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07-02-2007
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I wanna Try Kerastase, however I was SO confused when I went to buy it... So maybe someone could help me out. I have normal hair, and would want just the basic shampoo and conditioner they have. Also, I was wondering what makes Kerastase so expensive? Is there some kind of special ingredient or something?
I think you should buy Bain Satin 1 and Lait Vital (conditioner). It makes your hair so shiny, smooth and soft, you wont believe it. And very manageable as well. If your hair tends to be a bit dry, then you should try Bain Satin 2.

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07-02-2007
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the smell! mmmmmm yammie!

and it work very very good.. where i go for my hear they always use kerastase

expensive but worth it

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07-02-2007
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It's cheap @ hqhair.com

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08-02-2007
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I love Kerastase,I wear Bain de Force it is very good for my tip of hair,a bit dry and very thin,I've tried lots of their products and they are all very good for my hair,Bain de force shampoo,conditioner and mask are my faves by far!!

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I got the mask yesterday and omg it was heaven! it smelled pretty good and when I started applying it, my hair felt extremely soft. When I woke up my hair was even softer and really full. I love it!

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09-02-2007
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I'm going to buy from: www.hairloss-hair.co.uk
They deliver world wide.

Bain de Force, strengthening hair bath, 1000 ml (big bottle) = GBP 29,80
Fortifying, cleansing shampoo for all weakened hair.
Gently cleanses and puts vitality and body back into your hair.

Ciment Anti-Usure, anti-wear, 750 ml = GBP 34,00
Reconstructive smoothing care for worn-out lengths and ends.
Reconstructs and strengthens the hair internally according to the exact amount of wear and tear.
Leaves hair smooth and tangle free.

I have used these products before, and they are GREAT!

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^Oh great I just bought Ciment anti-usure and Baid de Force on ebay together for a little over $50 I heard those two together are great I cant wait to get them!

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12-02-2007
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Im using Oleo relax shampoo and masque smells yummy and no need to iron or blow dry your hair.i wanna try vita ciment

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16-03-2007
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i am thinking of buying kerastase bain satin 3--i have very curly, dry hair (curls are the size of a marker to pencil), and am looking into a hair routine for the summer that will be faster---basically i don't want to deep condition anymore. right now i use phyonectar pre-shampoo treatment, phytonectar shampoo, and then ojon's dailt hydrating/thickening conditioner as a leave-in.
i am trying to cut back on the pre-shampoo treatments. it takes 40 minutes, and it already takes an hr to style my hair---cuz it is really thick, and kinda long.


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22-03-2007
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I've been using Bain Satin 2 and the Nutritive Lait Vital conditioner for years and years. I would highly recommend it! I started using it after my hair was completely damaged by a dye job gone wrong, and it really made my hair so much healthier. I'm also addicted to the Serum Nutri-Sculpt, which is an oil that makes your hair incredibly shiny and soft.

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so then u have to condition it regularly? i was wondering if i did it once a week, but left it in overnight, is that he same?

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01-04-2007
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I just washed my hair for the first time using Oleo-relax shamps, and it really smells! I'm not sure whether I like it (most likely I don't!) but at least the smell went away after my hair dried. But the smell is so strong- it nearly knocked me dead! Hopefully I get used to it, because the shamps made my hair all lovely, smooth and soft.

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08-04-2007
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Well I'm glad because now I read that some of you used shampoos and I never got the chance to...I'm gonna definitely
I always use the mascara Oleo relax, and it really changed my life...it saved my hair completely...I did use anti usure ciment which is fabulous for every day, but the oleo relax stuff is amazing...I can't be more happy with this brand, I'm never gonna change it !

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03-05-2007
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right now I use the dermo calm bain riche haute tolerance shampoo for sensitive scalps and dry hair....it is AMAZING!!! i really didnt' believe the hype about expensive shampoos (and i still dont...except for kerastase!), but after using this im never going back.

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please elaborate apertures has it improved texture, shine, feel, tamed frizziness ?

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