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I count myself lucky for being Moroccan. Beautiful land, captivating beaches, scents and colours that provoke a myriad of senses and best of all, some of the best food I’ve tried on this planet. Being Moroccan has it’s charm but the one thing I don’t love — the naturally frizzy hair that most of us are born with. I say most all bar one of my family members boasts a head full of curly locks.

All this to say if anyone is going to test Kerastase’s taming treatment I’d say it stood a fair challenge avec moi…

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keraste ciment thermique volumifique

{New: Hair Prep with Kerastase}

I recently splurged on a set of Bumble and Bumble products to help my flat and lacklustre hair look more like a ’70s bouffant and the volumizing duo didn’t disappoint. Saying that, I recently started using a set of Kerastase products that have kind of taken the spotlight in the fight for my hair’s attention.

1. Ciment Thermique – Heat Activated Reconstruction Milk

Step one – I was finding my hair was seriously drying out after consistent use of the Bumble and Bumble without heat protection. Blasphemous I know! It just turned out to be too heavy on my hair to layer on a million products when using that mousse. Since I started using this Topseal product a few weeks ago, my hair feels revived and a lot stronger.

2. Volumifique – Volume Expansion Spray

What I loved most about this volumising, spray formula is that it feels so lightweight (almost invisible) in my hair and still gives it the volume it needs to stay bouncy and full of life. Using both of these products with my Shu Uemura or Kerastase serum have given me hair that doesn’t feel weighed down with product. With awesome results like these with the hair care line, I’m excited to try out the new range of styling products they has to offer including this sexy collection as advertised by Kate Moss…

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