If you ask me now if I want to lose 5 kilos or have a thick glossy hair, I would chose hair without hesitation. I’m a not- so-proud owner of super fine, wavy hair with a mind on their own and a tendency to anarchy (like master like man apparently) so making it look presentable takes most of my morning time. In a way, summer in Paris was liberating because there were was not a blow dry in sight. I followed suit and for a few glorious weeks felt utterly liberated.
But the summer took a bit of a toll on my hair and at the end of August my tresses were looking less glossy (to put it mildly) than I would have liked. The rescue came in a hot pink bottle courtesy of Kérsatase. When it comes to my hair routine I’m used to chasing supermarket offers so the price of around £20 per bottle in the salon seemed a bit steep. Yet, on that particular day I felt flush with cash so I bought not one but two shampoos (Ok, that was mistake, I wanted a shampoo and conditioner) and a mask.
Kérastase Chroma Riche is a series for damaged, colour treated or highlighted hair. My hair was in such a bad condition that I decided to use the mask as a conditioner. I love it’s rich and creamy texture and beautiful smell.
After two weeks I can honestly say that the last time my hair looked so good was when as a teenager I went crazy for home made masks and herbal rinses. My hair is super soft to touch, as glossy as it can be and much much less frizzy. The series is quite expensive but a little goes a long way and I found out that I can buy it cheaper on Feelunique website or Amazon. To make it lasts a little longer I banned The French from even looking in their direction (he’s also been banned from touching anything that says Chanel, Estee Lauder or Clarins on the bottle).
It seems like I acquired myself an expensive habit but given that it’s the only thing capable of managing my hair, I think I will have a repeated order on Feelunique.