong scent which is good as I don’t like overpowering smells for hair products. It made my hair feel really good after the first use and I could notice the difference straight away. It added a really nice shine to my hair and made it feel light and nourished.

I have so far only used the lightening spray once, but what I like about this spray is that it reacts to heat. So the more heat you put on it the more enhanced the colour. I only applied the spray to my roots and I also noticed that this spray didn’t make my hair look brassy at all, which I have found with my Lee Stafford spray. I will obviously have to use this a few more times to see the full effect but so far I am impressed! I will do an update on this too. People can get the wrong idea about these kinds of products and over use them, which will end up doing no good to your hair. So this product is really designed for touch ups rather than an alternative to colouring your hair. John Frieda also recommends not using this spray more than 10 times between visits to hairdressers. I will probably only use it 5-6 times.

Overall I am really pleased with these products and they have definitely renewed my love for John Frieda! These products are also currently 3 for 2 at Boots which is a pretty good deal. 

John Frieda has also made 4 video tutorials which you can see on YouTube here, which can be done on anyone. I have attempted to do the hair bow tutorial but haven’t managed to master it yet.. I think I am a bit too much of a perfectionist! But it is very simple to do so definitely worth a try. I am also going to try the fish tail tutorial too and if I do any of them I will post them in an update. 

*PR Sample


  1. I have the spray and use it to keep the blonde in my ombre looking less yellow. It DEFINITELY works a lot better than the similar Lee Stafford spray.
    Got to try out that bow up do too, looks so cute! x

  2. I've had minis of these before when I wanted to bring out my highlights and I really liked it!
    I'm a new follower, great blog! ;) x

    1. Yeah they are great and keep hair looking so natural!
      Thank you! :) x

    2. Im just trying the spray now and looking forward to the effects, my hair defo need's some brightening up! How are you finding it now? do you think it works better with the shampoo and conditioner!!

      Jessica xx

    3. Hi yeah it is good, i've have used it about 4 times now and its working well. Don't think you necessarily need the shampoo and conditioner with it but they have left my hair in good condition and add shine! x


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