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Stars (of the celestial variety, though the same could be said for Hollywood) lose their allure when their brilliance fades. Which is exactly the case with color-treated hair: Fading means dull, damaged, lifeless locks. This sulfate-free shampoo maintains your hair's brilliance, preserving color depth for up to 40 days. Shine on.
This was ok. It smells really nice. However, I'm happy with what I'm using right now.4
It makes my hair look awesome. Very shiny and soft.4
I used the samples of this product and my hair did pretty well. Though, I did not see a drastic difference from the Redkin products I normally use. I think that they should have also included the conditioner sample since I am more likely to buy them together instead of just the shampoo. I don't think I got a great picture of what the brand can do or why it is worth the money.4
I really like this shampoo, but I wouldn't say that it's any more spectacular than any other color saving shampoo. Maybe if I'd used the whole line of products, there would be a more noticeable difference to my color, but as is, it's just a nice shampoo that made my hair smell nice.4
I didn't see much difference in this shampoo than my drug store brand of color shampoo. Maybe if I used it more than twice I would see a difference!4
I love the way this shampoo smells but do not love the price.4
It's okay. my hair was smooth and fresh after. a light smell, not overpowering. i would use it again but not purchase it.4
This product left my hair clean and soft with a nice scent4
I like the lather this shampoo had, but the scent and aftermath wasnt anything special. I have naturally wavy hair and this shampoo did make my hair soft, but in general this shampoo is nothing out of the ordinary for me.4
A great scent and lovely texture...rich, rich lather...my hair styled beautifully and smelled great--my only quibble would be the price point; simply not reasonable.4