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Old 11-13-2009, 12:04 PM
 
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I have used several "color safe" and color protectant products with ok results - wondering what you use and like the best to preserve your color, highlights / lowlights - I'm thinking Redkin next but wanted to feel it out.. I'm a bit of a product junkie
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Old 11-15-2009, 10:33 PM
 
Location: Flower Mound, Texas
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I have to tell you, I am high maintenance when it comes to my hair. If I have a bad hair day I am not very happy, lol. Redkin is just OK. I have tried all the expensive products and have colored my hair for years. I don't ever buy hair care products that are cheap or sold in the grocery store although some stores are supplying more of the high end products now.. which is great. I am very light blonde so I have to buy quality products in order not to have thrashed and damaged hair.

My favorite is the Pureology line. I use the anti-fade complex and the hydrating shampoo and conditioner in the light purple bottles. Now mind you...they are kind of expensive but you don't have to use much more than a dime size for shampoo and a pea-size for the conditioner. The 10 oz bottles usually last for about 3-4 months which amounts to about $10.00 a month for both shampoo and conditioner. Not too bad for an excellent product and the product smells fantastic. My 15-year old son always tells me that my hair smells amazing. Good luck in your search and let me know what you find. There is another hair care system on TV that I might try. It is called Wen and I have seen it advertised many times. I am always interested in trying new things.
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Old 11-19-2009, 06:20 AM
 
Location: Greater Greenville, SC
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I have to tell you, I am high maintenance when it comes to my hair. If I have a bad hair day I am not very happy, lol. Redkin is just OK. I have tried all the expensive products and have colored my hair for years. I don't ever buy hair care products that are cheap or sold in the grocery store although some stores are supplying more of the high end products now.. which is great. I am very light blonde so I have to buy quality products in order not to have thrashed and damaged hair.

My favorite is the Pureology line. I use the anti-fade complex and the hydrating shampoo and conditioner in the light purple bottles. Now mind you...they are kind of expensive but you don't have to use much more than a dime size for shampoo and a pea-size for the conditioner. The 10 oz bottles usually last for about 3-4 months which amounts to about $10.00 a month for both shampoo and conditioner. Not too bad for an excellent product and the product smells fantastic. My 15-year old son always tells me that my hair smells amazing. Good luck in your search and let me know what you find. There is another hair care system on TV that I might try. It is called Wen and I have seen it advertised many times. I am always interested in trying new things.
I am like you when it comes to hair care. I have been using the Pureology line (though not exclusively) for some time now too and, so far, find that it is my favorite. I'm using an anti-fade complex that is also volumizing and works well with fine hair like mine.

I saw the Wen infomercial as well and thought about ordering it but haven't done it yet.
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Old 11-20-2009, 07:45 PM
 
Location: God's Country
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Arctek coloring enhancing shampoo keeps my color longer.
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