Kerastase Elixir Ultime: so wrong yet so right?

I was sceptical. Another supposed hair oil amongst a sea of hair oils.

Meh

*Shrugs shoulders*

But I tried the sample tube and...well, it was love from first *pump*. This stuff smells like a diluted Tom Ford Black Orchid, left my hair looking and feeling silky and de-frizzed the fuzz.

The flirtation with the sample tube clearly lead to a full size purchase and so here we are.

Kerastase Elixir Ultime is supposedly the Daddy of all hair oils if the marketing spiel is anything to go by. Get a load of this mesmerizing copy peppered with outlandish promises...

"...our first versatile beautifying treatment enriched with a complex of four precious oils. Maize, Argan, Camellia and Pracaxi oils combine to create a luxurious Elixir for all hair types.

With a few drops of elixir Ultime, hair is transformed into silky, weightless matter. Applied before cleansing, hair is instantly nourished and visibly regenerated. Applied before styling, hair is incredibly supple and protected."

Okay then!

I do think it's lovely and I am not yet regretting the financial outlay to pick this up - a pretty hefty £34. Here's why:

a) The consistency is easy to work with and control - thinner than the likes of Moroccan Oil or Shu Uemura Essence Absolue it makes me feel like I am not weighing down my hair with product;
b) It's light enough to be used daily - I often apply this on the ends of my hair and don't find that it makes me look like a scrub. I don't look oily - just someone with slightly less crispy hair.
b) It absorbs immediately - Moroccan oil can sometimes hang around and then make me paranoid that I am going to look like a grease slick. The Kerastase, like the Absolue, disappears and instantly makes hair feel stronger and better.
c) It leaves hair looking smooth, relatively frizz free and shiny - I apply it on the lengths when my hair is damp, let it air dry and this is what I end up with.

So yes, in terms of what I have tried before I can say that I would absolutely recommend it. It's a lovely styling product that will probably last me 12 months+. 

BUT there is a but...

I say that this is a lovely styling product - as oppose to miracle moisturising conditioner - because part of me cannot forget that this contains a bunch of silicones.

Now I went into this purchase with my eyes open - I saw it as a premium Frizz-Ease rather than a miracle moisturiser but the marketing accompanying both this product and other commercial oils on the market makes me a little cross inside.

The emphasis - or at least my take away from the ads - always rests in the transformative ability of the product and the fact that the natural oils will help strengthen and nourish. What they never mention of course is that the natural oils are bolstered by the use of cheap silicones. It all feels like a naughty, dirty little lie.

Kerastase isn't the only one at it. Moroccan oil and Shu Uemura have added in the odd -cone and then charged £30+ for the pleasure.

So what am I trying to say?

a) Elixir Ultime is the best commercial "hair oil" I have tried - a fantastic serum that will superficially soothe the ends.
b) I will achieve good condition through haircuts and Phyto but I will keep applying the Ultime for truly great looking and smelling hair.
c) The marketing accompanying these types of products makes me cross.

End! :)

What do you think of these kind of products? Can't live without? Or do you prefer to use something different and completely natural? If it's the latter let me know what you recommend!

112 comments:

  1. Desperately want to try this, I'm a massive sucker for all hair oils at the moment! I really like the Josie Maran one.

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    1. thanks Tabitha - i hear lots of good things about Josie Maran. Wish it was available here!

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  2. this looks good, i have never used Moroccan oil or the likes of it because my hair is thin and gets greasy easily! I like that this is not as thick as those!

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    1. My hair is more on the thin side too and it's fine! keep it on the ends :)

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  3. I've wanted to try Moroccan Oil for a while now but this looks good so I might give it a go :) I just wish there was some kind of miracle hair re constructor to get rid of all my split ends in one go! This may have to do for now xx

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    1. This is much easier to work with than Moroccan oil so I say go for this one :)

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  4. I'm so glad you posted a review about this. I tried a sample my hairdresser gave me and i thought I loved it but i wasn't sure if I was just being swayed by their clever marketing propaganda. I think I'll give it a go now, I do love the smell too! :)

    Amelia @ UGLY DUCKLING x

    I WAS AN UGLY DUCKLING BLOG!

