The reason I'm doing the three together is because they are related so it only makes sense (at least to me) to do them together. Now, I must admit I was a little put off to see packets in my Birchbox. I'm not a fan of packets because I don't believe that they provide enough product to actually test. I got about two uses out of the shampoo, three or four out of the conditioner and a few more out of the Lumiere Liquide. They lasted longer than I thought but my hair is pretty short so it doesn't take a lot of product.
Here's what Birchbox has to say about these products:
Kérastase Cristalliste Bain Cristal - Fine (Shampoo)- Even if you don’t have naturally thick hair, you can still get bouncy, voluminous locks. Kerastase’s high-foaming shampoo is designed specifically for ladies with long, fine hair. In the shower, it turns into a mousse-like lather thanks to an infusion of oxygen and pumps volume into even the wispiest of strands. The result? Flowing tresses with plenty of shine.
How it Works- Long, fine hair needs products especially designed to meet its needs. While conventional shampoos tend to weigh hair down with their heavy formulas, this light, paraben-free formula adds incredible body and movement. An oil-solubilization system removes dirt and impurities from your roots, while conditioning agents smooth and polish each strand. An infusion of aloe vera tames frizz and adds silkiness.
How to Use- Wet your hair, and massage a quarter-size amount into your roots. Work into a rich lather, and rinse away.Price- $36.00 for 250ml
Kérastase Lait Cristal Conditioner- The hair-centric among us have one burning question for Blake Lively: how does she get those gorgeous waves? Though our curiosity may never be fully satisfied, we can all get better hair with this shine-enhancing conditioner, which was inspired by the “Gossip Girl” star. Specially designed for long hair, it detangles knots, repairs damage, and glossifies each strand. Next up: show-stealing locks worthy of a red carpet premiere.