Saturday, September 19, 2015

Kérastase VoxBox #KerastaseTransforms luxury hair careline @influenster @influenstervox @KerastaseUSA @Influenster #KerastaseTransforms #Therapiste

Disclosure:  I received these products complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes. 

If you have ever tried Kerastase products you know they are luxury, salon quality hair care items. They recently launched a new line of products and I received two of them to try complimentary from Influenster. I was really excited about a few of the ingredients and surprised about only one. Overall, this is a great line of hair care products that you want to check out. 

It is different because you use the conditioner first. This protects your hair. The shampoo and conditioner feel and smell luxurious. I noticed a difference right after I finished washing and conditioning or in this case, conditioning and washing my hair! It is funny doing it backwards but it does work. My hair felt soft and conditioned when I stepped out of the shower. I styled my hair as usual and dried it and it came out gorgeous. My daughter used it too the night before picture day at school and she loved it. Her hair styled beautifully...I can't wait to see the photos. Totally frizz free which is a big change. 

One of the things that surprised me was the fact that Kerastase contains sulfates. This would not be a good product to use if you have had professional keratin treatments since they are incompatible. I would love to see the product teformulated in the future without sulfates. Otherwise it is a great option for soft, frizz free and smooth, healthy hair check out Kerastase and see what you think for yourself. 

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