|Would buy this product again.||66%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Fine Eyes: Brown
I'm very impressed with this shampoo. I have thin, very dry, frizzy hair, and this shampoo really moisturises my hair, making it soft, shiny, much less frizzy but not flat. It also smells really nice. Gave it 4 lippies because of the price, but I will buy it again since it works, plus, it's very concentrated, you only need to use really small amount of this shampoo each time you wash your hair, so it's actually not that expensive.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Red, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
I'm not a fan of Kerastase but after trying this shampoo once I really like how my hair feels. Clean, shiny, silky soft but not weighted down and this lasts until my next wash ( others just dry make my hair dry again after a few hours). Huge plus - you just need the tiniest amount to cleanse and lather.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Hazel
Believe the hype, this stuff is fantastic. My hair has never looked or smelled better, ever, and I have tried some pretty damn good products. Kerastase is hands down the best brand out there. Yes, it's insanely expensive but you get what you pay for.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
Kerastase Products DO cost ALOT of money, but guess what... they WORK. I use Bain Satin on my fine, slightly dry, color-treated hair and it cleans gently without stripping any color. It also smells nice (not great, but not bad smelling) and has a good surfactant ability. Afterward I'll usually use the Masquintense Fine or Conditoner (Keraste or Alterna Caviar).
You get what you pay for with Kerastase.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Amazing product! Nothing helps me manage my hair better!!!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
The only reason this gets knocked one lippie is because I like the smell of the Bain de Force better. If you have colored hair, go for the Bain de Force. If not, then this is the perfect shampoo. You don't even need a conditioner if you don't want to use one. It's so hydrating, yet not greasy at all.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I am going on month 6 with this product - and have used no other shampoos since Day 1. Not only does it clean my hair without drying it out, it leaves it silky to touch. I have just below collar bone mixed white and blond hair ( I am 48 years old) which is fine and wavy. I have always had to rotate shamposs my entire life before this shampoo - not so anymore. I use it every other shampoo without a conditioner - and my hair feels great! I have given away my aresonal of shampoos and conditioners I use Lait Vital 1 conditioner, and the oleo relax serum when I want straight hair, the olea curly mist stuff when I want to just go wavy. The Key to the Kerastase line is you HAVE to have a salon professional tell you what products are for you hair for what you want your hair to do. I hedge the expense of the products by buying the salon size containers on ebay. Another first for me as well. I also do an Aqua Oleum treatment about once every 2-3 weeks. Best product line ever if you have a Kerastase trained professional help you pick out your products.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I am on the fence about this product. I've tried Oleo Relax, Elasto Curl, Bain Soleil and now this shampoo. The reason I am on the fence about is that it may be too moisturizing for me.
I've noticed ever since I started using it that around my crown area, top of my head, after I get out of the shower it feels weird, like I put greasy conditioner on my head. I can not use the Nutridefense conditioner I bought with this anywhere near my scalp when using this shampoo b/c I will get a greasy, weighed down feeling in my hair.
It's a very moisturzing shampoo, but may be too much for my hair (thin strands, tons of it but wavy and normal)
It's so moisturizing that I can towel dry my hair and then comb it out without any product in my hair, it detangles very good but it feels like something is already in my hair and may be weighing it down.
Last night I used my old Bain Soleil with the Nutridefense and my hair is more bouncy and not gunky feeling, so the shampoo may be way too much for my hair.
I bet it would be good for someone who has dry, damaged hair that needs a TLC shampoo. I would say this is almost like a 2 in one shampoo b/c of how moisturizing the shampoo is on it's own, sans conditioner.
I really do not like this shampoo-When I use it after I rinse and get out the top of my head looks oily and feels it-It is just way too much for my hair (thin wavy strands, but a sh*t load of it)
I think it would be good for those who have damage from highlighting or heat appliances, but too much for pretty normal hair-
I have used the other lines and this one and the Oleo Relax are not right for me-
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This is the best product line I have ever used. My hair is totally transforned. It had gotten dry after years of coloring and the texture completely changed after I had kids (became dry and brittle). Then I was turned on to this line and it's been great. My hair is full and feels silky after about 1 month of use. It's easy to style and there is absolutely no build up. I would definitely recommend it. Very pricey but worth it to me.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
First off, I won this as part of a Kerastase gift set, hence why I tried it.
Secondly... I love the smell, and I love the texture of the shampoo, but I can't see it justifying the price of it. I'll stick to my Thermasilk (cheaper), that's just as effective.
I also hate how the shampoo comes out, I hate having to fiddle with the caps on the Keratase products. But in general, not a bad product, it washes my hair, does what it says it's going to do.. but in the end, it's just a very very expensive shampoo.