John Frieda’s new Root Awakening spray

by Bionic Beauty on 29.Mar.2009 · 5 comments

Get ready for some MAJOR drugstore hair care love… My local Walgreens was having a dollar off sale on the new John Frieda Root Awakening hair care line. Instead of splurging for the whole line (I already have way too many shampoos in my shower), I just picked up the “Health Boosting Detangling Spray”.
John Frieda Root Awakening Health Boosting Detangling SprayJohn Frieda Root Awakening Health Boosting Detangling Spray

This spray is da bomb as my peeps say. Well, actually they don’t, but however you describe greatness, this is it. Lift up your hair, spritz in towards the roots, comb or brush through and ta-da! Gorgeous body, freshened hair, softness, shine all in one. Granted, I have always been a fan of leave-in conditioners, but JF’s Root Awakening takes it to a new level. It’s pretty much a styling product and leave-in combined.

Use on damp or dry hair- I’ve had excellent results with both. I’ll be using this after days at the breezy beach, driving with the windows open, for a quick hair pick-me-up, restyling through day, or a refresher on my non-shampoo days.

John Frieda’s Root Awakening Health Boosting Detangling Spray is certainly a mouthful, but it is definitely a Bionic Buy!

The Root Awakening spray runs $6.49 at Drugstore.comicon and all the John Frieda products are currently buy one, get one half off. Unfortunately the Root Awakening Spray is out of stock at the time I wrote this review, but keep checking online or your local drugstores.

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Mary Jane April 29, 2009 at 12:11 pm

Does the root awakening lift root as a root lifter?

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2 Bionic Beauty April 30, 2009 at 10:08 am

Hi Mary Jane, First off… Welcome to Bionic Beauty! Thanks for posting your question. :)

I would say the spray itself functions as more of a detangling spray as it’s labeled. However, since the entire line contains Maleluca, Eucaplytus, and other oils that help cleanse and plump hair volume, it does create lift. I get the most benefits when I use the shampoo, conditioner and then follow with the spray while my hair is damp.

What I like about this set up, is instead of some stiff icky spray that creates false “height”, you still have soft hair but with more natural volume.

I hope that helps. Feel free to ask me to clarify anything. :)
Best,
Jami (Bionic Beauty)

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