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Join Date: Sep 2005
Location: Canada
Gender: femme
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I use Redken allsoft it smells awesome, and it's completely turned my hair around.

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Join Date: Apr 2006
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i use tiny tiny bit of redken water wax. my hair naturally straight so i jes put some in on palm and run it through my hair real quick. keeps it somewhat together and bit of spunk

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Join Date: Oct 2004
Location: wrapped in plastic
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i like certain products of theirs and i've been really disappointed by others...dems da breaks.

the only thing of theirs i use right now is their uv rescue oil, when i lifeguard.

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Join Date: May 2006
Location: Sydney
Gender: homme
Posts: 666
Redken accounts for 80 percent of my hair range, my hairstyle is currently longer fringe than the front top, shorter middle top usually scrunched, layered back and sides usually with lots of definition for the side and more scrunge for the back.

Currently use/have:
Smooth Down Conditioner - good for heavily processed hair like mine
Solve clarifying shampoo - guys who use product daily, once a week thing
Outshine anti frizz polishing milk - for my fringe and front portion of my hair.
Rewind styling paste - used to use this when my hair was shorter, doesnt work well with longer hair.
Water Wax - hate this product, absolutely no use whatsoever except shine, low hold as well.
Rough Paste sculpter - one of the heavily pushed redken products, I use it as my base, my cant live without.
Sharp Edge graphic wax - I use this sparingly when i need more definition and seperation.
Airtight holding spray - I use this to finish my style.
Smart WaxHot/cold texturiser(discontinued) - adds a matte finish to my hair if you cold blow it, 3 jars left, sighz, one of my favourite products.
Concrete - Only when I need stiff and tough holds, dont really like it, kinda icky.
Colour extend inner fuel - just something extra for my coloured processed hair occassional use when im at home.
Cat treatment - once a week treatment
Straight Line - hate this product, makes hair really icky, hard to work with, too much effort, too little gain.
Smooth Down heat glide - serum before I blowdry, smoothes my hair down alot.
Full frame volumising mousse - Almost never used, only when I need volume, which is almost never.

well you guys must be thinking im a walking hair salon, for daily normal uni fixes I condition with Smooth Down conditioner, add Smooth Down heat glide, blow dry my hair, add rough paste to sculpt, texturise the sides and tips with
Smart Wax texturiser, smooth in a little Outshine for the front end of my style and finish with a spritz of Airtight.

I usually get bored and my style changes alot, of which I add and minus products. Ive heard all good things about Redken Glass and Redken for men Manouever.

I dont think Redken products are easy to use, I used to get crap results until I learnt how to use each product effectively, different techniques involved i.e application of Rewind as compared to Rough Paste. Also the shampoos I believe are rather high in protein or something similar, and thus lesser than normal amount should be used each time, too much and the hair will feel very squeaky and stripped.

Any of you guys who have used the discontinued number 10 Smart Wax hot/cold texturiser know of a similar product out there that I can substitute when my last 3 jars run out?

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