New Beauty Purchases: Kerastase, Rimmel, Batiste and Inglot

I haven’t been buying that many beauty products recently ( I feel like I am saying that all the time), but here is what I’ve got in the last several weeks.

New Beauty Purchases Rimmel, Kerastase, Batiste InglotKerastase Specifique Bain Stimuliste GL

I am a huge Kerastase fan, and always love trying new products from them so this time I’ve decided to buy a shampoo which should stimulate the growth of hair. I’ve heard some positive things about it, so can’t wait to see if it is true actually.

Batiste Original Dry Shampoo, mini size

I have a big can of Toni & Guy dry shampoo but wanted something small that I could take in a handbag with me. And you just can’t go wrong with Batiste.

Rimmel Kate Moss Lasting Finish Lipstick in 45 (review and swatches)

Kerastase Cristalliste Shampoo Review

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. ”

Kerastase Cristalliste Perfecting  Shampoo Review makeup4all

And I would actually agree with those statements.  After using this shampoo you are

Want It: Kerastase Chronologiste Range

Being a die-hard Kerastase fan, it is obvious that I want their new-ish Chronologiste range. I previously used their  Densifique shampoo, and am using the Cristalliste for thin hair (review coming later) now.

Kerastase Chronologiste Range promo

The Revitalising shampoo from the range is actually described as “the masterpiece of Kérastase shampoos.”, and I am sure that it is absolutely amazing.

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Hair Care and Styling Products Wish List: Viviscal, Kerastase, Mason Pearson and MOP

I never liked my hair, there are so many things I don’t like about it that I won’t even bother mentioning them all. At least I am happy that it is straight and  I am also happy with my natural hair colour;  I have had all the shades  and styles in the past. But I have stopped dying it when I was about 22-23, and I am happy with my [natural] dark cool-toned brunette look.

As I have already mentioned in several previous posts, I am currently trying to figure out what products I still need to add to my routine. I have also used up several that I have been loving, so am looking for a replacement. Or should I just re-purchase the old favourites?

Here are my picks:

Hair Wish List Viviscal, Kerastase, Mason Pearson and MOPViviscal Maximum Strength Programme for Women – Feel Unique now have 20% off now, so I have already purchased it. And from Amazon.

I am seeing it everywhere now. Apparently it is supposed to be  a miracle-in-a-pill, and a lot of people swear by it. I did try Philip Kingsley “hair vitamins” in the past, by the way. So think about giving these a go. What if the results will be really great? I guess, we will see.

A Good Brush/Brushes

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Morning Shower Routine: Kerastase, Oskia, Costes

I thought I’d start Monday with a quick post about my current morning shower routine. I have bought several new products last week, and absolutely enjoy using them, along with some old time favourites.

Here they are:

Morning Shower Routine Oskia, Kerastase and Costes

Costes Shower Gel, £18 for 200 ml from Cult Beauty

I already had a Costes soap, and this time decided to get a shower gel. And, it’s the same signature addictive scent of a” spicy, woody mix of coriander seeds, white pepper, laurel, oriental woods, incense, musk and a touch of rose”.  Shower gel is a very boring purchase, unless it’s this one.  Not only I’ve got a tube for myself, but also one for a very special friend.

Kérastase Densifique Bain Densité Bodifying Shampoo (review), 250 ml for £14.45 from Feel Unique.

This is still one of my favourite shampoos, it