My sister bought these products from lookfantastic after reading about them on the londoner's blog. All the girls in my family are cursed with frizzy hair, so I decided to give them a try.
My sister didn't actually like these since the products weighed down her hair and made it rather greasy, so I began to worry if they would do the same to me. We have slightly different hair types though, so I still had hope that they would work for me.
I always shampoo my hair twice so I decided to shampoo it once with my normal shampoo and then use the Tame Frizz shampoo the second time, followed by the conditioner. The first time I tried these products, I didn't use the taming creme, for fear that it might be too much. My hair wasn't greasy at all and I did notice that I had no frizz after blow drying it, so needless to say I was quite impressed.
I would however recommend using the shampoo with a different conditioner and the conditioner with a different shampoo, so that it doesn't weigh the hair down as much. I definitely think you would have to try it out and see how it goes for your hair.
The taming creme works nicely but again I would recommend using this instead of your usual products. I used it along with my Kerastase Ciment Thermique and my hair oil and it was just too much. I prefer to use it on dry hair to add definition and to tame the frizz (obviously!) rather than on wet hair, but that is just my personal preference.
I got these from lookfantastic and they were on offer so I don't remember exactly how much I spent. The three products together cost about 30€ but Lookfantastic always has special deals so that's worth checking out.
Have any of you tried these products? Did they work for you?