The Great Gatsby Hair with John Frieda

I have my computer back! That means I can blog freely once again. Woohoo.
Today I want to share some pics of my boys and their beautiful locks. I always get asked what I use in their hair. This is one of my secrets..John Frieda Clearly Defined Styling Gel...the very same hair gel used by John Frieda Hair Designer Kerry Warn used to create signature looks for the cast and hundreds of extras in the Baz Luhrmann film The Great Gatsby.



This is before pickle #3's haircut (they all had their haircut over the weekend).

 I love using the gel to take it from messy and unkempt to very Leo DiCaprio.

This gel keeps the hair in place all day. I've tried so many over the years but most won't keep the style in place all day, or they go flakey etc. The John Frieda Clearly Defined Styling Gel is a winner in my book.

Post haircut...and a happy little pickle.
This is pickle #1's serious look...I think he had better things to do than pose for me (like get on his ipad...) This kid had very, very thick hair and the gel still performs...I like to spike his up...he usually does his own hair, but I took over for the photo...lol

My hair is also very thick and can get super frizzy, so when I used the John Frieda Frizz-Ease Moisture Barrier Firm Hold Hairspray on this wavy style, it held in place all day (and the next) with no boofy frizz head......happy. This hairspray is great for anyone who wants good hold and would be especially great for wet or humid climates. Definitely going with me on my next Gold Coast trip.







Have you been inspired by any movies recently? I'd love it if you'd share your tips in the comments.


Have a great hair day!
Disclosure: This product was provided for editorial consideration. 3pickles has no affiliation with any companies mentioned and has received no remuneration for posting this review. All opinions are those of the author.

2 comments:

  1. Gorgeous boys you have there. Yes, I was very inspired by Gatsby. Inspired by Leo. He was gorgeous!!!

    Anne xx

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    1. Thanks Anne...yes Leo is very, um...inspiring ;) xx Marnie

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