Hair Product Find - Redken Nature's Rescue Radiant Sea Spray, Inc.A hair spray that makes you feel as fresh as if you've misted perfume during the day? Well the geniuses at Redken have managed to create it with their new Redken Nature's Rescue Radiant Sea Spray, part of the new Redken Nature's Rescue line. It's a four-piece paraben-, sulfate-, and silicone-free range.

According to Redken, the Sea Spray contains a formula which will release an amazing, fresh "oceanic" scent whenever the hair is touched. It also works as a texturizer for naturally straight and wavy hair to create those beachy, "tousled" hair looks.

The scent is indeed fresh, light with ocean notes and a touch of white floral. It should be noted that the bottle does not have a "mist" nozzle, but instead it's a "stream" nozzle, so when it is sprayed, it's a very concentrated blast of product. I got the best results by aiming the nozzle into a hair brush and then brushing through the hair.
When it is first applied I certainly smelled the fragrance, and while it lingers softly during the day, when I brushed out my hair during the day, or in fact, ran my fingers though it I did get an additional "burst" of fragrance which ran past my nose. Very nice indeed!

This is also fantastic after a late night to help eliminate the dreaded "smoky hair" scent if you don't have time to wash your hair.
Note: If you have drier, curly or relaxed hair, you will get the best results by using just a few small sprays on a brush and then going through hair, since there is a significant amount of potentially drying alcohol in it.

If you have naturally straight or wavy hair, then you can use more, and apply directly on the hair. You'll be also able to use it to create a more "piecey" textured look, especially if you have longer layers, and it helps control flyaways

All in all, this is a great innovative product from Redken that you should add to your hair styling product collection. - RLB

Redken Nature's Rescue Radiant Sea Spray

*This product was provided courtesy of Redken PR for reviewing purposes., Inc.

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