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20-01-2010
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Thanks michy!

I have been using ciment thermique and it makes my hair so lush. The first couple of times I blow-dried and the other times I air dried, but sat in front of a heater (I know, bad idea, but I was cold). My hair was recently bleached about 2 weeks ago and dyed with semi-perm dye right after. Also my hair's been bleached regularly for... 8 years now. This was really a lifesaver..makes my hair silky smooth and full of life. I didn't even need a trim this time, but I will prob get one anyway.

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21-01-2010
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I've been using masquintense and bain de force for one week and my hair looks amazing now! so soft and shiny... but my ends are still dry and damaged , what product do you guys recomend me?

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^I recommend a hair cut! There's limitations to what hair products can do for split/broken ends. A hair cut will fix everything!

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I agree - you should always get the ends trimmed to keep hair looking healthy.

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Do they have products for oily hair?

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I'm using the Age Recharge masque? I think that's the name...
I just figure the ends of my hair need treating as I'm trying to grow it and reduce split ends which equal inches being cut off.
I've straightened/blow dried/dyed it that much, I guess that on top of the actual age of half my hair would make this the best treatment for it.
Does anyone recommend anything else from the Kerastase range for this kind of hair? I feel like maybe as I'm using a cheap-ish john freida shampoo I'm not getting the full effect, but being a student in London it's a rare luxury to indulge in the conditioner alone...
Sorry for such a long post it just seems there are a lot of people on here who really know their Kerastase

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I recently bought the ciment thermique ....

OH... MY .... GOD! this product is AMAZING!

I have very thick, wavy, damaged hair and even no products haven't gotten it close to amazing as kerastase does... it makes your hair super soft (more than all soft by redken), really bouncy, and looks so much healthier and shiny!! and to think its also strengthening my hair at the same time, and the fact that it lasts, and the heat protectant continues working through 5 shampoos! umm... THERE IS A GOD!!

I am in LOVE. I can't wait to try Nectar thermique next, I have heard big raves on that on mua for thicker hair types..

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16-02-2010
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Time to bring back this thread. What are some other must-try products from Kerastase?
Kerastase Nectar Thermique (i think that this product is better than Ciment Thermique) and Kerastase Oleo-Relax Masque.

oh me: yes! for example schampoos: Kerastase Bain Clarifiant (if you have an oily scalp and oily hair) and Kerastase Bain Divalent (oily scalp, dry hair (this is quite common)).

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18-02-2010
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Just ordered this stuff from lookfantastic!


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Loving bain chroma riche and chroma riche masque atm..has anybody tried the lumiere nutri sculpt??

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I am almost out of Ciment Thermique so I'm thinking of investing in some of the Oleo-Relax Slim products. My hair is very thick, messy and dry... I've also dyed it quite a few times. Has anybody tried any of these products?

BAIN OLÉO-RELAX


MASQUE OLÉO-RELAX SLIM


CRÈME OLÉO-RELAX SLIM

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^ The Kerastase Oleo-Relax Masque is my favourite! But what is the Oleo-Relax SLIM Masque?

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I use the Bain Oleo Relax Shampoo & Conditioner and Serum. It is great, but my hair still frizzes sometimes if its really humid out.

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Thanks for the feedback! I will definitely give all 3 a go.

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^ The Kerastase Oleo-Relax Masque is my favourite! But what is the Oleo-Relax SLIM Masque?
It's a line designed for "rebellious, frizzy and thick" hair!

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