Redken


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3.9

260 products

7,908 reviews

70% would repurchase

Recent Redken Reviews

Shampoo -Redken -Blonde Idol Sulfate-Free Shampoo

on 6/10/2018 10:59:00 PM

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I freaking love this shampoo. I’m a colour treated blonde (natural dark blonde/mousy brown) with fine straight hair. I’ve been using drugstore shampoo for a really long time because it was so habitual for me. I’ve never even considered high end shampoos because I thought the prices were unjustified. My problem was, I would wash my hair, blow dry it or let it dry naturally, and it’s amazing and soft. Then I would go to bed, and the next morning my hair felt dry, snappy and frizzy. My hairdresser suggested this to me, and alas I found it on sale. And let me tell you, it fixed ALL my problems.
First thought: FINALLY A SHAMPOO FOR BLONDES THAT ISNT PURPLE!
Second thought: Rich, beautiful lather.
Third thought: Sulfate free- extra points.

I use this once or twice a week, and use a clarifying shampoo once a week (I train 5 times a week and am a sweat ball). I also use Redken anti snap treatment with every wash. I feel like my hair is literally saying thank you. It’s so much softer, shinier, manageable, and hydrated. No longer shall I neglect my strands. This shampoo is a big yes from me!

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Hair Color -Redken -Blonde Idol Blue Oil Lightening System

on 6/9/2018 11:31:00 AM

I used Clairol 7th Stage for years, and when they discontinued it, I about lost my mind. I've tried all of the "drabbing" bleaches out there, and this is by far, the closest to 7th Stage I've found. I'm not someone who's going to use a toner, even though my hair can go quite brassy, and like 7th Stage, I didn't need one with this product. My hair felt fantastic after highlighting, this is pretty gentle, but very effective. I tried everything at Sally's, L'Oreal Super Blue was not bad, but still left my hair a bit brassy, this is much better and worth the much higher cost. I found it on SleekShop.com.

Even though it has ammonia, the smell is quite pleasant, and not very strong. If you've used bleaches without a drabber, this may not pull fast enough for you, and it's not quite as fast as 7th Stage, but if you loved 7th Stage, this is one to try. If 7th Stage was still available, I would be using it, because this isn't quite there, but better than everything else I've tried. For reference I'm a level 6 - one other note, the powder is blue, not the oil, which is what made 7th Stage so great.

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Shampoo -Redken -Extreme Shampoo (new formula)

on 6/2/2018 9:03:00 AM

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Looooove this whole line. I have shampoo, conditioner, conditoning masque, Cat spray and Anti-snap. I just did a DIY bleach job....multiple processes over last few weeks to get the colour I wanted. While I didn’t completely damage it, it sure was on the edge. This has made my hair soft & shiny and it feels stronger. The shampoo is so silky it almost feels conditioned right after rinsing. Doesn’t seem to weigh hair down. HG status for me and smell is light and lovely.


Hair Treatments -Redken -Extreme Mega Mask

on 5/30/2018 3:15:00 PM

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Redken's Extreme Mega Mask is a combo protein/moisture treatment mask. This is something you'd use if your hair is damaged or distressed from chemicals or styling. If your hair is already in great conditon, then you probably wouldn't want to bother with a product like this. I found that the Extreme Mega Mask does a decent job of repairing damaged hair, but it's not a miracle product IMO. And for the price tag, it needs to be one!

Also, I find that this leaves my hair a bit weighed-down and coated-feeling. I prefer Joico's Revitaluxe for my protein/moisture combo treatment. It gives me excellent results without weighing my hair down

The packaging for all of the Mega Masks (I believe there are 3 different kinds) is annoying and difficult to use. They're in a dual-chambered tube with one product in the inner container and another product in the outer container. There's the creamy mask part that treats the hair and the clear glossy part that's supposed to seal in the treatment. You squeeze the tube, and both products are supposed to dispense at the same time (in the correct proportion to each other) and work their magic on your hair. Except you pretty much always end up with too much of one or the other. It's gimmicky and it makes using the mask harder than it needs to be. I loathe the packaging this product has! I decided to just squeeze out all the contents into an old sour cream tube and be done with it.

At any rate, I prefer Joico Revitaluxe and I won't buy this again.


Shampoo -Redken -Redken - Scalp Relief Dandruff Control Shampoo

on 5/28/2018 4:37:00 PM

doesn't lather the best but we all know, lather doesn't equal clean. it has a super fresh scent that is very invigorating. it's white in color, semi-thin in consistency. I wash with this daily, leaving the minimal lather it gives in for the duration of my shower, until the end, when I'm ready to rinse my body wash off. my hair feels a little dried out but nothing super crazy. usually with dandruff shampoos from the drugstore I'm used to them leaving my hair waxy and weighed down, so this is actually not too bad. I have bleached hair that doesn't get yellow or brassy with this either. my scalp is pretty itchy but the nape of my neck makes me want to scratch it to death. this relieves it immediatly and I have little to no desire to scratch anything. I don't have any dandruff or flaking, so I can't comment on that aspect. for the price this is very worth it for the results!

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