John Frieda – Full Repair – Perfect Ends Deep Infusion

Of the Full Repair range this was the first product I couldn’t wait to try. Perfect Ends Deep Infusion is essentially a serum but not as you know it. For those of you a little scared to break out in to the world of hair oils but desperate for that glossy shine that the converted beauty bloggers seem to have.. this is about to become your new best friend. It’s super thin in consistency and lightweight in my hair whether I apply it when it’s damp on dry. I’ve mentioned my love hate relationship with conditioner since my hair is short and have been skipping it altogether lately because it’s just too heavy and leaves me looking (for use of no better word) unclean.. not what you want! This serum is ideal if you’re in the same situation but need a little something to detangle or add shine. I generally apply a little on my towel dried hair and then a little more to my styled do and it doesn’t feel greasy or weighed down.. it just feels healthy and looks sleeker.

There’s not much more to be said about this as I doubt it’s doing any long term good to my locks but it’s all about the aesthetic at the end of the day and I have other things I use to keep it conditioned.. this is just the finishing touch! I’ve been using it daily for a couple of weeks and I don’t think I’ve made much of a dent in it but will absolutely repurchase when it does run out!

£6.99 for 50ml here

Miss BB

*PR Sample



  1. 14 August, 2012 / 1:07 pm

    The ends of my hair are in horrific condition! Not surprising with the amount of abuse my hair gets from dye! I’ve been using the Tresemme spilt end serum to try and tidy up my ends. Although my ends seems in better condition it always leaves my hair a little sticky and greasy. I might give this a try hopefully it’ll do some good.

  2. nana
    14 August, 2012 / 2:27 pm

    I just realize that in my own life and I would like to share it with you after I saw your video , No matter where you go in life or what you are doing there is always will be people surround you that you do not like or either they do not like you, we all have issue we always say the wrong thing or we give people wrong idea we all do this and that is life, what do you want to do or where you want to be make your Decision based on that not what people think of you , hope that motivated you , good luck ! X

    • missbudgetbeauty
      15 August, 2012 / 5:05 pm

      yes.. from what I understood it was a positive message.. thank you x

  3. Emma
    14 August, 2012 / 10:11 pm

    If you are skipping conditioner all together you could try preconditioning your hair before your shampoo. I am using Organic Root Hair Fertilizer. I found it too greasy to apply it the way they suggested but I rub it into my hair a minimum of an hour before I wash it, preferably the night before I am going to wash it and let it sit overnight. I wake up shampoo and condition my hair and it feels so soft afterwards. I rub the tiniest amount of Macadamia on my ends before letting it dry naturally and my hair is in the best condition it has been for a long time.

    • missbudgetbeauty
      15 August, 2012 / 4:49 pm

      was doing that and in truth.. got bored lol.. but every other time i still condition before shampooing.. atm i’m wahsing every single day which is a huge time sapper x

      • Emma
        15 August, 2012 / 5:36 pm

        Not only is it a huge time sapper it is also not good for your hair. The longer you can leave between washes the better!

        • missbudgetbeauty
          16 August, 2012 / 9:26 am

          I know.. I used to go 3 or 4 days.. I’ve invested in some dry shampoo so that should help. I remember explaining dry shampoo to my dad and saying washing every day wasn’t good for you.. he said that was something I said so I didn’t have to wash my hair as often lol

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