Eight Days of Mischo Beauty Giveaways: Day 6: Kerastase Nutritive


The Kerastase Nutritive product line is very near and dear to my heart because it was the first product line I used during my first apprenticeship at the most AMAZING salon in DC. During that time, I was educated on just about every Kerastase product- therefore gaining a clear understanding of which products should be used on certain hair types. And believe me, there is definitely a Kerastase product for every hair type/issue!

So today, you can win the Bain Satin 1 shampoo (complete nutrition shampoo for normal to slightly dry hair), Lait Vital 1 conditioner (incredibly light nourishing care for normal to slightly dry hair) and the Serum Nutri-Sculpt (leave-in lustrous repair).

Leave a comment below and tell me what Kerastase products you love and or would like to try, your hair type, AND name/describe a haircolor category (you will find the information in a "Mischo Beauty School: Haircolor 101" post), and you'll automatically be entered to win. The winner will be chosen at random on Wednesday, December 31st.

 

19 comments:

Kari said...

I'd love to try the Kerastase Serum Nutri-Sculpt Leave-in Lustrous Repair!! My hair type is wavy. Temporary haircolor coats the hair shaft and is easily removed by shampooing. Examples include: color rinses or color-enhancing shampoos

December 30, 2008 at 2:55 PM
MCJunkie said...

I would like to try their Kerastase Lait Nutri-Sculpt Leave-in Smoothing Hair Foundation. Sometimes when i wake up I swear rats made a nest in it. I can't get a brush or comb to work. I was thinking about just going bald! But then again these cold winter months would be to much on my head. My hair type is dry and blond, curly sometimes unless i blowdry it. It can be bushy too.
Permanent haircolor is used to lighten hair and cover grey. It remains in the hair shaft until the growth of new hair.
I didnt know this and now i do. lession of the day. thxs
govgirl@gmail.com

December 30, 2008 at 3:04 PM
antithesis said...

i want to try Kerastase Forcintense 5-Day Intense Treatment Program for Very Weakened Hair.

my hair type is 4a- curly and dry

Demipermanent haircolor doesn't lighten hair and, like semipermanent haircolor, it is used to enhance fading haircolor. It penetrates the hair shaft and lasts longer than semipermanent haircolor.

December 30, 2008 at 4:14 PM
kathemc(at)gmail(dot)com said...

Demipermanent haircolor doesn’t lighten hair and, like semipermanent haircolor, it is used to enhance fading haircolor. It penetrates the hair shaft and lasts longer than semipermanent haircolor.

I love the Chroma-Riche line, but would love to try the Noctogenist product line. My hair is medium-fine, dry (from coloring and flat ironing) but I have an oily scalp and LOTS of hair. The result is tons of hair with a propensity for frizz.

December 30, 2008 at 4:34 PM
curly gurl said...

Kerastase is a favorite of mine and I want to try anything from the Oleo curl line. My hair type is curly and dry.

Permanent is one type of hair color. Love this giveaway!!!

December 30, 2008 at 4:38 PM
MakeupByRenRen said...

i've always heard about kerastase and always wanted to try. my hair is so damaged and dry. i think it's a result of not taking care of after all of my hair colorings. Speaking of which, one type of hair color is: . Permanent haircolor is used to lighten hair and cover grey. It remains in the hair shaft until the growth of new hair.

I'd love to try any product but in particular i just saw Nikki from askmewhats review the Noctogenist serum. I'd love to try it!

December 30, 2008 at 4:48 PM
Toystory said...

I would like to try the Kerastase Forcintense 5-Day Intense Treatment Program for Very Weakened Hair.
Curly, long and dry
Permanent, lightens hair, covers grey!! It remains in the hair shaft until the growth of new hair. That's what I need, besides a new cut and style!

December 30, 2008 at 4:57 PM
Tina said...

I would love to try the Kerastase Masque Age Recharge Firming Mask for Devitilized Hair. I have thick,straight blonde hair. I learned from your Haircolor 101 post that Demipermanent haircolor doesn't lighten hair. It penetrates the hair shaft and lasts longer than semipermanent haircolor.

treneebarker at hotmail dot com

December 30, 2008 at 5:11 PM
elaine said...

