A Guide To Kerastase | sheerluxe.com

A Guide To Kerastase

Once only to be found in the world’s top salons, Kérastase was one of the haircare industry’s best-kept secrets. Today, the L'Oréal-owned brand is more accessible than ever – raved about by beauty editors and bloggers, modelled by the likes of Kate Moss and available to purchase at the click of a mouse.

But with such a vast range of products and prescriptive ranges, which ones do you go for? Whether you’re looking for extra volume, suffer from oily locks or are on the hunt for a hydration hit, we’ve edited down the must-haves for each and every hair type…

BEST FOR... Coloured Hair

If you dye, highlight or tint your hair, you’ll be more than familiar with colour-fading, dried-out ends and lacklustre strands. That’s where the Reflection range comes in – the bestselling shampoo and conditioner boost vibrancy, while the Elixir Radiance Oil adds shine and protection. Also keep an eye out for the newly-released Touche Cromatique range of colour-correcting inks to refresh and re-tone hair.

 

BEST FOR...  Curly Hair

If you’re still on the hunt for a product range to keep your natural curls looking their best, Kérastase’s Discipline range has you covered – specially designed to fight frizz for up to 72 hours, the wheat protein-packed formulas strengthen hair for healthier curls and shine. Looking to maximise your curls? Try Mousse Curl Ideal, which reduces the appearance of frizz with or without heat activation.

 

BEST FOR... Dry Hair

The Nutritive range is a dream for dry hair, giving it some much-needed TLC to banish dull, brittle, easily tangled tresses. Suffering the effects of too much blow drying? Try the iconic Masquintense, a thick formula which nourishes from root to tip. Incorporate the Bain Satin shampoo into your repertoire too, for softer hair after just one wash.

 

BEST FOR... Fine Hair

Give fine hair some oomph with Bain Volumifique Shampoo and Volume Beautifying Oil Mist – designed to rebalance the hair fibre, leave roots pure and weightless (hello, extra volume) and polish ends to boot. Round off with Densifique Masque Densité, a conditioning mask that makes fine or thinning hair look denser and thicker in minutes.

 

BEST FOR... Oily Hair

Can’t go longer than a day between washes? Try the Bain Clarifiant shampoo for over-active scalps and greasy hair. Similarly, the Bain Divalent is ideal for those with oily roots and dry ends – infused with salicylic acid, it gently works to reduce sebum production and purify the scalp, without compromising the condition of your hair. Team with Revitalising Exfoliating Care – an exfoliator for the scalp designed to be used before shampoo – for optimal results.

 

BEST FOR... Weak Hair

Did you expose your hair to too much chlorine on holiday? Or are you a bottle blonde with major bleach damage? If you’re suffering from split ends, each and every item below should be part of your haircare line-up. Bain Force Architecte will soon be your go-to – a reinforcing shampoo that adds strength to strands – while the Sérum Thérapiste helps to heal and seal split ends for a polished look.

 

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