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Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Dry Shampoo HubBub from Keratin Complex

Keratin-Complex-Dry-Shampoo-Lift-Powder-for-BrunettesDry Shampoos are so in right now with so many brands adding one to their line. Most are colorless and the only one I ever saw that was colored was from Bumble and Bumble a few years ago and it was horrible. It was pretty innovative at the time and came in colors depending on your hair color. I used the one for brunette and the first time I used it, a bunch of it stained my pillow that night. Ugh, yuck, in the trash it went. It wasn’t until now did I even remember it when I received KERATIN COMPLEX Dry Shampoo Lift Powder ($35/9g @ to try. Overall I find dry shampoos akin to sprinkling some talcum powder on my hair and it doesn’t always blend in. With this one, it comes in three shades, brunette, blondes and a white that is neutral. And this one dispenses through a brush so you can buff it into the roots. Love that! And it has a hint of lemon so this of this one like sending your hair out to the dry cleaners, which still attached to your head.


Thursday, October 06, 2011

Cybelesays Special Report – Keratin Express Blow Out

As the drama continues to rage on with Brazilian Blowouts (calling it a BBO for the sake of this feature) or whatever name they are going by in your neck of the woods, more companies are coming up with alternatives to the nasty chemicals they use. I mean, I’ve heard of quite a few salons that are turning the other cheek until something solid comes down because it is a huge money maker for them but I’m hoping you will consider this one and this one as alternatives Because at the end of the day, anything that’s going to eliminate frizz, I’m down with.

I recently had the Keratin Express Blow Out over at the B2V Salon in Beverly Hills and this is considered  a friendlier version of the hair defrizz because it uses no harsh chemicals. But the drawback is that it only lasts up to 6 weeks. It’s also not going to set you far back as the traditional one as it’s only $100 and only take about 1 hour to do. So there are a lot of pluses for this one and very few minuses.

It an in-salon treatment that infuses natural keratin deep into the hair cuticle to smooth it so it not only keeps frizz at bay, it also makes strands really shiny. Essentially this chemical-free process is like a super conditioner that deposits protein back into the hair.

Keratin-Complex-products One thing to keep in mind – this hair treatment is not a straightener. I know the traditional BBO is also considered a hair straightener but this one for sure does not. I mean, when I had the BBO, I could put my hair on top of my head at night, wake up, let it down and no kinks but with this one, yup, kinks, but no frizz, so just something to make note of.

In order to keep locks smooth for as long as possible, pick up their Keratin Color Care Shampoo ($21/13.5oz), Keratin Color Care Conditioner ($21/13.5oz) and the Infusion Keratin Replenisher ($32/1.7oz, $41/3.4oz). And the brand just came out with a bunch of styling products like a Flex Flow Finishing Hairspray, Lock Launder Strengthening Dry Shampoo and a Volumizing Dry Shampoo Lift Powder that comes in three colors that I have on deck to try. Will keep you posted!

Find a salon that offers it in your area @ and book yours during your next lunch hour.

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