Try to ignore for a second the bright lips in this pic (it’s Kat Von D Bachelorette), and focus instead on the hair.
Note how well-behaved it is…like a previously unruly child who gets suddenly very still and quiet when you mention taking her to Baskin-Robbins if she stops misbehaving.
It’s been raining more or less non-stop here for more than a week, and that means high humidity, which in turn usually means horrendous frizz.
But a few products from Kerastase’s new Discipline Bain Fluidealiste anti-frizz line are helping to keep my hair from throwing any wild fits.
Bain Fluidealist is Kerastase’s new line of products to smooth hair and keep it looking sleek in high humidity, and I’ve been using Bain Fluidealiste shampoo ($39), Fondant Fluidealiste conditioner ($42) and Fluidissime anti-frizz heat protection and shine spray ($42).
You know the phrase, “Go big or go home”? Well, when it’s humid or raining outside, my hair’s mantra is “Go big and get frizzy.”
The trio of Bain Fluidealist products I’ve been using ensures that my strands stay in their designated driving lanes. Plus, it adds shine and smoothness.
The line is designed for all hair types, but you may want to exercise caution if you have very fine hair, or if you’re otherwise concerned with volume, because the products do seem to weigh down my hair a little…which shouldn’t be a problem if your hair likes to expand into neighboring galaxies when it’s raining or humid.
Kerastase is known for their heavily scented products, and these items definitely do have a strong, perfume-like scent.
But I like it. It smells a little like warm vanilla mixed with freesia to me. 🙂
If you need help taming your tresses and controlling frizz in humid weather, you can find all three Bain Fluidealist products now at salons and online.
I wait all year long for this!
I know it looks like a scoop of nasty Pepto-Bismol ice cream, but this stuff is SO GOOD.
It’s Baskin-Robbins peppermint ice cream, and despite the fact that my brain thinks it looks totally disgusting, my brain also thinks it’s super delicious. 🙂
I’m not really even a mint person either… Mint usually make me feel like I’m brushing my teeth, but I sure love this.
One day back in high school my friend Jen practically forced me to try it, telling me that I’d like it if I could get over how it looks, and she was totally right.
It’s like eating a really cold, creamy candy cane. Try it sometime!
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,