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  • Maintains vibrant colour while detangling and nourishing hair without weighing it down
  • With Caffeine Vitality Complex, builds fullness while conditioning and softening hair
  • Won’t fade colour; safe for highlights and lowlights
  • Use every time you shampoo, whether its once a week or once a day
  • For maximum volume and body, blow dry hair after washing
  • Light, clean fragrance
  • Packaging may vary

**_Description_**

Thick, full hair starts in the shower. John Frieda Luxurious Volume Colour Care Conditioner for Fine Hair prepares colour-treated hair for voluminous style by nourishing and detangling without weighing it down. Formulated with Caffeine Vitality Complex to add fullness and soften hair, it increases the space between each strand, creating fuller volume and body. Because it won’t fade colour, it’s safe for everyday use. For maximum volume, blow dry hair after use.

**_How to Use John Frieda Luxurious Volume Colour Care Conditioner for Fine Hair:_**

Wash first with John Frieda Luxurious Volume Colour Care Shampoo for Fine Hair and rinse completely. Smooth John Frieda Luxurious Volume Colour Care Conditioner for Fine Hair into hair and massage through to distribute evenly from roots to tip. Rinse well and blow dry for maximum volume.

**_About John Frieda_**

Over three decades ago, the John Frieda brand started with the opening of a salon on New Cavendish Street, London. Today, the vision of the brand reflects that salon heritage: delivering products that target specific style problems and transform them. For salon-caliber results you can see and feel.

We learned that to get there, the solution has to be tailored to your hair’s specific needs. So we made it our mission to crack the differences behind exactly what makes blondes brighter, brunettes shine, and frizz an ancient memory. Our products are fueled by an understanding of what makes each individual hair type unique. To help your style meet its perfect match.

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