I am a huge fan of Kerastase products, and have re-purchased their shampoos many times over the years. I think my favourite has to be a relatively recent addition to the line, which is Densifique.
But today I want to tell you about Kérastase Cristalliste Bain Cristal Cheveux Fins Luminous Perfecting Shampoo for Fine Hair.
According to the brand “Roots are left pure and weightless. Ends are smooth and polished. Hair is perfectly clean, luminous and weightless. ”
And I would actually agree with those statements. After using this shampoo you are
I was looking for a new shampoo and L’Oréal Professionnel Mythic Oil range caught my attention. There are actually two shampoos in the range, and I’ve chosen the sparkling one just because it was pretty.
In the official description the brand promises “lightweight nourishment”, and it is exactly what it does. I don’t
I personally think that you just can’t go wrong with Kerastase! Their products are not the cheapest but they work, and they work wonders when you get the range which is targeted at your hair type. Sometimes it is better to have a consultation in the salon.
I have decided to try the brand’s relatively new range Densifique, which contains Hyaluronic and is supposed to give you fuller texturized hair.
I have picked up Kérastase Densifique Bain Densité Bodifying Shampoo which is described as a “new generation of polymers able to instantly provide smoothness, texture & uniformisation of the fiber.”
And it is just so unbelievably good! The best shampoo I have used in a while.
I simply adore Philip B Peppermint and Avocado Volumizing and Clarifying shampoo but since it’s so expensive, I was on a mission to find a cheaper alternative.
Probably the most talked about is Phyto’s PhytoNeutre Clarifying Detox Shampoo (formally known as PhytoNeutre Rebalancing Cream Shampoo). Everyone seemed to love it, so I’ve decided to buy it for myself, and was ready to see amazing results.
This shampoo with eucalyptus essential oil (it is green-ish actually; plus it smells so refreshing!), silicone and paraben free, is formulated to eliminate product build-up without stripping hair of its protective barrier, and should be used weekly.
And what about the results?
At first, I wasn’t very impressed with it for some reason. I was really hoping that it would allow me to wash the hair less often, and, unfortunately, it wasn’t really the case. But I have realized that the brand suggests leaving it for several minutes, which I did not do. After I’ve started doing it, the results were a lot better.
I was also surprised to see how shiny and glossy my hair looked afterwards, which is never the case with the silicon-free shampoos, from my experience. I also loved that
I am finally going to tell you about the shampoo that I’ve picked up back in December. And it is Aussie’s Aossome Volume.
I love the brand’s fun approach to beauty, amazing ads and no-nonsense promises. Plus the price is affordable (£4.69 for 300ml).
So what do they promise in this case? “Say goodbye to limp, fine hair and say hello to big, bouncy locks! Full of all kind of goodness, Aussie’s Aussome Volume is all you need for voluptuous volume.”
Sounds great, but does it work?
In my opinion, it