I’m such a Kerastase fan – there is nothing like a wash with Kerastase for silky and supple hair and that’s across all their ranges. My perfect range from Kerastase is Age Recharge – it just works for me. However, I’ve just given Kerastase Discipline a go – I think it’s the secret to happy hair! Discipline is for unruly hair – hair that won’t lie smooth, whether curly or straight and at the risk of sounding like a press release, it’s down to technology called Morpho-Keratin. From there, it’s all a bit woolly in explanation; a concentrate of Morpho-Keratin in consumer products (although there is an accompanying salon treatment which I can’t book in quick enough for). I hope it’s enough to say that Kerastase Discipline works if what you want is fluid, shiny and glidey hair. Sometimes, the how just doesn’t matter.
Kerastase Discipline, in common with other Kerastase products, isn’t cheap by any means. Shampoo is £17 (there’s also a sulphate free version, also £17), Conditioner is £20, Hair Mask is £27.50, and the Blow Dry Activator is £19.50. If budget is for just one product, then I’d choose the mask every single time.
Kerastase Discipline hasn’t quite launched yet – but will be arriving in salons in the next few weeks.
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