Kérastase launched their Discipline Smoothing In-Salon Treatment as well as their at home Discipline line in August this year. It was designed as a new keratin strengthening treatment to replace/reduce the need for salon chemical straightening and to keep your hair frizz free for longer between blow drying.
The treatment combines Morpho-Keratine and wheat proteins that strengthens the hair fibres from the inside out, and also a moisturising ‘top coat’ of polymers to keep frizz at bay. The at-home products are supposed to provide the anti-humidity and anti-frizz effects for 72 hours.
I adore Kérastase hair treatments (Nutri-Thermique masque is still my favourite of all time), so I was looking forward to trying out the Discipline Collection on my dry, colour-damaged hair.
Kérastase Discipline Fondant Fluidealiste ($48 rrp/250mL) is a lightweight every day conditioning product for unruly hair, Kérastase says that it is best for fine, sensitised hair. My hair is probably on the thicker side, so I think I would need something with a bit more horse power to detangle on bad hair days- on good hair days it works fine and generally leaves my hair in quite good condition after drying.
The Kérastase Discipline Maskertine ($60/200mL) is truly gorgeous, as I suspected it would be. It leaves my hair feeling amazingly supple, reduces blow drying time, and imparts a nice sheen to my hair. It is a pleasure to use in the shower- it has an ‘expensive’, indulgent fragrance that I always notice with Kérastase products, and it detangles like nobody’s business (less breakage in shower= win).
There are two shampoo products in the Kérastase Discipline collection- the Kérastase Discipline Fluidealiste ($48/250mL) and the Kérastase Discipline Fluidealiste Sulphate Free ($42/250mL). I was sent the sulphate formulation- which is a shame because my sensitive scalp doesn’t do well with them so I wasn’t able to give this a good run. From my short experience of 2-3 washes it feels like it washes well without being overly harsh. Smells lovely too.
Prima ballerina Diana Vishneva was chosen as the face of the new collection- she represents beautiful, grace, and discipline.
note: these products were sent by PR for review. See editorial policy in PR tab for more details.Posted by myfunnyvalentine on Sep 15th, 2014 in Hair, Reviews | 107751 commentK%C3%A9rastase+Discipline+Collection%3A+shampoo%2C+conditioner%2C+treatment+mask2014-09-15+08%3A32%3A58myfunnyvalentinehttp%3A%2F%2Fmyfunnyvalentineblog.com%2F%3Fp%3D10775
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