I would like to try Kerastase Bain Miroir Shine-Revealing Shampoo for Sensitized Color Treated Hair. One category of haircolor is Permanent.
My hair is thick,slightly wavy and dry due to colorings.

Elaine R
emrosser@shaw.ca

December 30, 2008 at 5:29 PM
AK said...

I would love to try the Viole Nuit Overnight Revitalizing Treatment for Fine Hair, bc my hair is very fine and often lacks shine and has many split ends.
My hair is long, thin, often frizzy, and straight. And dark brown. Right now I don't dye or highlight it, but in the past I have used Temporary haircolor that washes out with shampoo (I learned about this category from your Haircolor 101 post!). Thanks so much!

KikiZoe86(at)yahoo(dot)com

December 30, 2008 at 5:40 PM
judygr64 said...

I'd love to try one of the Kerastase Soleil products, perhaps the MICRO-VOILE PROTECTEUR. But all their products look great.

My hair is relatively fine, slightly wavy and dry to medium. It is not colored and has never been.

I learned from your site that temporary haircolor coats the hair shaft and is easily removed by shampooing.

December 30, 2008 at 6:59 PM
Jamie @ Rural Glamour said...

I would love to try the leave in...I've become a hair product junkie in the last couple of months!!

Temporary Color washes out with shampoo.

I think this summer I'm going dive into the colored hair pool!

December 30, 2008 at 7:36 PM
Nadia said...

I'd love to try the Kerastase Nutritve Masquintense. My hair type is mostly 3B and Semipermanent color gradually fades with shampooing.

This is fun! :)

December 30, 2008 at 8:03 PM
Anonymous said...

I most definitely would love to try the Kerastase Forcintense 5 day Intense Treatment Program for very weakened hair cause my hair falls out real bad and it's all over my house, my car it's everywhere and it's really scaring me and my hair is very dry and brittle if it's not falling out, it's breaking off, I normally keep my hair long but I had to cut it recently because I heard that the length could be the cause of my hair falling out but then again I also heard that if you wear it up all the time your hair will break too and I wear my hair up in a ponytail and a messy bun, I can't win either way, I need something for my hair soooo bad that I'm desperate to try anything, I've never tried Kerastase cause I can't afford it but I sure would love to try it though! Thank You for giving me the opportunity to enter in this giveaway, I hope everyone has a great New Year! :)

Carrie Copeland
carrie-78@live.com

December 31, 2008 at 1:54 AM
augusta said...

i don't have any color in my hair. my hair is 4a/b 3c ish. i've always wanted to try something from this brand but it's way out of my price range.the products that you described in the post sounds like it would be great for my hair- as i am a natural and my hair needs all the moisture it can get. my email is otongakpan@hotmail.com

December 31, 2008 at 6:36 AM
Grayburn said...

Hey! Great to hear that you'll be joining! I'm wondering if you might have an email addy where I can send you info?

Thanks again for participating!
Grayburn

December 31, 2008 at 6:49 AM
Anonymous said...

I would LOVE to try Lait Vital 1 conditioner as well as the Kerastase Masquintense Concentrated Nourishing Treatment for Thick, Very Dry and Sensitized Hair.I have very thick coarse hair--I am African American so its categorized as 3c with a mix of some 3B (for those of you who arent aware this is based on the Andre Walker, a stylist and author of Andre Talks Hair.

Demipermanent haircolor is similar to semipermament in it will not lighten hair it enhances fading haircolor. It will penetratthe hair shaft and will last longer than a semi permamnent color.

Tamika
tamika0309@yahoo.com

December 31, 2008 at 8:22 AM
Huguette E. said...

I would like to try the Kerastase Nacre Nutri-Sculpt Leave-in Shine Enhancing Treatment Wax.

My hair is thick and straight.

From haircolor 101, the one I use: Permanent haircolor is used to lighten hair and cover grey. It remains in the hair shaft until the growth of new hair.

December 31, 2008 at 8:38 AM
naomi said...

I'd like to try the Kerastase Noctogenist overnight cream
My hair is fine, but I have lots of it! Straight hair...
Temporary color is removed by shampooing.
Naomi
akareee@yahoo.com

December 31, 2008 at 3:47 PM

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