Kerastase Fibre Architecte Renovating Dual Serum Review

Kerastase Fibre Architecte Renovating Dual Serum Review

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So, as you all know, I am a big fan of Kerastase products and I keep trying their stuff as they suit my hair type. So today, I am going to review Kerastase Resistance FibreArchitecte Renovating Dual Serum.

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Product Description:

For the first time, Kerastase is introducing a serum combining two textures which merge upon application to reconstruct hair ends affected by extreme erosion.  A unique ritual.  Kerastase created a customized 3-step beauty routine: cleanse, treat and texturize with carefully-conceived methods for beautifying the hair.  These simple steps constitute a targeted, in-salon treatment which establishes a ritual haircare routine that women can do in-home with Kérastase products.

Price:

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Rs. 1500/- for just 30 ml.

Ingredients:

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My Experience with Kerastase Fibre Architecte Renovating Dual Serum:

This product is a renovating dual serum meant for very damaged length and split ends. It comes in a green colored plastic bottle with a pump dispenser and two holes. The consistency of the serum is quite sticky and is transparent in color. I purchased this to treat my split ends; my hair tends to get weak due to blow drying. For application, I prefer using it as prescribed, press the middle of the dispenser and mix the two textures together and apply it to towel-dried hair.

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I apply it only when I wash my hair. It works on my hair, but just for around a day or two, not more than that.  I have to reapply it after every wash so it’s not a permanent solution for split ends.  Hence, I don’t recommend it to anyone who is looking for a permanent solution for split ends, but if you have weak and very damaged hair, you can try the whole range as it is targeted to treat very damaged hair caused by various chemical processes such as straightening, coloring, excessive blow drying, etc. The price and the quantity ratio is quite shocking, not fully satisfied with it, as the product is not worth the price.

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Pros of Kerastase Fibre Architecte Renovating Dual Serum:

  • Just a small amount is needed.
  • Really works for very damaged hair.
  • Straightens hair.
  • Gives soft and smooth hair.

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Cons of Kerastase Fibre Architecte Renovating Dual Serum:

  • Expensive.
  • After application, hair looks flat.
  • Contains silicone.
  • Effect doesn’t last for long.

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IMBB Rating:

3.5/5

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13 thoughts on “Kerastase Fibre Architecte Renovating Dual Serum Review

  1. Alcohol denat is one of the most drying substances for skin and hair. And it’s the fourth ingredient in this product. I don’t know how they can call it serum. It’s practically a drying potion, since silicone doesn’t moisturize, just adds a temporary coating on the hair.

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