Editor's Rating & Review
This oh-so-pretty, coconut-y spray does help give natural landlocked waves a tousled, beach-y touch. It's particularly good for midday refreshers. And like it promises, it provides "multi-dimensional shine" for brunettes, regardless of whether your color comes courtesy of nature or a bottle. But don't believe the part about getting great definition; you'll still need a styling cream for control. A final warning: It gets greasy-looking really quickly, so make sure to only use a few pumps.
John Frieda Brilliant Brunette Starlit Waves enhancing spray Reviews
Completes the setI use the Brilliant Brunette set as it is the only product line that really tames my crazy lion hair. Shake the spray well and spritz on. It says to use on wet hair but I've used it on wet and dray and it works great. I have dry hair so have not experienced the greasiness some folks report. My hair goes from frizzy to wavy and soft. And the smell is wonderful. Great product for me. — 5 years agoleo1999 | 608 reviews
Curls, Waves and Shine but NO GREASE!Really makes my permed hair shiny, well-managed and beautiful without toally weighing it down or making it look greasy and limp. In fact, I get so many complements - people even insist that my hair MUST be naturally wavy. They say "No way that's a perm!" — 5 years, 4 months ago1955Nurse | 234 reviews
Nice shine & waves, soft hairLooking for a replacement for Beach Blondeâ€™s Surf Spray by John Frieda (it was discontinued quite awhile ago, grrrr); I picked up John Friedaâ€™s Starlit Waves in the Brilliant Brunette line. The spray promises â€œWave enhancementâ€ and â€œbe luminiousâ€. With a few spritz (careful not to overdo it!) and a few scrunches, I had sufficiently beachy hair. I was especially pleased since the next product for me to try was the Bumble & Bumble Surf Spray (which is pretty darn costly). Anyhowâ€¦ the spray did make my hair soft, scrunchy, and yet perfectly shiny. Love it! — 4 years, 5 months agobionicbeauty | 127 reviews
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