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    1. It's DIVINE....anything that reminds me of Black Orchid has me at first sniff :)

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  5. I was really disappointed when I tried this, because I normally love Kerastase and I felt like paying £34 would mean it was something great....but then, I didn't really get the hype with moroccan oil either! Kerastase nutri-liss is an absolutely fantastic "styling product", but it still moisturises a lot too and it's only around £16. x

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    1. Ooh thank you for that recommendation! Would love to try!

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  6. I have been using a similar Kerastase product for months and have to say that I am completely in love! I use it every time I wash my hair and sometimes when styling as well, and still seem to have half a bottle left! So whilst it's expensive, it doesn't run out quickly (something I massively begrudge!).

    Also, when I left it at home and went away for a few days, my hair was a completely different texture when I'd washed and dried it - so much more difficult to control (but I do have wild thick hair!). So I'd definitely recommend it to everyone!

    Loving the blog :)

    Lauren x
    http://minormusingsldn.blogspot.com

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    1. It's true - these oils do last for ages. I think my Shu one lasted for about a year so whilst the initial outlay requires a sharp intake of breath, it does work out being "okay" value in the end :)

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  7. always wanted to try one of these hair oils but not sure i wanna pay so much for silicones :\ i'm a bit "meh" when it comes to hair caire, the more i research the more ripped off i feel...

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    1. To be honest, I would say when in doubt go with Phyto. I think their products are good and don't rip you off too much. You know me though...I like to try it all :)

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  8. I have the moroccan oil and I am shamelessly in love with it. It has actually transformed my hair from a frizzy mess to soft, defined waves (hallelujah!). However the price tag makes me gulp every time I look at it.

    In Kerala (where I'm from) the miracle oil is Coconut oil. You slather your hair and neck with it, wait 30 mins to an hour and then wash it all off with shampoo and soap. It's amazing at making your hair strong!

    Also hair oils aside, I swear by the Dove Nourishing Oil Conditioner - bargain and amazing!

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    1. Thats good to hear - different things work for different people etc....I think I need to get some raw coconut oil!

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  9. I think it would be a bit light for my hair as mine is incredibly dry and requires a lot of moisture but I appreciate your review! It may make a lovely gift for a friend :)

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  10. I do love the Kerastase Elixir Ultime but I have a difficult time justifying its cost when I don't necessarily consider it a holy grail product. A less expensive alternative that works just as well for me is L'oreal Professionnel's Mythic Oil. Smells lovely, works well, and (believe it or not) has a slightly lighter consistency. I'm not sure what it runs for in the UK but in the States I've found it for about $18. You should give it a try!

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    1. Mythic Oil sounds fantastic - and cheaper! Sold!

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  11. I'm finishing up a bottle of Morrocan Oil at the minute and have a Macadamia oil to use next from a beauty box. Your description of the smell may just have convinced me to try out Kerastase first though.

    The doll on fashion

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    1. Let me know if you like it - and I hope that you do :) Definitely try and smell it in person first though: I can imagine that what one person likes, another hates :)

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  12. I picked this up the other day and I agree totally with your review and your thoughts on the silicones, I thought exactly the same when I bought it :) it really annoys me when people buy into the idea that it's a treatment rather than a styling product, but I guess it shows the power of advertising...

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    1. ...and this stuff has such outlandish imagery and advertising anyone would think you were buying a bottle of gold! Its nice, I like it but it's not going to transform my hair! Glad someone out there agrees :)

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  13. I use so many products, but I don't have yours, it looks like a great tip! Thanks for sharing!:)
    http://www.supercutesupereasy.blogspot.com/

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  14. I've always wanted to get this product my hairdresser puts this on my hair after it's been coloured/cut and I adore it on my hair it always feels silky smooth. I know what you mean about the price as it's rather hefty but when a product is that good it's often worth it :)

    Charlee
    http://charmedcharlee.blogspot.com/
    xx

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    1. The only thing that makes the price easier to swallow is the fact that this bottle will probably last me a year...so a week by week breakdown officially makes it as cheap as chips :)

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  15. I'm using Schwarzkopf BC Bonacure Oil Miracle at the moment and I like it. I also have the Macadamia Oil but I wasn't impressed at all.

