When I heard about their new ‘Tame Frizz’ range that was launching, I knew I had to try it, and was lucky enough to attend their launch event at their training academy in London.
It’s designed to reduce frizz in hair, something that we’ve all experienced at one time or another, and claims to last up to 3 days. I had some of the products applied at the event and left with silky smooth hair, but the real test came at home - minus the professional blow dry!
I’ve been using mostly the conditioner, serum and styling cream for the past few weeks and can report that my usually fine, flyaway hair has been a lot less unruly. Humidity usually leads to what can only be described as a ginger puffball on my head, but these have really helped keep this away and even after a long day commuting, my style still looks just as good as it did in the morning.
I would definitely recommend this range if you suffer from frizz or just want smoother looking hair. I’ve been advised that the taming cream really is for people with super thick/coarse hair, so if you’re somewhere in the middle, you’re best to go with the lighter version.
The range launched on 1st June and can be found in KMS salons across the UK, as well as online at Cheap Smells. Prices start at £12.70 for the shampoo, to £14.95 for the smoothing lotion.