Redken


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3.9

257 products

7,884 reviews

70% would repurchase

Recent Redken Reviews

Shampoo -Redken -Color Extend Magnetics

on 1/26/2018 5:29:00 PM

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This is the first sulphate free shampoo and conditioner I have used. My hair is thick, blonde and i get highlights every 4-5 months. I just repurchased the shampoo and conditioner in the largest size when Ulta had them on sale recently.

This smells so good. I love the scent. It's a decent shampoo. It doesn't dry my hair out and gives it plenty of body but the one thing I don't like about it is that after I use it several times I start feeling like it's not really cleaning my hair well or like it is building up. So i also a non sulphate free shampoo after I've used this about 10 times, just to help eliminate any build up. It doesn't take much to suds my whole head, but since it's sulphate free I always feel the need to shampoo twice. I also use the conditioner and it's ok. Don't expect a heavy conditioning treatment from it, if your hair is really dry, use another product that is a deep conditioner that you leave on for 30 minutes or so. Neither the shampoo or the conditioner weigh my hair down or make it oily.

Years ago, I was a huge fan of Redken products, then they dropped all of the ones I liked and came out with tons of new ones and I never liked any of them. This is the first one in many years that I have repurchased. I'm really not sure if it makes my highlights fade less. I still like my Kérastase better, even though my hair stylist swears by the Redken Sulphate free MagneticS, so after I finish the 2 large sizes I will decide whether to stick with it or dump it, but for now, I'm liking it and it does smell really nice.

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Shampoo -Redken -high rise volume lifting shampoo

This product was good for the first couple of uses, then all of a sudden it made my hair feel lifeless, oily and a straight up mess. I bought this shampoo to help me with my flat hair. Never going to buy this again.

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Shampoo -Redken -All Soft Shampoo

on 1/20/2018 8:29:00 AM

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This is the first ever Redken shampoo that doesn't mess with my scalp. No dryness, no flakiness, no eczema - perfect for daily (I wash my hair every other day) use.
I like the scent, I love how it lathers. I don't notice my hair to be softer, I don't really need that, but it seems to be moisturizing without making my roots greasy, yet it's impossible to brush through the hair without a conditioner.
After a miserable failure of Sulfate Free Shampoos on my hair I've very happy to discover that easily available Redken All Soft gives me everything I need the most days. I only struggle when I need to do some out of the shower hair treatment that requires washing the hair and brushing it wet without using any other product.


Shampoo -Redken -Extreme Shampoo (new formula)

on 1/18/2018 10:18:00 AM

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Ok, before I head out there with 'this is the most wonderful' etc etc, this is my first use of the shampoo, conditioner and extreme length sealer. A little background. I'm 53, on Hormone Therapy (I feel this has a big impact on hair/skin). My hair is very fine, very straight, mid length and coloured regularly with high and lo lites at the salon. It is lifeless and I'm always trying to find the product that will make my hair look at least half decent. A bit of oomph wouldn't go amiss either. My bathroom cupboard is full of 'let's try this product!' fails. Hmmmm. An expensive pastime that baffels my 'one bottle in the shower' hubby (oh to be a man sometimes!). In the search for a bit of root lift, I was talked into buying a heated styling brush and after looking at youtube videos I was convinced that this was the way forward. Like a complete numpty, I bought a fairly expensive brush, got it home and excitedly plugged it in. 'Oh, it only has one heat setting, I guess that's ok' I thought, as I happily oomphed my limp hair. For a week I happily went about my oomphing until day 6, when I noticed my once sleekish hair looked like dried noodles. Yep, totally my fault as I didn't use a heat protector. Duh. NOW WHAT? So, after MONTHS of trying this shampoo, that conditioner, hair oils, leave in conditioners, sprays with biotin, products that cost an absolute fortune and always ending in disappointed sighs, I popped along to Chatters to talk to them. Intitially they helped me choose a Matrix Biolage product but that didn't work out at all so I swapped it (they let you do that even if you've used a little!) for another Biolage product, better ingredients, for frizzy hair. I think it was called So Smooth. That really dried my hair out. So with a heavy heart I went back and explained to a really lovely SA (they're all lovely in my local Chatters) what my hair problems are. Long story short, she went straight to this combination of shampoo. conditioner and extreme length sealer. I went home, quite excited. Then looked on MUA (I love this site) and to my horror there were really mixed reviews. Most people explained the obvious that protein shampoos can cause protein build up and can leave hair looking dry and brittle. Some even had this problem from the very first time. I (almost) took it straight back to the store but then thought I'd try it as everybody's hair is different, isn't it?! Worse case scenario is I take it back if my hair doesn't like it. Well, I just finished drying my hair and all I can say is YIPPEE DO DAH!! My hair looks and feels amazing!! Soft, glossy, less broken. Whaaaaat!! Here's the thing though. From looking at other reviews (not just on MUA) I realised that it's probably best to use this new regime max twice a week and use another, more moisturing product the other days. So that's what I'm going to do. I will use an argan/cococnut oil based line for the other days and report back in a few weeks. For now though, I wish I wasn't home from work today. I almost want to go out and flick my hair like a shampoo commercial. Ha!! Watch this space.....

Update.... I'm still using this every two days. Loving how it's made my hair feel soft and silky. I wouldn't say it's 'repaired' my hair, I think that's an impossibility but I doesn't look as dry or broken. I'm trying to hold off from visiting the hair salon for colour retouch, even though my grey roots are about an inch thick (oh the horror) so maybe that has helped. I will continue to use this product and vow to NEVER use a heated blow-dry brush again.

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Styling Products -Redken -Quick Tease 15 Backcombing Finishing Spray

on 1/17/2018 7:12:00 PM

My hairdresser used this on me with great success. So, I decided to buy a can for home use. It's very hard to use if you're not a hair care expert. I sprayed it on my roots, and too much came out, and my hair looked stiff. The name for this product is absolutely spot on. The hair absolutely looks and feels backcombed within an inch of its life. Combing this stuff out was nearly impossible, and it has to be damaging to your hair. I recommend leaving this product to the pros.

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