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Kerastase users- translate please!

(7 Posts)
mrsmoscow Sun 09-Dec-12 21:07:41

I am trying to order some kerastase shampoo and conditioner but can't work out what is what as they describe them in french!

I have coloured hair but don't want another too rich as roots get a bit greasy but ends can get a bit dry too

mrsmoscow Sun 09-Dec-12 21:08:41

That should read -anything too rich!

youngblowfish Sun 09-Dec-12 22:21:15

Have you looked at their website for quick info on their different lines and products?

faustina Mon 10-Dec-12 07:21:38

If it's for coloured hair, you want the reflection one - it's dark pink. They have several types of conditioner for differing levels of damage to your hair. the shampoo is called "bath" and the conditioner I use is called a "masque" - they are v up their own arses with their names!

mycatlikestwiglets Mon 10-Dec-12 10:31:26

Bain chromo riche is the shampoo for coloured hair. Bain de force is also good - for weakened hair so ideal for highlights. (Bain = shampoo.)

The conditioners are the ones which look like the shampoo bottles but upside down. I have highlights and find the Ciment Anti-Usure conditioner (from the Force range) the best. It adds condition and shine but doesn't weigh the hair down too much.

The Aqua-Oleum treatments from the Nutritive range are also really good. I use them once a week and they keep my hair in really good condition despite the fact that I've had highlights for about the last 15 years.

polyhymnia Mon 10-Dec-12 10:44:48

My hair is coloured (and short) and I use the products mentioned above - Bain de Force shampoo and Ciment Anti-Usure condiitoner - find them good.

mrsmoscow Mon 10-Dec-12 13:41:42

Brilliant. Will have another look

Thanks all- not sure why they can't just write shampoo and conditioner on the bottle!!

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