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    1. I have heard so much hype about Macadamia oil - that's good to know!

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  16. Yes, the marketing behind Elixir Ultime can trick people to think it's 100% oil, but it's not! Still, I don't mind using siliconey products for my hair, plus it smells amazing!!!- so for that reason alone, I'll probably repurchase it ;) It's funny you said its scent reminds you of Black Orchid- I've mentioned in my blog that Elixir Ultime smells like "real" perfume and secretly wanted to find a proper perfume version of this scent ;)

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    1. It's immediately what it reminded me off....a slightly diluted, weaker version but definitely with a strong hint of Black Orchid :)

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  17. I have been interested in buying this, it sound's really good especially as it's going to be on buyapowa soon but the silicones just put me off. I'd like to try a pure oil for a change!
    xx

    http://moonshine709.blogspot.com/

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    1. From these comments I am thinking that coconut oil might be a winner!

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  18. This does sound lovely and i love a good hair oil but they are so damn expensive!
    x

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    1. ...i know. it's a *gulp* moment when you hand over the cash but convince yourself that it will last ages :) This bottle will last at least 6 months - if not a year: thats how I am justifying :)

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  19. My all time favourite is coconut oil, the one by The Body Shop is fantastic :)

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    1. I think about 3 people so far have said coconut oil. I need to give this a try!

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  20. I'm still using up my Morrocan oil but the kiehls argan oil is next on my list. Apparently it doesn't have any 'cones in it so it improves your hair quality over time.

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    1. ...ah i didn't know about the Kiehl's one. Sounds good!

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  21. Morrocan oil didn't do much for my barnet, I'm keen on trying the pure Argan oil but I love your description of the smell of this one.

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  22. Lately, I've been itching to try out hair oils because while I love the Moroccan Oil, if you pump too much out, the hair's going to look like a greasy mess.. this sounds really good albeit pricey! :)

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    1. This is so much lighter and after you apply it in the hair is disappears. Even little things like that fact that you don't notice a grease residue on your hands in the same way that you do with Moroccan oil make it a winner ;)

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  23. Thanks for your detailed review! :)
    I havent's tried this product until yet inspite of everybody is in love with it.. I think it's time to buy it! :D

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  24. I've tried quite a few of the expensive oils on the market but time and again I come back to the body shop polynesian monoi miracle oil at £10.00.

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  25. Laura, how does one identify when a product has silicones in it? I get so confused reading the backs of bottles, so many ingrediets!

    Have you considered the Ojon one? It's nice and light and I believe that it's silicone free, as Ojon generally is, so I'm told x

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    1. The rule of thumb is that if it ends in -cone, it's a silicon derivative. And the higher up those words are on the ingredients list, the worse it is. Ojon is tricky to get hold of here i think :(

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  26. WOW that was a thorough review - congrats! :)
    I love this product: I'm on my 3rd bottle, so it says a lot :) I maynly use Kerastase products and don't have problems w/ the silicone stuff: my hair is long and thick, but I manage to keep it healthy :)
    xx raquel

    @BeingRaquel

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    1. haha it was pretty thorough, wasn't it? :)

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  27. I have fine straight hair that leans to the oily side, but I still have dry ends that can look crispy. So I go for Amika Obliphica Oil Treatment. Smell is lovely and its more of a nourishment/treatment for me. At night before my beauty sleep I put a few drops on my ends and by morning it has made my hair soft and hydrated! Love this stuff.

    But I wouldn't use it for a styling product due to my hair type.

    Sarah

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  28. I use all natural hair oils because I try to avoid silicones and alcohol as much as I can (i have very dry and curly hair). I probably wouldn't be using this one, but I have tried the Shu Uemura one, and I actually quite liked it considering the amount of silicones it has in it :)

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  29. I've been blessed with a head of extremely thick, curly hair and have, on various hairdressers' suggestions, tried an embarrassing number of hair oils (Moroccan Oil, Elixir Ultime, Macadamia Oil, Essence Absolue...you name it!) and, although Elixir Ultime was definitly my favourite of the bunch, I've come to the conclusion they just don't work for me. Although they do make my hair shiny, they also, I'm guessing because of the naughty silicones, make it very difficult to style and leave no end of product build up. Oh well, guess this is just one hair trend I'll have to miss out on!

