Review: John Frieda Highlight Activating Moisturising Shampoo and Conditioner

The other day a friend commented on my hair – she asked if I’d had it dyed, saying it looked lighter and brighter. I thanked her and explained that no, I haven’t had my hair done for a very long time, but I had started using a new shampoo and conditioner that is designed to

Coloured Batiste

A couple of weeks ago Batiste sent me a can of each of their new coloured dry shampoo range to test and tell Splodz Blogz readers what I thought.  As you know, I am a fan of dry shampoo anyway, and at the end of my last blog post about Batiste I said I was

Batiste Dry Shampoo

I have fine blonde hair which needs washing daily.  In fact sometimes it even needs washing again before a night out.  It’s a right pain.  And as a result I’ve been an avid user of Batiste dry shampoo for a long time.  It’s great for refreshing my hair between washes – perfect when I get

Year in Photos (7 Sep 2010)

There is no doubt that my hair looks much better when I find time to dry it using a hair dryer rather than just letting it dry naturally.  My fine long blonde hair (which you know is desperate for a cut and colour!) just holds it shape and also gets less scraggly if I blow

Sheer Blonde

I’ve been using the John Frieda Sheer Blonde “Go Blonder” shampoo and conditioner for a couple of weeks now and so thought it was time to let you know what I think. I purchased the shampoo and conditioner from Boots where it cost £5.59 for each of the two 250ml tubes.  I’ve not had my