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GIVEAWAY, Review, Ingredients, Shades: John Frieda Precision Hair Colour Foam

We recessionistas are always looking for more ways to do our beauty upkeep at home, right? From manicures to pedicures, and especially hair coloring — as this can be quite a pricey proposition if you add up all the touch-ups and maintenance visits to the salon.
We’ve reviewed all types of hair color products on the market from Clairol Advanced Grey Solution to the very popular L’Oreal Sublime Hair Color Mousse.
Review, Shades: John Frieda Precision Hair Colour Foam
Enter a new form of hair color from John Frieda, Precision Color Foam.  This product claims to be a groundbreaking, non-drip foam formula that spreads easily into your roots and those hard-to-reach places for exact, all-over 100% grey coverage.  This results in salon-precise professional coverage for flawless, natural looking color results in the comfort of your own home.
Review, Shades: John Frieda Precision Hair Colour Foam
Can this really be true? Does the fact that this formula is a non-drip foam formula actually give you salon results?
We reached out to hair color expert, Helen of  www.klassicsinternational.com to give her perspective on this.  She says that during application, consumers may make “overlapping mistakes” and that “not knowing how much is too much can cause damage to the health of the hair.” To prevent this, she recommends that you “get help with the application process from a friend – having the help of someone during the parting process and corresponding application process will maximize the outcome of the at-home color process.”

We do like the fact that this product has a conditioning step that helps to condition the hair. The product contains Orbignya Oleifera Oil and Oryza Sativa Bran Oil (aka Rice Bran oil).  They are both natural oils that are rich in fatty acids that can help nourish and hydrate the hair. And it contains Quaternium-91, an ingredient that helps to soften, condition and add shine.

For last minute hair color tips, we asked expert Toni Love of ToniLove.com to help us.  She says “be sure to read the manufacturer’s directions BEFORE applying hair color.  And always use gloves and a base cream to protect the skin.”
Plus check out the latest hair trends, Ombre Color Streaming, Hair Feather Extensions and Hair Crimping.

GIVEAWAY ———> BeautyStat is giving away 2 samples each of John Frieda’s Precision Foam Colour to 5 lucky readers (each winner being able to choose from 2 different colors!). Make sure to comment below to enter letting us know why your hair needs a color change!

*************ANNOUNCING WINNERS: Congratulations to Melissa Stephens, Diane Redcay, Maria J. Cardoza, Olga Candelario, and Latasha Hernandez. We just contacted you via Facebook to let you know that you won. Be sure to check your Facebook inbox to see our note.  If you did not win, be sure to sign up for our e-newsletter below so that you never miss our fabulous giveaways!

So tell us, are you planning to try this product? Let us know by commenting below, which will automatically be posted to our Community Forum (click here to check it out!) where you can find other beauty related discussions! Don’t forget to also submit a photo to our Photo Of The Day (click here!) feature, where a new photo will be picked daily. Your photo just might be selected, so get going!

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  1. got the wrong color for my mom it is a deep dark red and not nice looking can you please email and tell me when and how to try to fix the color .she wanted a light brown .started out with gray and brown. please help asap

  2. Easy to use the foam but I also wish I’d seen this site.
    Came out way to dark. Now having to explain to co-workers
    who think I’m going for the kardachian look.

  3. i used this product for a very risky bright blonde but to my surprise it worked a treat! have used other brands since and wish i hadn’t bothered, my colour has stayed my hair seemed to benefit from it and i was happy with the result what more can you ask for!

  4. I used the 9A color. My hair was very dry and tangled at the ends and this was the first time dying my hair too. It made my dark blonde hair more healthy, shiny, soft, and it looks and feels way better than before. It made my roots look more blonde and I am very happy with the results! It is not exactly the color that it says on the box, not as light, but it is close. Very impressed. Definately going to stick with the John Frieda hair color foam and maybe use 10B to make a highlighted effect. Love it!

  5. I used Revlon Colorsilk in Pale Beige Blond for years and Revlon discontinued the color (which Revlon does a lot- discontinue things). I could not find anything close until I found the color in John Frieda. So I tried it this afternoon. My hair is still wet but it looks like it did a good job. But the jury is still out!! If this brand doesn’t work, I’ll try L’Oreal because I think they have a “beige blond” color.

    Also, note to all those whose hair turned reddish – that means you have a lot of red pigment in your hair. I’ve been coloring my hair for 30 years and do not use Clairol at all because it brings out the red in my hair. That is why I loved Revlon. The colors were true. Also, always use a shampoo formulated for color treated hair, especially blond colors. It will keep the brassiness to a minimum.

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