Amber McNiff | Beauty and Fashion Blog: Kerastase Chronologiste Range Review

Kerastase Chronologiste Range Review

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I am a big fan of Kerastase products, so I was excited when I heard they had brought out their new Chronolgiste range. Kerastase describe the range as a 'unique ritual'. It is the first Kerastase range to have three steps to the hair washing process. 

Step 1 - Exfoliate
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Apply the exfoliator like you would a shampoo. Gently massage it into the scalp for a couple of minutes and then rinse. 
The exfoliator purifies and cleans the scalp before the shampoo. 

Step 2 - Cleanse
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Shampoo your hair with the Chronolgiste shampoo, rinse it out and then shampoo again. 
The cleanser adds nutrients to your hair while cleaning and smoothing the hair. 

Step 3 - Treat
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Apply the mask to the mid lengths and ends of your hair. Leave on for 5-10 minutes and then rinse the hair well. 
The mask replenishes the hair while adding shine and smoothing the hair fibre. 

My Thoughts
I tried the range out on my own hair and I was impressed. I washed my hair with the three products before going to work so that I could see how well they worked. Normally, after a busy day at work my hair feels greasy, oily and horrible. However, after using the products my hair and scalp felt fresh and clean. It didn't get oily throughout the day and it didn't feel greasy at night.  I decided not to wash my hair and I left it another day to see how it felt. All together my hair was able to go three days without getting oily or looking greasy. My hair also smelt lovely and felt really soft. I would defiantly recommend this range to anyone with fine, oily hair. 

You can purchase the Kerastase Chronologiste range 
Exfoliator - Look Fantastic - £24.20
Cleanser - All Beauty - £17.25
Mask - Look Fantastic - £27.20



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