Editor's Rating & Review
Nothing replaces regular trips to your colorist, but this between-salon touch-up sure tries. Its color effect is barely noticeable, but the shine boost is a deep-conditioner fake-out. Although the gentle ingredient mix makes it safe to use frequently, even without harsh ammonia or peroxide, it still manages to smell terrible. And the fine-haired might find the silicone too weighty. One bummer: The six shades cover blondes, redheads and brunettes, but you're out of luck if you have black hair.
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John Frieda Sheer Blonde Luminous Color Glaze Reviews
mmm.....hate thissmells bad. not a glaze. ive done salon supply and this is not a glaze, bc glazes give you shine, color boost and softness, and this doesnt. boooo. plus, it recomends you thouroughly saturate your hair to do the 'deep shine treatment' and for me, that took the whole bottle to do. so waste of money for sure. — 4 years, 11 months agocorizotti | 540 reviews
So-soIt didn't improve my highlights but didn't make my hair brassy either. I'm not sure if I like this product based on the results I haven't had. I don't use it anymore b/c it smells kind of funky to me. — 5 years agopure.life | 323 reviews
It definitely worksGlaze and a touch of color--it does exactly what it claims to do. Though one has to be patient for it to take full effect (up to two weeks), the glaze makes my hair soft, glossy, and healthy, while my blond undertones are slightly exposed--especially in the sun. The product does stink a bit, but my shower has such a flowery smell that the stink is gone in a few minutes. John Frieda definitely knows what it's doing, and it is easy to find amazing deals on this time-worthy product. — 4 years, 2 months agonaughtnone | 27 reviews
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