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27-01-2004
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Anyone else who use Redken schampoo and ? I started using it recently after a suggestion from a top stylist and I feel in love with it. It is very expensive but totally worth it. I mean, most cheap shampoos are just water.

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27-01-2004
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I use Redken "so long" products, and so far, am not impressed. I do, however, like the heat-activated spray.

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27-01-2004
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I have badly damaged hair due to who knows how many times of bleaching, coloring, chemical straightening, and perming.
I use REDKEN All Soft shampoo, conditioner, and treatment, and now my hair is totally "WOW"!
amazing products! nothing ever gives me such results.

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27-01-2004
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I use Redken's All Soft line, too. It smells really luxurious but I can't say I notice a huge difference in my hair. At least not enough to justify doling out the extra for it. I like the green Wella conditioner (I forget what it's called). It's the only one that seems to make my hair less brittle.

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27-01-2004
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not a fan of the shampoos and conditioners, but I really like the styling products. I have used and liked :

Anti Snap
Glass
Guts
Undone
Traction
Thickening Lotion

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27-01-2004
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I don't like the shampoos and conditioners They smell good in the bottle.. but when my hair is washed it smells bad and by the way it does NOT make my hair better.. i'd recommend biotherm

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27-01-2004
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actually i didn't know that biotherm had hairproducts!!!

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27-01-2004
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yeah they doo!! and they're great!!

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27-01-2004
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I just switched shampoos a few days ago. I am now using L'Occitane (www.loccitane.com) artemisia shampoo and I notice a difference already. Their haircare line is awesome.My hair is ususally on the dry side, and it now looks and feels so silky.
Redken All Soft is good stuff too.
If you are looking for a decent drugstore shampoo, I will suggest Garnier FRUCTIS. Their scent is awesome, my boyfriend used to comment all the time how good my hair smelled. However, Garnier Fructis does weigh your hair down, which is why I switched shampoos.

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29-01-2004
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Quote:
Originally posted by italianice283@Jan 27th, 2004 - 11:21 pm
I just switched shampoos a few days ago. I am now using L'Occitane (www.loccitane.com) artemisia shampoo and I notice a difference already. Their haircare line is awesome.My hair is ususally on the dry side, and it now looks and feels so silky.
Redken All Soft is good stuff too.
If you are looking for a decent drugstore shampoo, I will suggest Garnier FRUCTIS. Their scent is awesome, my boyfriend used to comment all the time how good my hair smelled. However, Garnier Fructis does weigh your hair down, which is why I switched shampoos.
yeah, Garnier FRUCTIS!
the scent is wonderful, and it's actually pretty nourishing, but still not enough for my damaged hair, that's why I still prefer Redken All Soft.
haha and I wish Garnier could change the green bottles

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29-01-2004
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If you have colored hair, I suggest not using Garnier Fructis (even the one for colored or highlighted hair). I used it for a while but it really washes off the color.

I have just ordered a couple of Redken products so I'll let you know how they work.

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29-01-2004
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Because I added a lot of blonde to my hair, I use Redken Color Extend. Its a bit pricey but its definetely worth it. I dont see any of my colour fading and my hair gets so soft and silky.

It feels amazing to be able to run your hands thru curly hair!

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06-02-2004
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I am really not impressed with REDKEN products....
the only one I do like is Anti Snap

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19-02-2004
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i am personally obsessed with redken's anti snap leave in conditioner. it smells awesome, and it works with just a dime size amount.
any of the redken conditioner's are really good, same dime size amount and it works better and lasts longer than regular conditioner.

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I'm thinking of buying the thickening lotion and glass, are they any good?

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