Tuesday, March 13, 2012

John Frieda Sleek Finish Brushes

Hey everyone!

Over two decades ago, the John Frieda Hair Care Experts revolutionized hair care with the innovative Frizz-Ease Hair Serum, and now they're taking frizz-fighting technology to the next level with John Frieda Styling Brushes by Conair. This summer, the leader in transformational hair care presents a cutting-edge collection of professional-quality brushes that work in tandem with the John Frieda Full Volume Dryer for smooth, healthy, gorgeous hair without stepping foot in the salon.


John Frieda Styling Brushes include:

~John Frieda Paddle Sleek Finish Brush ($12.99) - Made with shine-enhancing silicone bristles, natural IONS and a flexible cushion base, this pro-finish brush smooths fly-aways and reduce frizz for a beautiful finish.

~John Frieda Cushion Sleek Finish Brush ($12.99) - Gently untangle wet or dry hair without snags or damage with this flexible cushion base brush, featuring smoothing silicone bristles.

~John Frieda Vent Sleek Finish Brush ($12.99) - This smoothing brush features silicone bristles, natural IONS, and vents to maximize dryer airflow for rapid styling.

~John Frieda Porcupine Round Volume Curls Brush ($12.99-$14.99) - This unique brush features nylon and boar bristles designed to distribute the scalp's natural oils for added shine and smoothness, an ideals blowout booster. Sizes small and medium.

These brushes will be coming to a retailer near you this year!

XoXo,
Whitney

Note: John Frieda sent me this product to try and feature on my blog. I am not associated with the company, nor are they paying me to feature their product. As always, my reviews and opinions are 100% my own! Brush shown in the John Frieda Sleek Finish Vent Brush.

2 comments:

Maddie said...

I'm soooo looking forward to these brushes getting released!

Jenny Stephens said...

I am not the kind of girl that gets excited over brushes unless they are pink, purple, or some fun print, but you make me want to go out and try these!! :D The only reason I would be hesitant is because I have HELLA long hair. I use a wide tooth comb after showering and brush often and get my supplies at State Beauty with my license. I'm thinking these brushes might be an investment!!

XOXO,
Jenny @ Jems From Jenny