Curvaceous Hair Is Back
Now that everyone is excited about the new Pantone color of the year (emerald green), we think it's important to also suggest a theme for hair. So let's make 2013: "The Year of the Curl." As in every woman that spends hours of her week straightening her curly hair into submission, it's time to put the flat iron down and say, "this year, is my year of springy curls or loose waves." Life would be so much easier, and surely there would be a lot less fried, split ends.
Frizz is one of the main reasons that women with curly are afraid to wear their hair natural. But while the threat of frizz is real, it's not always necessary, especially with the right hair-care products like Redken's new Curvaceous line.
Featuring seven different products that can be customized into 180 different regimens, the line is made specifically for all types of curls—from loose waves to tightly coiled ringlets. It fights frizz, dryness and lack of definition with a "curl memory complex" that uses sugar crystals to attract moisture to reactivate your natural curl pattern. Moringa oil is also infused into the complex to rehydrate your hair, while amino acids and protein give strength and UV filters prevent color fade and replenish shine.
There is a Cream Shampoo ($17), Conditioner ($18), Curl Dive Hair Mask ($19), Wave Ahead Mousse ($18), Ringlet lotion ($18), Full Swirl Serum ($19) and Wind Up Spray ($18) that are all ready and waiting to let this year, be your year—The Year of the Curl. Are you ready?