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Kerastase Discipline

 
 

Kérastase's new Discipline range is specifically designed to combat unmanageable hair. Seven years in the making, the new Discipline Range promises to make your hair smoother and more manageable, without the use of harsh chemicals.

A few thoughts from us mere hairdressers in Cheltenham - Smells absolutely divine and it really works. Makes hair silky smooth.

Not quite as effective and long lasting as Kebelo but very gentle on your hair and will cost you less!

Kerastase Discipline Range

BAIN FLUIDEALISTE

Effect: Fluidity - Shine - Anti-Frizz

A hair Bathe that will cleanse and provide anti frizz benefits whist not heavily coating down your hair.

How to use: massage into wet hair then rinse.

Kerastase Bain Fluidealiste

BAIN FLUIDEALISTE SANS-SULFATES

Effect: Fluidity - Shine - Anti-Frizz 

A Sulphate free bathe for hair that has been weakened or damaged by constant straightening or over colouring. It will provide a smooth shine and added anti frizz benefits. 

How to use: massage into wet hair then rinse.

Kerastase Bain Fluidealiste Sans-Sulfates

FONDANT FLUIDEALISTE 

Effect: Fluidity - Shine - Anti-Frizz

Smooth-in-motion care, changes your hair instantly to strengthen and create fluid, beautiful hair. 

How to use: Apply to clean roughly dried hair, leave for 60-120 seconds then rinse gently.

Kerastase Fondant Fluidealiste

FLUIDISSIME

Effect: Complete anti-frizz care. Heat protection – Shine – Smoothness - Movement 

A clear cream, which will protect your hair when styling whilst at the same time help tame even the most unruly of hair. 

How to use: spray onto roughly dried hair

Kerastase Fluidissime

MASKERATINE

Effect: High Concentration. Fluidity - Shine - Anti-Frizz 

This creamy textured masque will repair the fibres, soften, and then transform your hair from roots to ends into beautifully liberated manageable hair.  

 How to use: apply to clean slightly wet hair, leave for 5 mins then rinse completely.

Kerastase Maskeratine
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