Love it: Kérastase's luxe couture styling collection

The beauty world went bonkers when the first images of Kate Moss for Kérastase were released as teasers to the public, and talk began about whether or not the luxury haircare brand’s first styling collection would live up to the exceptional reputation of its muse.
Well after an initial play I can say that yes, the Parisian beauty brand has done Ms. Moss proud - and that the collection is almost flawless in its interpretation of totally luxurious styling. Hurrah!
Kérastase has launched the new range with 10 iconic styling products that merge “luxury and elegance to capture every woman’s unique beauty”. They meet the wide range of wants and needs of women and hairstylists worldwide, and include everything from a blow-dry gel to high-shine polishing serums and a dry shampoo. Like a tailor-made couture gown, every product was conceived individually - each formula is unique with a targeted styling action, thermo-protection and a refined skincare texture - and the range even has a signature fragrance that is subtle but still a statement, and I love it.
Kérastase tapped the shoulder of renowned stylist Luigi Murenu – famous for his unique vision of ‘hair beauty choreography’ – to provide the brand with creative inspiration when developing each product, and the master’s hand most definitely stands out in products like the ultra luxe Mousse Bouffante and the Laque Couture, both of which do their job with zero stiffness and maximum fabulosity.
After an initial play my two favourites are the Spray-A-Porter Tousled Effect Spray - a beachy formula containing mineral salts - and Powder Bluff, which is one of the best dry shampoos I’ve ever used. It’s super fine and lends a perfect texturized volume, as well as mopping up oil and keeping blowdries looking their best.
The Kérastase Couture Styling range is available nationwide right now at all Kérastase salons, so I strongly suggest you go check it out!


  1. I always thought you could not go past Kestase Curl Up leave in creme, but maybe I should give the Sary-A-Porter Tousled Effect a try for my curly locks?

  2. It will definitely work - a little more of a beachy effect rather than definition, but I reckon it would be a winner : )


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