The Redken Curvaceous range has had a refresh, with new packaging and a reformulation. The range is designed to give all types of curly hair, from waves to curls and spirals, the right product for every step from washing to styling. I put it to the test to see what I think.
My Hair Type
What it is Meant to Do
The Curvaceous system is designed to help with the main issues that curly hair tends to struggle with, like dryness, frizziness and dullness. It uses a 'Curl Memory Complex' containing sugar crystals, Moringa Oil and UV filters.
Basically, the collection is meant to work with your curl type to help give you defined, healthy curls. What more could you want?
What I thought
On first impression, I didn't love the packaging of these. It is really clear which products are meant for which curl types, which is great, but the green is not my favourite. Why is green such a popular curly hair colour?
However, I do really like the scent of the shampoo and conditioner, which is surprisingly sweet. I was expecting a citrus or herbal scent because of the packaging but I love the sweeter fragrance.
Redken Curvaceous High Foam Shampoo
Redken Curvaceous Conditioner
Redken Curvaceous Ringlet Perfecting Lotion
Redken Curvaceous Full Swirl Cream Serum
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