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John Frieda Go Blonder Controlled Lightening Spray Review

Get Beachy-Blond Highlights in a Snap

At-home lightening sprays have been notorious for turning hair orange in the past, but today's versions promise brass-free strands. John Frieda offers up a Controlled Lightening Spray that claims to give you the beach look sans the unwanted undertones, but does it really work? Find out our results now. On Kirbie: H&M.

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lovepollution lovepollution 5 years
This seems like Sun-In, which is really bad for your hair (the colour never stop developing as it's activated by heat and sunlight, so hair ends up dried out and wrecked).
animatedpunk animatedpunk 5 years
This doesn't seem any different than Sun In. I STILL use Sun In (the one with lemon juice), and it works great. It's the same as with this product - it works if you're blonde.
Grace-Wilcox Grace-Wilcox 5 years
This looks awesome! I'm going to try it out asap!
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