I’ve been meaning to try Redken’s Clean Brew Extra Cleansing Shampoo for a while. Being a beer connoisseur and home brewer, I’m interested in trying anything made with the ingredients used to make our brews. Marketed to men, Redken claims that Clean Brew is made for extra dirty hair – you know, the kind that gets construction dust in it, or entrails from a day of smiting evil or something like that. The ingredients that make the shampoo more beer-like, malt and brewer’s yeast, condition and strengthen the hair. They’ve also thrown in orange zest for good measure.
While the above ingredients can make a good beer, they’re also effective when it comes to cleaning your hair. Clean Brew promises to “intensely cleanse to eliminate dirt and oil while helping to purify the scalp.” If you use clay or wax hair products, this shampoo can help remove any buildup they might cause. Since Redken Clean Brew is recommended for normal to oily hair, and I use modeling clay on my hair regularly, I decided to give it a try.
Upon opening the bottle, I noticed a clean, yet citrus-y aroma. It’s pleasant without being overpowering. Some shampoos, especially those targeted toward men, go overboard with “natural” scents, or include artificial fragrances that are just too much. Clean Brew has a smell that will stay with you throughout the day without going too far. It lathers well and feels like any other shampoo, in my opinion. Where I noticed the difference was after rinsing and drying my hair – it felt cleaner and a bit fuller than normal. I’m cursed with fine hair, so finding a product that makes it fuller can be a pain.
I took the most unflattering picture possible in order to show you the fullness right after drying my hair. Fluffy, eh?
It may have been the fact that I was surprised by the fullness of my hair after washing it with this shampoo, but it felt like it was easier to style than normal. Though it’s not my daily shampoo, I liked Redken Clean Brew enough to work it into my regular rotation. And since I know you’re wondering – no, it doesn’t taste like beer at all. Trust me. Get an 8oz bottle of Redken Clean Brew for $13.99 at Amazon.
There is a big difference between big dude sizes. At a big and tall shop, the clothes fit better. Clothing lines at box stores are usually smaller than what they advertise. So what I'm saying is if target does this, they need to partner with a good big and tall company and not a fly by nite one.
I would check it out and probably buy for my husband being tall and chubby fashion is usually the last thing that crosses his mind so yea I'm all for more plus size clothing for men
That would really be great...target is really great for moms/families on a budget. I am fairly fashion savvy and about 90% percent of my AND my daughter's wardrobe comes from target. Now if we could only get dad in the mix!
I reached out to Target PR for a response, but haven't gotten one. I hope it's something they're considering!
It sounds like its a step in the right direction, but not quite what's needed. I'd like to see something similar done for gents - they'd sell SO MUCH of that stuff!
I actually liked SOME of their ava + Viv line...bought a fatkini and love it! Do wish they had men's line for my guy though.
It's a step forward, but honestly the Target line sucks (consensus among most plus people). We definitely need some mens lines though! My hubby is not high fashion, and is low maintenance, but even current fashion forward basics are hard to find!