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  30. Hi Laura, have u heard of Orofluido oil before? I think that's my go to choice after finishing my Macdemia nut oil.

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  31. I love Moroccon Oil (not so sure about the shampoo and conditioner though), I tried the Redken All Soft and it didn't quite meet the mark. I think, for me,I don't seem to use as much heat on my hair when I use the Morrocon Oil which equals less frizz and consequently, less need to suffocate my hair with other styling products which are normally drying and suck any life/energy out of my hair. Wanting a sample of the keratase now though especially if it is thinner then MO which does build up after a few uses.

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  32. I'm all about hair oils at the moment and I have been eyeing this one... Still in love with my Moroccan oil though :)

    http://nickysbeautyquest.com
    Xo

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  33. It's funny because I work at a hair salon, so I get to try a lot of the new products on the market when they come out. I love Kerastase, so when they came out with a version of the hair oil I thought nothing could top it. For some reason, my hair acts the opposite of yours with this. It makes my hair SO greasy and weighed down compared to the Shu Essence Absolue! I don't know what it is, but the Shu oil leaves my hair feeling silky, hydrated, and frizz-free where the Kerastase one leaves my hair feeling weighed down and oily! I do have to say though, Kerastase products all smell phenomenal ;)

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    Alyson
    www.crushingonclothes.com

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  34. Great review ! Thank you for posting it ! xx

    clayandbeauty.blogspot.com

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  35. that's the problem-the silicones,when they are before the oils, it means that they coat the hair and block this way the benefits that come from oils... I use pure argan oil, which smells like..let me see...a goat? that crossed my mind for the first time.luckily the smells doesn't linger at all, it's great, just the smell..you know, we all want to feel luxurious at times :) thank you for the review XO

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  36. I love Kerastase products, but they are so pricey. Joico and It's a 10 are also amazing.

    Xo

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    1. I have never seen It's a 10 around here but I hear about it on YT :) Sounds like good stuff!

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  37. Hi Laura, I use Alterna Bamboo Kendi Pure Treatment Oil. It contains a whole load of different nourishing stuff including organic bamboo, doesn't contain any silicones and smells lovely. Leaves my hair lovely and shiny and under control after drying, plus it's great for taming my frizzy ends :)

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  38. I actually have started using the Moroccan Oil Light. Says that it is for lighter shades of hair and fine hair. Like it much much better than the original. My sister-in-law has started to use just pure Argan Oil that she purchased from Vom Fass in New Orleans - https://www.vomfassusa.com/commerce/product.jsp?prodId=300&catId=42&#product I'm thinking that might be my next purchase. You can cook with it too. It tastes and smells like a nice roasted coffee.

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    1. ...and I love coffee :) I should check it out! :)

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  39. I use Naturelle d'Argan 100% Pure Argan Oil for my hair, face and body and love it. It's pricey but you need so little and can customise it with Essential Oils or mix it with other pure oils such as Evening Primrose or Rosehip depending in your needs and where you're using it.

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    1. I love the sound of customising the oil depending on where you use it and what your skin/hair needs at that time.

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  40. I'm absolutely loving my Macademia oil, but it also has pesky -cones in it! I've definitely noticed a change in my hair, but I guess as soon as I stop using it that change won't be so obvious anymore. Would really like to try a pure oil again, and am thinking pure coconut oil, when I was in Thailand I bought a bottle and slathered it everywhere, body, hair, cuticles and it was amazing. Will definitely have to look into where I can get pure coconut oil in the UK, as I'm pretty sure I'm not going to find a cute little old Thai woman selling it on the side of the road along with a collection of wooden frogs! x

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    1. :) Ooh see now I want to buy pure coconut oil...think I will be hitting the supermarket this weekend :)

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  41. I'm yet to try this but is on my wish list! I can also higly recommend kerastase chroma cleansing balm for coloured hair, surprisingly has no sls or silicone, its like a shampoo/balm you alternate with your normal shampoo, results are just amazing, I've reviewed it somewhere on my blog if you're interested! What really transformed my hair was when I switched to SLS free shampoo last year, takes a good few weeks for hair to get used to it though. x

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  42. I love Cibu's Ancient Serum. It has an amazing scent and it is such a great moisturizing/styling oil. Not heavy or anything! I love your photos.

