|Would buy this product again.||55%|
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-Medium Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Hazel
Love everything! 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 instead it smells very subtle and luxurious. It lathers but not as much as the other kerastase shampoo s 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!!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, 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.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
EDIT FINAL TIME:
this stuff used on a regular basis ends up drying hair out no matter how well you condition!!!!!
(I now find that this shampoo works with my my more intense conditiners,treatments so I now changed the rating. On its own with a regular conditioner I think this is too drying but with the intense treatments this adds great shine)
I thought this shampoo would be perfect for my highlighted hair. I was very disapointed and definitely will not be purchasing more from the chroma riche line. The shampoo seemed drying on my hair (which I never find this to be the case with any product really) and did not add any benefits really except a bit more of shine. The oleo line is so much better for making hair shiny and color pop
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
I have used this shampoo over several years. I rotate in several brands during the year, but this one is a key staple for me. I have fine, silky hair and this product makes it shine. It is a little more than other shampoos when you buy from a salon, but you can find it at beauty wholesalers online for a better price. I have used the green bottle line as well and liked that too. I use Chroma Riche pink now because I have highlights. the hair masque is the best! It helps keep the brassiness out of the highlights!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
This junk dries the hell out of my process hair. The oleo bain shampoo is much better for dry dyed hair. The smell reminds me of sweet tarts..
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
For the past 20 years I have fought hair color fading and have always had to have a toner done atleast every 2 weeks it would become so brassy and warm. Not any more! Chroma Riche is definately worth the money if you have problems with your hair color fading. One thing you must know about the Kerestase Color line is that bain miroir is for one color hair and Chroma Riche is for highlighed hair or colored hair with highlights. There is a definate difference and Rx for each hair type. as I learned from my stylist... and she was very correct! For those that do not highlight their hair, use Bain Miroir otherwise you will not like the results. Anywa, it has been 3 weeks and NO TONER is needed... my color still looks fresh and very healthy. I hightly recommend this line.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
At $35 a bottle i really wanted to love this product. I thought it was a sure thing - Kerastase has always worked well on my hair, but this was terrible. Within one wash i knew something wasn't right; my hair was tangled, despite using a treatment i had used previously with great success. The end result was knotty, stringy, dry - yet oddly sticky - hair. There was absolutely no shine and certainly no silky smooth hair. Total fail!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
I used to use this with a L'Oreal treatment (which I can't remember the name of), and it made my hair super soft and silky! It's quite expensive (hence why I removed one lippy), but I still love it.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I use Kerastase brand for long long time.I have tried nearly all the products.And I love many of them like the Nutri Sculpt Serum / Resistance / Masquintense and so…BUT this product is absolutely BAD.I don’t know what is with this shampoo but every time I wash my hair is taking me so long to wash it out ..and even so ..in the end I never feel my hair completely clean.
My hair always look dirty only one day after washing it. & is quite drying.
Will never buy again.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other, Cool Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I have lots of fine hair that I highlight about 3 times a year. I suffer from some breakage and have a slightly oily scalp but pretty dry ends. Chroma Riche, although intended for dry, sensitized, highlighted hair, just like mine, is just too heavy for my fine hair. After one wash it looked a little limp and stringy, especially at the roots, and after the second use the heaviness was even more pronounced. Some people love this stuff, but be careful if your roots tend toward oiliness or if you have fine hair!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
Not for me. This poo made my hair tangly and coated/dull. I feel that I need to use clarifying shampoo after this. I used it twice (with couple of months interval between the uses), the results are the same. I also made sure I used my usual dish and leave-in to fully realize if this product works for me. If you have colored hair Bain Satin range (all of then are color safe) is much better. I love BS 1 and 2 and had good experience with BS3 when my hair were very dry.
Do not recommend.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
This shampoo was not what I expected at all. My hair felt like straw after using this with the Chroma Reflect Milk. I much prefer either BS1 or BS2, both of which are color safe.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I have long curly dark hair with highlights that *was* dry and brittle and virutally no sheen, mostly due to some chemical highlighting. Here is my routine (Some of this overlaps with my review of Chroma Thermique):
I use Kerastase Bain Chroma Riche shampoo, but just a little because it is so expensive. It doesn't lather well, but you get used to it - my hair is still very clean afterwards.
I follow it with Kerastaste Reflection Chroma Riche for a conditioner, rinse then do a final rinse with cool water. Then I add Kerastase Chroma Thermique as a protectant.
I let my hair air dry or use an ionic blow dryer and a 1" ceramic/ionic curling iron. I get each section of hair ready and add some Sebastian Laminates Concentrated Gel to it before curling it. Again, very very little - just some on your fingertips - or your hair will be weighed down - especially with the Chroma Thermique already on it. Mostly on the dry ends, but just a touch wiped on the entire section for hold and gloss, plus it keeps those static flyaways down.
The 3 differences I notice most:
1. My hair has some sheen and feels great to the touch; 2) I can actually comb it out now without a detangler tonic, and 3) on Day 2 my hair used to be sooo dry and now it is still soft.
Since I started using all 3 Kerastaste products at once, I can't say which one made the difference, or if I need them in combination.
I will say that I still do not have wash and wear hair with these products - it dries kind of wild. But I have never managed to have wash and wear hair anyway, and now it styles beautifully.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
Sorry for my insufficient review due to my poor English skills.
I just wanted to describe my impression after trying out Bain Chroma Riche shampooo after 2 and a half years of using only Bain De Force.
At first I need to mention that my hair was always bad. I had frequent hair falls since childhood, dry hair ends constantly split - so I can not grow out rather long hair. I have a medium-long hair cut, slightly longer than my showlders and I renew it every 3 month.
I'm natuarally dark blond and do regular highlights. My hair is rather soft and thin, so I don't use any conditioner otherwise it' looses volume and looks greezy. I only use leave-in treatments for hair ends and a bit of styling thickening gel.
So talking about Bain Chroma Riche, I do like it, but I use it only if I could wash my hair next day, cause it makes it looking dirty already after 36 hours. If I know I have time to wash hair only every second day, I always go back to Bain De Force.
Both shampoos suit me well in terms of giving nutrition and healthy glow to my grown out roots and do not cause additioanal hair fall. However I have to mention that Bain Chroma Riche provides much more shine and softness for my thin hair. Even though sometimes I do not want it to be too soft - I need the hair style to keep volume till the next hair washing. And with Bain Chroma Riche it gets more difficult. It also takes more time to blow dry it cause it's moisturizing effect.
I would probably repurchise Bain Chroma Riche for using it after my hair coloration prosedures and days when I want my hair to be soft and shiny.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
Should have never strayed from my fave, Bain de Force. Chroma Riche left a silicone residue and a greasy feel to my hair. At 12 hours it looked like it hadn't been shampooed in a week. Yuck. Back it goes to Saks, who told me when I purchased it I could return it (they must have experience with returns on this one). Respectfully submitted, colormepink
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
At $30 or so a bottle, I didn't want to love this shampoo. But I'm hooked! It doesn't strip your color, smells great and somehow doesn't weigh your hair down while keeping it moisturized. I can skip a few days in between shampoos because there is no residue or coating left on my hair from the Kerastase brand.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I love the smell of this shampoo. It makes my hair feel nice. However, using this shampoo alone is not enough. The ends of my hair can get quite dry. I need to add a conditioner to go with the shampoo.