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  • I color my hair regularly, and although I thought the color was lasting just fine, I was assured that with the Redken, it would last longer, and my hair would be in better condition because it was a superior product and brand
  • Since I can see no real effects from the Redken, I can only recommend it for people who really like to use upscaled products that cost more even though they are no better than the stuff you get at Walmart for a third of the price of Redken


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      I was given this Redken brand shampoo along with its mated conditioner as a gift. A friend of mine loved it and raved about it, and wanted me to try it for a long time– but I was putt off by the price tag, which was outrageously expensive. I color my hair regularly, and although I thought the color was lasting just fine, I was assured that with the Redken, it would last longer, and my hair would be in better condition because it was a superior product and brand.

      My initial impression was positive, because I liked the styling of the bottles, and the shampoo had a nice smell. The first time I used


      it, I felt it to be a bit “heavier” than my usual shampoo and conditioner.

      Maybe it should weigh more if it costs more, I thought. Upon drying my hair, it felt pretty much the same as my usual brands.

      Good, but not different enough to pay three times as much for. I reported to my friend the next day that I liked the products, not wanting to be rude and ask “So what’s the big deal?” I was told I would be “amazed” at how much better my color held up after I had used the shampoo and conditioner for about a month.

      I suppose this is what her hairstylist told her. At the ...


      • end of a month, although I have to admit I did not use the Redken every single times I washed my hair, I took a good look at the color on my hair.

        My roots were growing out– obviously it could do nothing to stop that. I could not tell any difference whatsoever in the “vibrance” of the color than when I used my less expensive (and less heavy) products.

        I made a careful note of how it looked and had other family members to take a good look too, because I wanted to know if anyone thought the color of my hair looked significantly more vibrant after I applied new color to it. Everyone came

        to the same conclusion that I did after I applied the new color.

        Other than the roots now matching the rest of the hair, it looked absolutely the same. It seems that the brand of haircolor I use must do a pretty good job of keeping itself “vibrant” and obviously does not need any help from overpriced salon products.

        Since I can see no real effects from the Redken, I can only recommend it for people who really like to use upscaled products that cost more even though they are no better than the stuff you get at Walmart for a third of the price of Redken. It’s certainly not a bad product, but it is just not that special.




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