In an earlier post about Phyto, I said it was one of two new hair products that I’ve incorporated into my hair routine (such as it is – I’ve made it sound far more exciting and complex than it is, just by calling it a routine!). The other product that I’m absolutely loving at the moment is Kerastase Thermique, available in three variants. I’m alternating between Nutritive Nectar and Discipline Keratine (both £19.50).
You have to think of these additions as primers for your blow-dry – generally, I’m a serum person through and through, but if I’m using a Kerastase Thermique, I don’t really need serum as well. The Kerastase Discipline range made such a difference to my frizz on a day to day basis that Keratine Thermique should be my natural choice, but I’ve leant more towards using Nutritive Nectar.
So, to highlight the differences between the three Thermiques: Discipline Keratine is for anti-frizz, Nutrative is for shine and Resistance is for split-ends and brittle hair. I’ve definitely seen a satisfying shine after using Nutrative, and I think a frizz reduction with Keratine (although our variable weather conditions are challenging for any products). Overall though, what I like best is the claim to reduce breakage by up to 85% and give heat protection. Kerastase Thermiques also claim to speed up your blow dry – which is interesting as I have only just realised this and had been wondering why my blow dries weren’t as torturously long as usual. So, that box is well and truly ticked!
These don’t launch on-line til 1st October, but you’ll be able to find them in Kerastase salons from now.
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