Hairdressers Journal
Hairdressers Journal



Embracing hair’s natural curls and coils is more than a trend, it’s a movement. Curls and coils are beautiful and deserve to be treated with tender loving care.

And now, caring for curls just got easier, with the launch of A Curl Can Dream from Matrix —a line of expertly created take-home products designed to protect the curl pattern from beginning to end.

Comprising of four moisturising and shaping products for curls and coils, A Curl Can Dream offers curly-haired clients the chance to express and embrace their hair’s natural texture.

Enriched with manuka honey extract, each product contains a formula that provides a balance of moisture and definition, preserving and enhancing every curly and coily pattern.

The A Curl Can Dream line has been two years in the making — when something is this important, it’s worth taking time to get it right. With A Curl Can Dream, hair professionals can finally offer their curly and coily haired clients a comprehensive home haircare regime that will allow them to wear their natural texture with confidence.


A Curl Can Dream Total Results Shampoo

Designed to remove product build-up and sebum, while cleansing. £13 (300ml)

A Curl Can Dream Total Results Rich Mask

This super-rich mask moisturises without weighing hair down, for bouncy curls without a greasy residue. £16 (280ml)

A Curl Can Dream Total Results Moisturising Cream

This gorgeous cream is absorbed into the hair, delivering ultimate hydration to all curl types. £26.50 (500ml)

A Curl Can Dream Total Results Defining Gel

The perfect partner to Moisturising Cream, Defining Gel is designed for hold and definition on textured hair. £17 (200ml)

All products are free from silicones.

To learn more, follow @Matrix on Instagram and visit

This article appears in the April 2022 Issue of Hairdressers Journal

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This article appears in the April 2022 Issue of Hairdressers Journal