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  43. I've never really used these types of hair oils for this very reason. I wanted to buy Moroccan Oil last week but I ordered a bottle of pure Argan oil instead. I used it for the first time last night so I'll see how well it works!

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  44. I'm using a completely natural unrefined bio argon oil. when buying these kind of products I stay way clear of the products that are only for hair. a real natural nourishing product is also something that you can eat. :)

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  45. I'm on my second bottle of this and it even made my "Favorite product of 2011" list ;) I love it!

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    1. Yay! How long did a bottle last you out of interest? I am thinking this is going to take months to get through!

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  46. I've tried quite a few hair oils over the past year but L'Oreal Professionnel Mythic Oil has to be my favourite. It's a lot lighter in consistency to the Moroccan Oil and I feel a little goes a lot further! I use it pretty much as soon as I get out of the shower, so my hair is virtually dripping wet, and it aborbs in to my hair really quickly! It's not at all greasy and smells really nice. I sometimes use Moroccan Oil just on my ends as a quick fix but find it too heavy to use all the time. I don't like using Moroccan Oil on wet hair as I don't find it that effective, to the point where it basically does nothing! The L'Oreal is also a lot cheaper - around £12 I think! If you like a lighter consistency then definitely try the L'Oreal! :)

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    1. Okay that's it. Mythic Oil sounds like a winner. I bet it's the same bloody stuff as the Kerastase as well - only cheaper in price! :)

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  47. I've never really tried any hair oils but this one sounds pretty good. I'm just scared they'll make my hair greasy :\ plus they're all super expensive and from what you've said they shouldn't be that price! Thanks for the review Laura

    Charlotte Couture Blog

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  48. I use Jurlique's Almond oil on tips of my hair, works a treat re fizz and conditioning. Also use it for my cuticles and mix in with body lotion. LOVE.

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  49. Laura!

    Have you smelt the orofluido hair oil that resembles this? That one smells absolutely incredible I would buy the perfume if they came out with a scent like it. I can't get enough of it! The major downfall is that the scent doesn't last very long in your hair.

    besides the scent it also leaves my hair incredibly soft. you should definitely get a sample and do a comparison (and recommend a perfume based on its scent). I'd love to know how it compares to this one.

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  50. I always try to read the ingredients, and if I find a dupe for much less then I try to pick it up. If it doesn't work out then I choose the expensive brand. I think they can be give or take. Right now I love the Organix oil sprays and serums because they are dry and thin. They have a macadamia I want to try.

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  51. I bought this 2 days ago but havent used it yet - I guess I just went with all the hype...fingers crossed it works for me

    Diana

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  52. My apologies, Laura, I know you're in marketing, but I'm somewhat perplexed by a product called an 'Elixir' with such, well, misleading marketing (tautology?)

    I would hope it's not too absurd for me to have high hopes for this product. But alas, it was another disappointment. I know there are many statutes and regulations that govern what can and cannot be advertized, but I can't help but be upset at the misleading, almost conniving promises that are often made! People don't have an unlimited supply of disposable income and these distorted and pervasive ads are borderline immoral.

    Okay, I'll get off my soapbox, back to stilettos and french manicures....

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  53. I use 100% pure camellia oil, which has been used for centuries in countries like Japan. It does wonders for my hair! I believe camellia oil is one of the main ingredients in the Shu oil too!

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  54. Nice blog start following you (^_^)

    Glenn of Gencified

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  55. I use a homemade blend of camellia oil, rose oi, jojoba oil, and tamanu for my hair...and sometimes I rub some shea butter on after a shower. My hair has grown so much!

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  56. I use mostly pure natural oils because like you said, all these fancy oils kinda go to waste when you put a bunch of silicones in it that will basically prevent it from penetrating your hair lol. But I guess thats why its such a good styling product.
    Anyway, I've been using coconut oil on my hair for about 5 weeks now and wow! The effect of this is way more impressive than any other I used, actually seemed to penetrate my hair and make it bouncy?! Its crazy but it works. And it smells like a tropical island.

