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Redken Beach Envy Volume Conditioner 250ml

4.4 of 4 reviews

$31.00

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A unique gel-lotion volumizing and texturizing conditioner that detangles and creates amplified, loose, beachy waves with amazing body

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Age:

  • Teens
  • 20s
  • 30s
  • 40s
  • 50+

Hair Concern:

  • Fine or limp hair
  • Oily roots, dry ends

Hair Curl Type:

  • Curly
  • Straight
  • Very curly/African/Caribbean
  • Wavy

Hair Texture:

  • Fine

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Redken Beach Envy Volume Conditioner Reviews

4.4 of 4 reviews

50% recommend this product

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Most Helpful Positive

Want a wavy beachy look, this is the one!

Catarina

I bought the Klorane Flax Fiber for comparison, interesting enough, both conditioner come in as clear form. I enjoy using both, but the Redken one feels more effective when it comes to giving the volume savvy, beachy look that I’m looking for. Similar to the Klorane’s, I don’t necessarily find the conditioner too dry, but happy to mix in a squirt of normal conditioner to give it a little more shine. Would definitely recommend it and love the smell too!

Most Helpful Criticism

Jury is out after using for a week or so.

alex

After being very confused the 1st 2 times I used this due to the weird shampoo like consistency/colour I've googled it and know that it's definitely a conditioner.

I have pretty fine, coloured, wavey hair that tends towards curls on the ends during humid weather.


Not sure if this product is enough for my hair, but as I've got 1litre of it I will continue for a while longer. It doesn't take tangles out very easily at all and leaves my hair a little on the dry side.


I'll come back with an update if I end up deciding it's a great product, but at the moment the jury is out!
  1. It's amazing the difference good quality haircare products can make.

    Di Carter via BeautyCrew.com

    It's amazing the difference good quality haircare products can make. I jumped at the chance to try this Redken Conditioner when I saw it, because I'm always on the look out for volume-creating products for my fine, flat locks. As it stands, I already have quite an array of body builders (not that type!) in my arsenal; from thickening foams, root boost juice and extra volume dry shampoo to volumisi...
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  2. Want a wavy beachy look, this is the one!

    Catarina

    I bought the Klorane Flax Fiber for comparison, interesting enough, both conditioner come in as clear form. I enjoy using both, but the Redken one feels more effective when it comes to giving the volume savvy, beachy look that I’m looking for. Similar to the Klorane’s, I don’t necessarily find the conditioner too dry, but happy to mix in a squirt of normal conditioner to give it a little more sh...
    Read More
  3. Jury is out after using for a week or so.

    alex

    After being very confused the 1st 2 times I used this due to the weird shampoo like consistency/colour I've googled it and know that it's definitely a conditioner.

    I have pretty fine, coloured, wavey hair that tends towards curls on the ends during humid weather.


    Not sure if this product is enough for my hair, but as I've got 1litre of it I will continue for a wh...
    Read More
  4. Great for fine hair!

    Alex

    I bought this and the shampoo. Was a little put off because the condition is clear, just like the shampoo. I thought it was mislabeled at first. Works pretty good though. I have very VERY thin hair, so no matter what I do my hair gets very oily every day. This product has made my hair so much softer, and my hair is less oily by the next day. Its easier for me to add volume as well.
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