I am obsessed with Kerastase. OBSESSED! I’m using so many Kerastase products these days my bathroom seems to be slowly morphing into a salon! From the Couture Styling Collection is Kerastase Baume Double Je. This styling balm adds texture to limp, lifeless hair (like mine) not to mention incredible control.
After relocating from a very humid climate to the very dry desert, I noticed something alarming! My hair started to look thin about one month at my new residence! When I heard Kerastase launched this new Densifique line, I naturally jumped at the chance to review it. The line contains three products for use at home, as well as an in-salon treatment you can use as a supplement. I’ve used this product for several months now, and it’s worked wonders on my hair.
Click through the jump to read my full Kerastase Densifique Review!
Retail prices are: Densifique Bain Densite $39, Densifique Masque Densite $62.50, and Densifique Densimorphose Mouse $42.
Click HERE to buy yours at Kerastase-USA or you can hit a salon retailer near you.
If only I had the tricks and tools available to us now back in the late 80s! My hair was hopelessly frizzy, and the humid summer months were the pits! Ojon Damage Reverse Instant Restorative Hair Serum would have been perfect for me then [Read more…]
Firstly, I’m going to answer the question I know you are all asking. Is the product actually three colors? The answer is YES! Ojon Rare Blend Oil Total Hair Therapy combines oils gathered the world over to create this incredibly rich hair treatment. [Read more…]
I’m a former road-warrior, and as such I’ve learned a thing or two about how to travel light. Two things I’m always willing to pack, regardless of the additional bulk, are my own shampoo and conditioner. I have some terrible allergic reactions to the harsh hair products that hotels provide, also find that their brands generally don’t deliver the TLC that my dry hair needs. [Read more…]
New on the haircare scene is Ojon’s Rare Blend Deep Conditioner. The Ojon team contacted me shortly after my recent victorious reunion with their Dry Recovery product, so I was naturally thrilled to have the opportunity to take this deep conditioner for a spin. [Read more…]
Paul Mitchell has the beauty world focused on curls this fall! The John Paul Mitchell Systems Truth About Curls campaign is getting a lot of attention, and their new products have women who have worn their hair straight for years (including me) considering a new look!
I’ve been using Full Circle Leave-In Treatment for a few weeks now, and really love this product. One of the things I am enjoy most is the instant gratification it delivers. The very first time I sampled this leave-in conditioner, I ran my fingers through my styled hair and it felt like SILK. I’m seriously not exaggerating. That soft feeling was all I needed, and Full Circle became a part of my morning hair care ritual! It’s a snap to use. Simply shampoo, and towel dry the hair. While hair is damp, apply a small amount of Full Circle Leave-In Treatment (I focus the product on my dry ends). Then style as usual!
Whether your hair be curly or wavy, Paul Mitchell’s “Curls” product has some great cleansing and styling solutions for you: Spring Loaded Detangling Shampoo, Full Circle Leave-in Treatment, Ultimate Wave, and Twirl Around.
Click this link to head over to the JPMS Facebook Page and “Like” it! You’ll get to read all about the products, and don’t forget to submit your own #CurlConfession!
This post is brought to you by John Paul Mitchell Systems. A sample was also provided for this review of Full Circle Leave-In Treatment. Please click HERE to read my full disclosure.
I’ve been coloring my hair now for 20 years, pausing only when I was pregnant. No beauty routine was worth any amount of risk to my beautiful babies!
I consider myself well-versed in the world of hair color, and have been loyal to my current colorist for over 10 years. She has earned my business delivering a multitude of different looks to match my every whim, as well as correcting the hideous color mistakes of the less skilled. Still, for her to deposit color on my strands she basically heats my head to a temperature that could fry an egg. Seems strange, but necessary, right? [Read more…]