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Kérastase Paris has been the hair and scalp expert since 1964, offering continuous innovation in their product creations and prescriptive solutions for every hair care need.

Known for their iconic hair care products and professional rituals, Kérastase provides tailored solutions for serious hair concerns, while also creating transformative hair looks full of rich colour and shine.


Which Kerastase products should I use?

Kerastase Australia has a huge range of products, which is why we put together this ultimate guide to help you navigate the brand and show you how to use Kerastase products. However, if you just want a quick look at some of their best products, we’ve put together a short list for you below.


Our favourite Kerastase products for dry and damaged hair:

For dry hair we recommend starting with Kerastase’s Elixir Ultime range, which uses camelia oil to nourish color-treated hair. We particularly like the Kérastase Elixir Ultime Sublime Cleansing Oil Shampoo, a rich and luxurious cleansing Kerastase shampoo packed with argan oil.

Another good pick is the Kérastase L'Incroyable Blow Dry Heat Lotion, a heat protectant that gives hold and shape, helping to prevent further damage.


Our favourite Kerastase products for fine and thinning hair:

For fragile hair types, like those with fine and thinning hair, we promote using either the Kerastase Densifique range, or the Chronologiste to promote hair growth.

We recommend the Kerastase hair growth pack Kérastase Densifique Femme Cures, which contains 30 vials of a Kerastase treatment that helps to restore body and volume. It might be a little on the pricey side, but is a Kerastase treatment worth it? Absolutely.

We also recommend the Kerastase gift packs like the Kérastase 123 Densifique Pack, to get a complete understanding of the range.


Our favourite Kerastase products for blonde hair:

Our favourite products for blondes come from the Blond Absolu range. If you have blonde or colour-damaged hair you might be wondering, does Kerastase have sulfate-free shampoos? The answer is yes, and they will make you look like you just left the salon.

Our best pick is the Kérastase Blond Absolu Bain Ultra-Violet, an iridescent purple shampoo that neutralises brassy tones.

A Kerastase oil that blondes and those with colour-damaged hair love is the Kérastase Résistance Extentioniste Serum from the Kerastase Resistance range. This revitalising concentrate and booster repairs damage and promotes hair growth with a powerful host of ingredients.

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Kérastase Elixir Ultime Beautifying Hair Oil 100ml
Kérastase Elixir Ultime Beautifying Hair Oil 100ml

Pricey but worth it

I have fine/limp hair that's pretty frizzy so I always have to be careful about the oils I use so I don't weigh my hair down. I use 2-3 pumps of this on my mid-length hair and it does a great job at taming frizz without pulling my roots down.
I love the scent, packaging and texture. Zero negative things to say about this product!
Kérastase Nutritive 8hr Magic Night Serum 90ml
Kérastase Nutritive 8hr Magic Night Serum 90ml

Defs a Magic Night Serum

Honestly the best thing! I have curly, fine blonde hair and this is truly magic when applied in damp hair and then let air dried or blow dried!

I really want to try the Blonde Serum they have just released!
Kérastase Blond Absolu Night Hair Serum 90ml
Kérastase Blond Absolu Night Hair Serum 90ml

Obsessed with this packaging

I've been using the 8 hour night serum in the redish bottle this year and fell in love with it so once I saw this but for blondes, I was so excited. Although I haven't noticed much of a difference in the product making my hair lighter, I can feel it's repairing my hair and leaving it soft, shiny and strong. The smell isn't as pungent as the nutritive 8 hour one but still smells lovely. Either way ...

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