Skip Nav
Spring Beauty
10 Fiery Shades of Red to Dye Your Hair For Summer 2017
Beauty News
This Tattoo Health Benefit Will Make You Even More Addicted to Ink
Spring Beauty
I Stopped Shaving My Arms After Nearly a Decade, and Here's What Happened

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.

Join The Conversation
lovepollution lovepollution 4 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 4 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-Hitchcock Grace-Hitchcock 4 years
This looks awesome! I'm going to try it out asap!
Cotton Candy Cake
Edible Puffy Paint Recipe
Homemade McDonald's Shamrock Shake Recipe
Homemade Egg McMuffin Recipe
Homemade McDonald's French Fries Recipe
Animal Cookie Masks Recipe
Adults With Down Syndrome Run Cafe

POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests.

From Our Partners
Latest Beauty
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds