|Would buy this product again.||58%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Olive, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Firstly, I need to let this out of my system. So, this is a 'Bain' is it? Having bought several Kerastase products and having ended selling all except one on Ebay because they all let me down I feel very annoyed at the pretentiousness of Kerastase. They're 'bains' which means 'baths' in French.... No, they're not! They are shampoos and some of them are quite basic!
Now onto this review. This shampoo smells lovely (can't describe it, sorry). The consistency is that of a thick gel and little is needed. It is very emollient and the first time I used it I loved how it felt in the shower. Very moisturising and emollient, my hair felt like silk as I was rinsing it. I used the matching masque as well which had a similar effect on my hair. I blow dried my hair and it looked lush- shiny, straighter, my colour seemed more 'alive', not too bouncy but had a little bounce... Great. But a few hours later my hair was limp, greasy at the roots and yucky. I was very disappointed. Since my hair was limp and greasy at the roots as well as the ends I concluded that the shampoo made my hair that way as well (since I only used the masque on my ends). I also don't understand why this has SLS. I mean, if it's for colour treated hair, shouldn't be as gentle as possible?
I love the bright pink packaging. It's right up my alley! But I wish there was a flip cap!
This shampoo is lovely.... But way too thick for thin hair. Even though my hair is fine textured, I have lots of it. This could work well for people with really dry hair or hair that is not easily weighed down... I don't know but I think it was silly of me buying a set that is called 'Chroma Riche' since rich products are not good for my hair as they weigh it down. Silly me I guess.... I wish they had a version for fine hair, I think I would try getting a travel size bottle... Unless I fall in love with the new set of products I got (I hope I do) which have much more natural ingredients and less chemicals.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
This is my go to for my color treated hair. I love how this makes my hair feel, cleansed, and supple. A little goes a long way. I used to work @ a Kerastase salon and have never turned back to another shampoo. It only takes a quarter's worth for my shoulder long hair. I always shampoo 2x. The 1st to remove any product build up, the 2nd to condition.It leaves my hair so smooth, and with so much shine.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I hate the price, but love this shampoo! It makes my hair feel incredibly soft and detangled right in the shower, which means I can use less conditioner. Too bad my conditioner is really cheap so I don't really care anyway, hah. But in any case, this is just amazing for my long, thick, highlighted hair. It is very gentle and moisturizing but still cleans well, though you will want to clarify once in a while anyway, especially if you use heavier products. I love the smell too, nice and clean. My hair is slightly wavy and usually it ends up super frizzy with no discernible wave, but with this I have no frizz and a really nice body wave. It actually looks like a got a blowout! People have even asked me if I heat styled my hair that day and it was 100% air-dried, which is nothing short if miraculous because I have the kind of hair that 99.5% of the time looks completely awful when air-dried. So for that it is definitely worth the price. I use it with Dove color therapy conditioner, which is also nothing short of amazing, and much more affordable.
UPDATE: Found an even better shampoo, Dove daily moisture! It works even better than this one, and is more moisturizing, but also a little heavier (which for me is a great thing!) for a fraction of the price.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I absolutely love this shampoo<3 I have blonde highlighted hair, not really damaged because it's pretty short, and this shampoo just makes my hair so beautiful and shiny , it's great! It can be a little drying, but for the most part it's moisturizing. The marek is sweet and nice but not cheap smelling it smells luxurious and expensive, because .. It is! If you have highlighted hair give this a try! Anything from kerastase is amazing.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
HG shampoo of all time. Nothing has ever made my hair so silky, soft, full, non-frizzy. Worth every price.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
This shampoo does prevent colour fading; however, it doesn't leave my hair feeling as clean and shinny as my old cheap shampoo. If you colour your hair often and find that the colour fades quickly, then try this shampoo.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Hazel
It is gentle on the scalp, but leaves hair feeling clean. Some reviewers say it smells sweet like candy, so one would think it smells like TiGi's products, but it is never as sweet. It lathers but not as much as the other kerastase shampoos that produce a rich foamy lather. The best thing is that it does not tangle my hair up while washing. It does what it claims: shine and softness!!
EDIT: I believe this is what is breaking me out, on my back and chest. Either this or its masque, read my review for the masque. Almost all products from L'oreal, even high end ones like Lancome, break me out. They are probably too rich or greasy. They are awesome for the hair but, At what price?? After taking accutane for a few times My skin or body cannot afford L'oreal.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
This shampoo is an absolute joke. I purchased this thinking it would moisturise and cleanse my bleached hair but it made it dirty, dry and frizzy. I am really angry because I spent a fortune on this shampoo whenever I'd be better off using Aussie. Not recommend at all!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Very Oily, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I love this shampoo however the bottle sucks because it is hard to get the last of the product out. That does not fly when it is so expensive! Still great stuff though. I actually had my salon order the double size and it was cheaper.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I'm undecided about this shampoo because there are good & bad things about it. As far as good: It restored softness, moisture and beautiful shine back to my hair. I was using my old shampoo for 15 years and it just quit working. As far as negatives about this Kerastase line of shampoos is concerned: I have fine hair and it seems to weigh my hair down and make it limp. As previously stated, it leaves some form of residue making my hair look as if it needs to be washed by the end of the day. I am now going to try the WEN product lines because I have read so many amazing reviews. I should add that I have tried for the past week Alterna's Bamboo SMooth Anti-Frizz shampoo and conditioner and it has worked fabulous on my hair. It smooths the cuticle leaving it shiny and provides tons of volume for my fine hair without leaving residue. Most importantly it contains no sulfates, parabans or any of those harsh things that strip your hair of its color or moisture. The price is much less than Kerastase!! The reviews on their were very good which prompted me to try it. Its definitely a keeper.