Kerastase has recently launched a Blond Absolu line for blonds, those with white hair, and even highlighted hair. The entire collection is in purple tones of varying degrees and aims to help blond hair look fresh and bright. I’ve been using it on my highlighted hair and I’m loving the deeply tinted blue shampoo and conditioner – more on those later. After I shower, I’ve been using the Blond Absolu Cicaplasme leave-in treatment in my hair.
It is super light so it’s perfect for fine hair, but for my frizzy curly hair, it just didn’t have enough conditioning agents in it. I found that it became pretty watery on wet hair and left my hair dry and frizzy. What I needed was something that would tame the curl and frizz, but this didn’t do it. I had better luck when I added a serum on top or mixed this with a thicker styling cream, but then what’s the point?
The serum does have hyaluronic acid and edelweiss flower extract in it, and offers hair heat protection. It also has a good amount of slip, and is light enough, so it makes an excellent blow-dry cream.
Available at salons.