Now this makes me happy! The solid version of Elixir K Ultime is like a beauty balm for hair. I’m trying out lots of hair products at the moment and Kerastase Solid Serum has gone straight into my keep drawer because I know I’ll use it again and again.
It’s a blend of 15 oils (it’s frustratingly difficult to find out what oils, though) that tame frizz, fly aways and split ends – there’s something beautifully tactile about warming the balm in your hands and then applying to specific areas. If you’re a hair fiddler, you might as well have balmy fingers while you’re doing it!
The amazing thing about Kerastase Solid Serum is that it’s incredibly light – it might look heavy but the feel is anything but. I’d keep this in my bag for days when you know your morning blow dry isn’t going to last the day in perfect condition to smooth and tame bits that aren’t behaving. I rubbed any excess into my cuticles – I don’t know if it will do them any good, but certainly won’t do them any harm.
Kerastase Solid Serum is £27, but I’ve found it for £22 HERE.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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