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Reddit reviews on TRESemme Shine Serum, Keratin Smooth, 3.3 Oz (Pack of 2)

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We found 1 Reddit mentions of TRESemme Shine Serum, Keratin Smooth, 3.3 Oz (Pack of 2). Here are the top ones.

TRESemm Keratin Smooth serum for hair helps you to achieve silky smooth hair thats still full of natural movementHair serum formulated with keratin and marula oil, you can enjoy 5 benefits in 1 systemSpecifically formulated to leave with manageable and sleek hairTRESemm Keratin Smooth Shine Serum helps to transform hair and create the glossy look of a professional blow-dry styleMore than just an anti-frizz serum, its non-greasy formula helps you achieve silky hair

Found 1 comment on TRESemme Shine Serum, Keratin Smooth, 3.3 Oz (Pack of 2):

u/LordApocalyptica · 1 pointr/curlyhair


  1. Co-wash in the shower with the Tresemme Expert Botanique conditioner as suggested in the start-up guide. Wash all the conditioner out.

  2. Blow-dry on a cool-cooler setting if tolerable for the weather (its cold outside and a little inside too so like....I can't just wait for my hair to dry forever by air or t-shirt if I wanna get shit done.) If not, blow-dry warm to get the majority of the concerning wetness out (I.e. what's directly on my scalp and a bit down the road, what'll get my shirt wet etc.) then blow-dry cool until mostly just damp.

  3. Use Tresemme Keratin Smooth shine serum to tame flyaways, frizz etc., and just add weight to get rid of any poof (though if you did the blow drying nicely it should actually be surprisingly minimal compared to the stereotype.) anywhere between 3-6 squirts, staying on the lower side at the start to minimize potential for a greasy look. When applying, rub squirts between palms and then kinda gently ruffle through hair.

  4. Comb out with a wide-toothed comb between or after steps as needed.

    I suppose I'm more of a wavy, or at least wavy is what I'm comfortable wearing.

    My CG goals seem to be fairly different from a lot of other people's: I actually kinda like my curls to be a little more open, and started CG because I was trying to figure out if I could force the "lion's mane" look that I really enjoy but can never seem to intentionally make happen. By "lion's mane" I definitely don't mean what an actual lion's mane looks like: that's far too poofy. Instead I'm referring to a bridge where my curls are defined but aren't too poofy or condensed, and I have most frizz and flyaways under control. I guess I might start calling it the "tamed lion" instead.

    The shine serum isn't actually CG approved because of silicones -- I bought it before CG and am mostly just using it because its what I have right now. It doesn't seem to be too much of an issue in and of itself actually -- I've noticed a little less tightness and a little more frizz and flyaways than I'd like over the past two days or so, but up until then I didn't notice much of anything. I do intend to switch to something CG approved later (like maybe just jojoba oil or something), but up until a couple things fall into place I'm trying to be frugal and I also just hate wasting stuff that I've bought. I also think that some of the flyaway problems might be just because I'm a bit of an impatient person when it comes to hygeine that is "beyond necessary": I'll just run the comb through fast and hit a snag and then rip through it then realize "dammit I should be gentler that's only messing things up." That...actually happened like three to two days ago so it seems to be correlated with the decreasing tameness.

    It still hasn't reached the ideal look that I want, but I've gotten a lot of compliments, and its pretty close to what I'm going for. Even if its not perfect and actually CG approved, its way better than what it used to be, and much more successful than my first attempt as far as meeting my personal hair goals goes. Before was way too poofy, after was so tight and curly that I didn't feel comfortable (and also kinda just looked like a greaseball wet dog because I couldn't get it to work without so much gel that my hair looked kinda smushed onto to my scalp and greasy all day.)

    Full disclosure though, I did get a light haircut a couple weeks ago too. That in itself definitely improved things, but up until the recent decreasing tameness these past two weeks or so of this routine have seemed very helpful with my goals. My hair stylist, while I don't visit often, always says that my hair seems to be way healthier than most people's so I guess I've at least been doing something right lol.