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  57. love your blog!! :D

    Now following you:) would you mind following me?

    xxx

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  58. What kind of camera do you use? I love all of your pictures!

    xoxo, glitterandguilt.blogspot.com

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  59. Hi Laura! Just wanted you to know that because of you I went on s shopping spree today - I bought Phyton shampoo and conditioner. I then went to my hair salon and bought the Karestese Elixir. I really value your reviews so I'm sure they'll be amazing. I really miss your YT videos but I'm thankful that I get to read your blog!

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  60. I've started using Macadamia oil - which I really like and a major plus is that you can pick it up for a reasonable price online. However have just spotted the Kerastase Elixir Ultime on Buyapowa! http://www.buyapowa.com/deal/340

    So might have to try it out...

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  61. i've never tried any hair oils, but i am tempted.

    http://whattheshoe.blogspot.com/

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  62. Love your blog!!! xoxo from Rome

    www.rockandfrock.com

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  63. love Morroccan oil because my hairdresser daughter gets me a discount but love the look of the Kerastase..love your blog,but feel you should come with a health warning...especially near my payday..Im nearly 50 and fat :( but hey that wont stop my young heart being tempted by shampoos and makeup that you blog about x

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  64. I've tried the A-Z of these type of oils and my favourite is the Macadamia Spray - have you tried it?

    Best Wishes,
    Her Ivory Tower

    http://herivorytower.blog.com/

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  65. My money is on burdok oil. but it's a bit different. you use it as a deep treatment. Just apply it all over you head and hair,put a plastic wrap over for at least 30 mins, shampoo and condition as usually. It might make you hair feel a bit dry after the first use, but after that - you get your best hair: soft, shiny and it also promotes new hair growth.

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  66. Hello Laura,

    Sorry for this but I have a question not concerning this post. I remember you were taking hair growth supplements some time ago. I was wandering if you could tell me what they were called and more importantly if they actually worked for you.

    Thanks muchly
    Sylwia xxx

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    1. they are by the brand phyto. phytophanere is the name of the capsules, i just ordered my second bottle because when i stopped talking them my nails all broke and went brittle again.
      hth, if my opinion counts as well :)

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  67. Thank you so much for the review! I've been contemplating between the three and I think we have a bit similar hair type, so this could really work.

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  68. I have to say that i bow down to Kerastase Elixir Ultime, and i had no idea it contained silicones :( this has slightly changed my opinion of it now.

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  69. Have you tried Redken All Soft Argan-6 oil? A hairdresser recommended it to me over the Kerastase oil because it also protects against heat.

    Love your blog, you have inspired me to write my own!!

    Mrs Jones x

    http://joneses-keepingupwith.blogspot.com/

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  70. I have been thinking to take this product for quite some time, so thank u for this review, it helped a lot!!! I have just found your blog, and I love it, so sweet and girly!!:)
    Kisses from the newest follower!!:)

    Jelena
    glamfabchameleon.blogspot.com

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  71. hi,first time in your blog...lovely review...first time read about this product.wanna try this..such a informative review...:)i am a new blogger,it will be my pleasure if you visit my blog....samannita.blogspot.in

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  72. Great review ! I love this oil , and the smell is just amazing ! I've tried so many kerastase products and i loved them all , kerastase is def. One of the best haircare lines out there !

    Www.liyanasadvice.blogspot.com

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  73. Just bought some here in South Africa... giving it a bash, so wish me luck! Will repost results as soon as...

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  74. I have always wondered why I loved the smell so much, Black Orchid is my favorite perfume of all time. Literally I am so predictable with that smell. Smells masculine, but in a good way.

    I have always heat styled the crap out of my hair, but it always seems to be in great condition. Stylists will ask me how that is and I have always used a hair oil. So even though they are all silicone pretty much, apparently it's doing something.

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  75. Such a intrursting infarmation and nice to read this article Thank you. cheap rubber wristbands

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  76. Nice blog, and good to read this article and info i like it cheap silicone wristbands thank you for shearing

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  77. Can you please do a review on unite luxury oil... Maybe compare the two and tell us your favorite?

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  78. Can you please do a review on unite luxury oil... Maybe compare the two and tell us your favorite?

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