John Frieda’s Miracle Drops Hair Mask Review

John Frieda’s Miracle Drops is a hair mask that prevents frizz in curly, wavy, or straight hair.

The mask for almost every hair type sounds great. But is it possible that it is so good. So before I had this blog I tried a volume shampoo by John Frieda. That means this is not the first time I have used this brand. But this is the first time I have tried this mask.

John Frieda’s Miracle Drops

I didn’t even see an advertisement for this anywhere but it was more of an impulsive purchase. You already know how it goes. You tell yourself “I’m going to buy this, that’s it”.

Let me just say that this is not a sponsored post. 

There are links to affiliate marketing on the site. That means if you buy something from the link I get a small commission.

John Frieda’s Miracle Drops

John Frieda Hair Mask
  • infused with avocado oil, repairs and prevents frizz
  • nourish and transform unruly hair into a smooth, defined style
  • nourishes dry, frizzy hair
  • helps seal the cuticle to smooth hair and reduce chronic frizz
  • for anyone who wants to achieve a smoother look
  • is ideal to calm and hydrate frizzy hair

How To Use:

  • after shampooing, squeeze out excess moisture from your hair
  • massage hair mask through wet or damp hair
  • distributing evenly from roots to ends
  • leave on for 5 minutes
  • rinse thoroughly

Make a small allergy test before use.

Impressions

The beautiful appearance of the packaging strongly entices you to buy this product. Ok, maybe you wouldn’t like that, it all depends on what you like. I love the beautiful packaging.🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️

John Frieda’s Miracle Drops mask is easy to open. This is very important because when we are in the shower we do not want to bother with opening the product.

The hair mask smells wonderful. But really wonderful. I can’t say exactly what it smells like, but take my word for it.

Calm and hydrate frizzy hair

The texture of the mask is very good, not too runny. 

And now, let me tell you the best way to use this mask. First, soak up excess water from your hair well with a towel. (I put it on very wet hair for the first time and it really wasn’t good.)

Secondly, leave the mask on for 5 minutes or more. Because everything under 5 minutes is too short for the mask to start working. (It’s just my opinion.)

I even combed my hair while the mask was still on. 

After this, the hair is very, very soft. I have to say it’s not puffy as usual but it’s not smooth either. The hair is easily combed after this mask which is a plus. And after the hair smells wonderful, I have to admit.

Well an interesting product, and I’m not sorry I bought it. Have you ever tried this mask? Leave a comment below.

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Never tried it; is this like a single use mask?

    1. Didi says:

      Yes it is.

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