Kerastase Nutritive Creme Elasto-Curl is a definition forming creme for thick, curly hair. That’s what the bottle says. But does it work?
I’m always on the lookout for anything that claims to enhance curls and control frizz. But seriously, don’t all products designed for curly hair claim to do this? I must admit, a lot of products I have tried fall short of this claim, though every time I try a new product, I am as enthusiastic as ever with hope!
If you have curly hair, you know how this feels. You get all excited to try a new curl enhancing cream, and midway through using it, you realize it’s not going to do what you want it to do. Then the big let down, your hair looks worse.
Well Kerastase can change that. Their Creme Elasto-Curl helps condition and improve curl definition, while it adds shine, suppleness, and softness. And yes, it really does help control frizz. Kerastase offers a complete product line of hair care products and hair treatments created to restore and maximize your hair’s natural beauty. And there is nothing better than nice natural curls!
Enjoy the total Kerastase experience at home, you won’t be sorry! If you’ve read my blog posts you know that I’m already a huge fan of Kerastase Oleo Relax too!
For curly hair styling tips from Kerastase check out this video: Modern Curls with Kerastase Oleo Curl. Curls RULE!
I’m definitely interested in trying this product. Do you have to use a lot of product for the curl definition?
p.s Have you seen “Feast of Love” the girl have curly hair and it is beautiful
I would use this product sparingly at first to see how your hair responds to it. Starting on the ends and working your way up towards the roots. You ends need the most attention when it comes to curling products and you never want too much product concentrated near your roots for fear of it looking ‘greasy’… yuck, right? With this product a little really goes a long way! Let me know how you like it! It’s seriously one of my favorites!
I haven’t seen the movie yet, but it’s on my list! I have -tons of curly hair myself – LOL!