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Saturday, 16 August 2014

Frizzy Hair? Aussie Frizz Miracle Shampoo Review

Frizzy Hair is the bane of my existance! No amount of serums, oils or conditioners make much of a difference. Yet I continue buying many products in the hope that one of them will work!

So there I was browsing in Superdrug when I noticed this shampoo. I had heard a lot about Aussie haircare, and so I decided to give it a go.

Aussie Frizz Miracle Shampoo

The shampoo was nice to apply as it lathered up quite easily. It had a lovely bubblegum scent (which may be down to the Australian Blue Gum leaves in it that are supposed to control frizz and smooth flyaways). However it dries your hair and scalp out a lot (even if you have greasy hair), I used an intensive conditioner on my ends to combat this.

Aussie Frizz Miracle Shampoo

When my hair was completely dried there was no difference, it was as frizzy as ever. I didn't really enjoy using this shampoo, although I used most of it up. I also felt like the leave in conditioner from the same range didn't do much for my hair either. This is a product that I wouldn't repurchase.

Whilst this post wasn't full of praises, I hope you found it useful!
What products do you use to combat frizzy hair?

19 comments:

  1. Have you tried the Hask Argan oil? I buy mine from Primark (they usually have it near the tills). It completely saved my split-end hair, and really helped with frizz too! It's only about £2 and for such a little bottle it lasts a while - I'd definitely recommend trying it!
    Francine from The Graduate Goddess xx

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    1. No, I've never heard of it! I tried some moroccon argan oil before but it made my hair a bit sticky. Wow that sounds so good! I'll see if I can find it! Thanks for the suggestion, that's so affordable! :) xx

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  2. I didn't have much luck with this either! Their 3 Minute Miracle Shine mask is really nice though :) xx

    http://bethht.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. It seems to do the opposite of what it's supposed to! Thanks, I've heard a lot about their 3 min conditioners, I might check it out once I've finished the ones I have :) xx

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  3. Oh no - I LOVE Aussie - though I have never tried the one for frizz only the ones for dry and damaged. Great review though - always love an honest post.
    Jules

    lippylikes

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    1. I was actually going to get the one for dry hair, but my hair can get oily fast! Thank you, appreciate it! :) xx

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  4. That's disappointing to hear because I know they aren't the cheapest shampoos out there. I do love their scent though x


    Beauty with charm

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    1. Yeah they're quite a bit more expensive compared to the other drugstore hair ranges, although I did pick it up on offer! Same here, reminds me of chewing gum for some reason ;) xx

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  5. Ah that's such a shame you didn't have great results with Aussie, I've always loved their products! :(

    Latasha xx | Today I Adore

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    1. I've heard lot's of people say their products are really good, maybe this range doesn't quite live up to it :) xx

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  6. I always find it such a shame when products don't work :( I do find the aussie range a little over priced if i'm honest and they never leave my hair feeling 100% clean :/
    Love Holly x

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    1. PS I absolutely love your blog design :) x

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    2. I've only been hearing rave reviews so far, so it's good to hear another perspective :) It is quite pricey, I might look for a sls free alternative instead:)

      Thank you so much! I've just been playing around with it myself, so that's a huge compliment :) xx

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  7. I am the same with this product. The only thing I like about it is how nice it leaves my hair smelling. But it makes no difference in terms of frizz x

    Mapped Out | Fashion, Beauty, Lifestyle

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    1. It's great to hear someone else has tried it too! I really don't understand why it's marketed for frizzy hair :) xx

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  8. i don't really like there products too! x

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    1. It seems that in the past day I'm hearing more people say that too! I might check out some other brands instead :) xx

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  9. If you straighten your hair a lot and that causes it to frizz then try the Aussie take the heat shampoo, it's really good! Has helped keep my hair protected and reduced the frizz on the ends when I straightened it. Also, try the Tresemme 7 Day Keratin Smooth shampoo, conditioner & treatment they work wonders too! I'm going to be doing a review on it soon if you'd like to hear my thoughts before purchasing it :)

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    1. I don't really straighten it a lot but I'll bear that in mind :) Ooh they sound interesting, I'd love to read it :) xx

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