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Even if you don’t have naturally thick hair, you can still get bouncy, voluminous locks. Kerastase’s high-foaming shampoo is designed specficially for ladies with long, fine hair. In the shower, it turns into a mousse-like lather thanks to an infusion of oxygen and pumps volume into even the wispiest of strands. The result? Flowing tresses with plenty of shine.
I have really thick, ratty hair so I'm not sure why I received this product. It kind of just left my hair gummy. Not overly impressed but maybe something better will come along from them. I'm open to it.2
The shampoo smelled fine and felt okay. The sample packaging was the semi-flat kind that you get as a magazine insert: single-use, difficult to open without scissors. Ultimately this was nothing special.2
I tried this for a couple days until it ran out. All it did was add static to my hair and made it feel thinner.2
The product was not very cleansing, I didn't really see a difference in my hair after using it. Also, I have long thick hair and therefore, the sample size definitely didn't provide enough product for coat my hair fully.2
Why is this so expensive? It dried my hair out (good thing there was a conditioner included) and it smelled somehow chemical. It reminded me of an anti-lice shampoo I used when I was 10 years old and got lice at camp. NOT an ideal smell. Perhaps Ketastase would argue that this is the smell of the chemicals that do amazing things to my hair, but I didn't notice anything special. I'll stick to my $5 drugstore shampoo, it does the job just as well.2
I was not impressed by this product. I have thin hair and it was very difficult to comb out after conditioning2
This stuff lathered really well and smelled nice but unfortunately the sample was not large enough to determine whether or not it actually works.2
The product sample was a bit too small to work effectively and for me to see results.
The smell of it was nice, however the size of the sample was not enough for me to really notice in effect on my hair to really make any kind of difference. Therefore I do not see myself getting this product in the future.2
This had a very chemical perfumey smell, which I tend to associate with stuff I'd buy at the drugstore. I have long, thick hair and I tend to stick with shampoos that are pretty simple and effective at cleansing my scalp and roots, since that's what actually keeps hair healthy.2