I love Kerastase hair ranges: I’ve used several and they all seem to tick the box in giving healthy, glossy hair. The newest range into the Kerastase stable is Crystalliste designed for long hair that needs the roots cleaning properly but without stripping the longer lengths and without weighing hair down.
I’ve tried it; my hair is mid-length so not quite the very long ends that Cristalliste will work best with, but the product that is really wow is the Lumiere Liquide, £16.60, that doesn’t feel like any kind of hair serum I’ve used before. Lumiere Liquide is to combat frizz and add shine without giving that slimy effect that some hair serums can do. It feels almost cold to the touch and slightly watery and really doesn’t add any weight or oily effect. It’s not quite right for my hair which actually needs a bit of weight to keep it under control, but it is a gorgeous product that is a pleasure to use. The shampoo, Bain Cristal, £13.90, is silicone free, so for those whose hair hates silicone (mine loves silicone!) it’s an absolute bonus. Lait Cristal, £16.60, is the conditioner and again, very lightweight with easy rinsing.. an absolute must because there is nothing more irritating than having to shower for hours trying to rinse out hefty conditioners.
It’s in Kerastase salons this month.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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