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Alex Reviews Kerastase 8H Magic Night Serum – Liquid Gold in a Red Bottle

I cannot pretend that the Kerastase 8 Hour Magic Night Serum will look beautiful on a shelf in your bathroom, but I can confirm that it made my hair luscious and soft!

The Night Serum is not a cheap product, clocking in at $64AUD for a 90ml bottle, but oh boy, does this serum pack a punch!

As you can see in my before photo, my hair has been taking a real beating lately. Constant heat treatments mixed with its first bleaching in a while has left it damaged and it’s natural wave nearly non-existent.

I showered and then combed the Kerastase Serum through my hair, popped on a gel mask and a chick flick and had a perfect Friday night in. Overnight the Iris Root Extract and ‘5 Vitamin Blend’ worked their magic, and I was left with soft and bouncy waves the next morning.

Iris Root Extract is often used as an anti-aging ingredient in skincare as it helps to retain proteins, this makes a lot of sense for a hair mask as protein plays a big role in your hair strength. The 5 Vitamin Blend wasn’t revealed to me, and even after extensive googling I could only confirm 1/5 – Vitamin E which is used to reduce cell damage and encourage hair growth.

Since my first use of this a few weeks ago, I’ve been popping it on my hair once a week to keep it fresh and bouncy over the holiday period. If you’re looking for something to bring some spark and health back to your hair, then the Kerastase 8H Magic Night Serum truly is magic, and I would definitely recommend it!

Want more beauty reviews? Click here for Alex’s review of IT Cosmetics Cult CC+ Cream and here for our review of Kim Kardashian West’s Beauty Brand KKW Beauty.

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3 comments on “Alex Reviews Kerastase 8H Magic Night Serum – Liquid Gold in a Red Bottle

  1. Mmmm, I’ll give this a go my hair could do with some TLC

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