How does a Curly Girl know which Curvaceous products are best for her hair?
Curly hair is very diverse and can act very differently to products. Curly Girls will agree that the best way to determine what works for their hair is by trial but for advice from girls like you flip through the Curl Confidential to see what works for girls just like you!
Which products are best to use on second day hair to make curls look fresh?
To keep the natural shape of the curls, use a large diffuser taking hair from the bottom and going up to the roots. For more volume, do the same with the head down. For a more “styled” result, use a curling iron to define the curls on top and air-dry or diffuse the rest of the hair.
What tools work best with Curvaceous products?
All types of styling tools work with Curvaceous products. We recommend using a wide-tooth comb for detangling and a diffuser for drying hair.
What products should I try if I currently use Curl Wise 14 or Soft Spin 05, now that the Redken Styling Curl Collection has been discontinued?
What does low-lathering shampoo mean? Why is it better for curly hair?
A low-lather shampoo produces a low amount of foam and leaves little to no residue behind after washing. These shampoos are better for curly hair as they do not contain high foaming detergents that can be drying. Once rinsed, curls are left cleansed with no heavy residue or tacky feel. Curvaceous Cream Shampoo is a mild, low-lathering cleanser that hydrates and gently cleanses curls.
Can Curvaceous be used on color-treated hair?
Yes, Curvaceous is suitable for color-treated hair. In fact, the Curl Memory Complex is formulated with UV filters to protect color from fading.
Does Curvaceous contain protein?
Like all Redken products, Curvaceous was formulated on Redken’s strong technological heritage of protein science and contains the Interlock Protein Network (IPN), which is comprised of Keralink and soy protein.
What is Moringa Oil?
Moringa Oil is obtained by pressing the seeds of the Moringa Oilefera Tree. The Moringa Tree is native to Africa and India and has been revered for thousands of years as a miracle tree: its nutrient-rich leaves and seeds can be eaten. The oil pressed from its seeds is packed with radiance-boosting fatty acids and vitamins A and C, giving it excellent
moisturizing and nourishing qualities. Moringa Oil is the most stable oil in nature and does not spoil, making it highly valued in the cosmetic and pharmaceutical industry.