The company describes Sheer Blonde Crystal Hold Hairspray as having an ultra-light, non-sticky formula for easy shaping with lasting flexible hold. It says that humidity resistors guard against puffiness and wilted styles & non-yellowing ingredients which dry clear for blonde hair that shimmers & shines. Sunscreen helps to protect from UV damage. They claim that it won't weigh down hair or dull & darken blonde. So, what did Ellie think?
On first impressions, I liked the packaging and would definitely be drawn to it if I saw it on the shop shelf. The light colour clearly communicates that it's intended for use on blonde hair. I think that the design looks modern and quite high end. In fact, I'm familiar with the brand and have previously used several of their products.
I found the hairspray quite wet when first applied but it does dry fairly quickly. The scent isn't strong and I didn't notice that it lingered following application.
John Frieda Sheer Blonde Crystal Hold Hairspray gives a very firm hold so I didn't find it particularly useful when I wanted flexibility in my hair. I think that it went some way to enhancing shine but didn't like that it left my hair feeling sticky and for that reason, I'd be unlikely to repurchase.
John Frieda Sheer Blonde Crystal Hold Hairspray costs £6 for 250ml.