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Dry Hair, Definitely Care

Last week, I had the pleasure of attending a demonstration of Kerastase's Discipline treatment at The Cutting Room, a local salon here in Edmonton. Some fellow bloggers and I were treated to a night of mega-pampering that resulted in smooth, manageable hair that's still going strong weeks later (take that, frizz!). That evening — coupled with my new-found love of Bumble and Bumble products — made me realize that it's time to get serious about caring for my damaged mane, once and for all. A long-overdue trim was had (thanks, John!), and I'm taking steps to nourish my hair in ways I would have previously scoffed at.

For starters, I'm injecting moisture back into my dry hair every week with *Kerastase's Bain Satin 2 Shampoo and Nutritive Lait Vital Conditioner. Both products are light and leave my hair feeling soft and smooth, but the real transformation has come thanks to the Immersion Nutritive pre-shampoo replenisher and the Nectar Thermique heat protective treatment. The former nourishes my tired locks overnight while I sleep (I like to apply it to my hair at least once a week), while the latter protects against all the inevitable styling that goes down. And although I'm not crazy about the scent of these products, they really do leave my hair feeling all shiny and new. So if you suffer from dry hair like I do (damn you, natural curls!), I would definitely recommend dabbling in this range, and if you have any hair care recommendations of your own, I'm all ears! xx

Photos by Adventures in Fashion

*All Kerastase products c/o The Cutting Room

2 comments

  1. Ciaoo Vickie, I'm Daniela and I follow you from Italy.. I hit on you two weeks ago and I saw all your blog for know more about you; well, I want tell you that you're very simple and beautiful woman inside and out.. Continue on your way and good luck for all...
    Ps: Your hair are very shine and beautiful; do you use hair straightener or other?
    Thank you for your answer..
    Ciao dall'Italia!
    Daniela

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  2. I'll have to try this stuff! I've used the Kerastase Ciment Thermique and it's great too. What I've really found has been making a difference to my slightly damaged locks lately is the Joico K-Pak line - shampoo and conditioner, but also a weekly mask and and a leave in heat protectant foam. They're honestly amazing! xo, Sarah

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