Redken Curvaceous Cream Shampoo10.1 oz. | Cleanser
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My future father in law is a Redken stylist and brought me some samples of this entire line to try and report my findings back for him to tell to his curly haired clients. And I must say I really like it. It's not CG friendly, so that's the first thing to note. But I could use this with the leave in and nothing else and my hair looked phenomenal. The slip is great and it smells like heaven. My hair was left super soft, very shiny, and with lots of body, which I LOVE. It would be a 5 if it was CG friendly.
I received a sample of this and I used it a few times. This might be better for people with a drier scalp, but for me, it was too heavy and not cleansing enough. I never felt like my scalp was actually any cleaner than before I cleansed.
I have 3b type curls, with some extremely annoying and somewhat random frizzy section in the back top layer. For years I've been using drug store brand shampoo and conditioner that simply do not give my curls the moisture they need (probably because until this past March I had no idea my curls NEEDED moisture...not until my regular stylist was unavailable and the girl I got instead actually took the time to explain to me what curly hair is like. Imagine that, telling your clients how to properly care for their hair...but I digress). This shampoo is wonderful. It's low lather, so I usually run it through twice to get a really clean feeling, and then follow up with the conditioner which I leave in for about five-ten minutes while I finish my shower. In combination with each other I get great curl definition, including in the back with the random messy parts and my hair feels incredibly soft after using it, especially when I combine the two with the Curl Dive (which I do every second day for 30 minutes). Not only does my hair look and feel better since switching to this, but the smell is wonderful and soothing. I feel like I've come out of the salon every day now. Only problem I have with this is the price, but my salon often has the litre bottles on sale and it tends to last me for a reasonable amount of time. Despite its moisturizing and frizz controlling abilities, I still recommend using a styling product with this.
I bought a whole liter of this at Ulta when they were having a sale on Redken Shampoos. I was intitally really excited about Redken having a sulfate free line for curly hair. For being sulfate free it still gets a tiny bit of lather if I scrub really hard. It keeps my hair pretty moist and the smell is mild. Not my favorite shampoo, but I would recommend it any way
This shampoo is really nice. It's sulfate free and it very moisturizing. I did have to use quite a bit to coat all of my hair and I had to shampoo twice to feel like my hair got clean. It's not a high lather shampoo and feels more like a conditioner with some extra cleaning properties. I'd probably repurchase this again to use as a shampoo when my hair needs a light wash.
I typically do not use any shampoo aside from Deva Curl Low Poo because I'v got super fine, breakable, DRY, tempermental 3b hair with random curl patterns. My stylist asked me to try this curvaceous stuff out and let her know what I think....since I'm a tough customer. I tried it today and really liked it. It's a little perfumey compared to DCLP and, if you've tried oth DC Low Poo & No Poo, I'd say this lather is somewhere in between....very little lather, yet it made my hair feel really clean without feeling stripped or dry....miraculous for me. I followed with the curvaceous conditioner and then Redkin Extreem Anti Snap. I've got soft, defined, clean looking ringlets on a very humid day!...unheard of really. Worth a try curlies!
I stumbled into a local salon looking for Paul Mitchell's new Curly line shampoo and I purchased this instead. It's 10oz. for $16.95 but I've seen it cheaper on Amazon. I also got a free sample of the shampoo and conditioner. I used them for the first time today and loved it. My hair feels clean but not stripped. If I could compare it to something, it's like Mixed Chicks sulfate free shampoo but even more gentle. Usually shampoo causes a lot of frizz but I applied it to my hair while twisted, forcing me to concentrate on my roots. Then I would unravel and work it through to my ends and re-twist. I used two dime sized dollops to get through my whole head. But I have a lot of hair. At this rate, the bottle will last me a month maybe two. I'll update my review if anything changes. At this point I want the whole line.
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