Kerastase Resistance Therapiste

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Happy Wednesday, loves! I know it’s been awhile since I have posted anything on here, and I wanted to explain a little bit why. I have been extremely uninspired. I think it’s because I see all of these other blogs growing and getting thousands of new readers, and I feel like mine is staying in one place. I have debated about quitting this blog and giving up multiple times. But I always go back to remembering how much I loved doing it. So, fortunately, I decided to suck it up and do it anyways. Why quit something I enjoy doing? And to thank all of the readers who have stayed with me from the beginning, I will be having a giveaway soon. What would you like to see in the giveaway? Let me know in the comments below or send me an e-mail at styledmuse@gmail.com!

Now, on to what this post was originally about, Kerastase Resistance Therapiste! I received this hair treatment complimentary thanks to Influenster. This hair treatment is for us girls who color our hair a lot and use heat on it almost everyday (very damaged and over-processed).

This is a reverse hair care treatment, meaning you use the conditioner before the shampoo (weird, I know). The conditioner (Soin Premier Therapiste) acts like a caring guaze to protect the fiber before you shampoo. It makes your hair soft with a lightweight touch. The shampoo (Bain Therapiste) has a unique jellified texture that envelopes the fiber to reduce friction. Delicate, damaged hair is revitalized, shiny, and smooth.

After using this product for only two days, I really did notice that my hair was softer, smoother, and less damaged. The only problem? It does not clean your hair whatsoever. I have super oily hair and skin, so after washing my hair with this treatment, my hair was still oily.

I have to say though, this stuff is great if your hair is super damaged, but only use it if you don’t plan on going anywhere for a couple days, or just wear your hair up in a messy bun (which is what I did).

Have you ever tried the Kerastase Resistance Therapiste? Let me know in the comments!

XoXo Valerie

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