The Launch of Kérastase Cristalliste9:41 am
I first tried their products back in 2009 and fell for them immediately. How could a product change the complete texture and structure in just one try? Do you mean I didn't have to live with straw-like hair, despite my insistence on washing and drying it every day as well as bleaching and lightening to the lightest blonde possible? Yes, as long as I use Kérastase.
Then just about a year ago, I tried Kérastase Soleil and again, my hair went from a matted rat's nest of dried out locks to gorgeous Hollywood-worthy hair.
And last month, I was fortunate to be invited to the launch of their NEW Cristalliste range, made to keep young, long hair shiny and soft.
Held at Toronto's esteemed Nadège Patisserie (pictured above) in Rosedale, and captured on film by the most talented photographer I know, Josh Fee (thanks for letting me use some of your fantastic shots here), it was quite the swanky event. people come from all over for their macarons. And yes, we not only got to nibble on lovely delicacies in the shop (pictured above), we got to bring home a gorgeous rainbow of macarons (photographed below by me - also a little squashed because of me).
One of the problems with having long hair is that product can weigh it down, while not addressing specific needs throughout the length of the hair, such as breakage, lackluster, dry locks. The Cristalliste range has been made to conquer all of these issues, giving you smooth, weightless, sparkling, healthy hair.
Kérastase Cristalliste is only available in salons, so go to one near you and have gorgeous hair within minutes.