May 17, 2012

Kérastase Cristalliste - the best-kept secret for long hair is a secret no longer! Contest!

You're young, you have beautiful, naturally radiant, supple long hair, life is perfect right?! Maybe not...

Young, long hair has it's own challenges - it tends to become oily due to excess sebum production and because you like to move about, run your hands through your hair and change hairstyles during the day, the hair lengths are often dehydrated and brittle. Wear and tear, heat, lack of care, pollution and sun all combine to make it fragile.

Kérastase has examined the young, long hair paradox of an imbalance between oil roots and sensitized lengths and developed a line to treat these issues - the Cristalliste range!

A brand-new type of cleansing agent combined with a selective polymer and extract of Aloe Vera well known for its moisturizing power in skin products with three key benefits: smoothing the fibre - while targeting only the parts of the hair that are sensitized - the ends are repaired, the fibre is coated and the lipid layer is protected; treating the roots - to perfectly cleanse the scalp while leaving it unharmed; and creating the fibre - improving the quality of the fibre's lipids ensuring an airy texture, sensual movement and a radiant glow.

Available in the range is:

Bain Cristalliste Luminous Perfecting Shampoo - 250ml - $36 - in two formulas: one for thick hair, the other for fine hair - removes impurities while respecting the integrity of the hair's lipid layer - enriched with a liquid light complex to leave lengths looking beautiful without weighing them down.

Lait Cristal Luminous Perfecting Condition -200 ml - $44 - suitable for both fine or thick long hair - a rinse-off formula enriched with Aloe Vera to repair the fibre's lipid structure resulting in tangle-free hair that feels soft, loose and light that looks shiny and airy.

Lumière Liquide Luminous Perfecting Essence - 50ml - $42 - for sensitized lengths and ends - a non-greasy no-rise serum with a light texture and high concentration of softening agents that can be applied on wet or dry hair.

If you've been looking for the perfect products for your long hair, this might be just the thing and we would like you to have a chance to try it out for yourself and win the line! Interested? Then read on...

This contest is open to all our Canadian followers and it's very easy to enter, just leave a comment letting us know that you follow through Google Friend Connect or Facebook Networked Blogs (if you aren't a follower you can do that now - sign up buttons are in the right sidebar).

1 entry for following and answering the question - What is the biggest challenge you have with your long hair?  Please also leave your e-mail so we can find you if you win! 

And for extra entries: 
Follow @BeautyCrazedCan on Twitter and tweet the contest.
Follow @KerastaseUSA on Twitter and tweet the contest.
Follow Kerastase Canada on Facebook - www.facebook.com/KerastaseCanada

If you prefer not to leave your info on a public post, please leave a post saying you want to enter with your answer to the question and then e-mail your info to info@beautycrazed.ca, please put "Kerastase Contest" in the subject line. Remember to leave the post or you name won't actually end up in the draw! Winners to be decided by random drawing and you have until June 1st to enter. Good Luck! 

- Lisamarie -

72 comments:

  1. GFC: Canadian beauty.
    I would say my biggest challenge with long hair is getting decent volume in my roots!
    canadianbeautyreviews@gmail.com

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  2. Following via GFC
    the biggest challenge I have with long hair is keeping the ends healthy and hydrated

    jx . wong at gmail . com

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  3. Wow, nice contest! :)
    My hair tends to have no body or volume. It gets weighed down by the length :(

    GFC follower
    natz128 (a) hotmail . com

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  4. Following via GFC

    My biggest challenge with long hair is tangles...when I can't bear it any longer, I chop it back to shoulder-length.

    ellaprettyblog AT gmail DOT com

    (+3 for:
    -following you and Kerastase on Twitter and
    -tweeting about the contest: https://twitter.com/#!/Ellaprettyblog/status/203172297215971328
    -following Kerastase on FB)

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  5. Lovely giveaway, thanks!

    My biggest challenge with long hair is getting volume at the roots! I have a sweet spot in regards to length, anything beyong that and my hair just hangs flat.

    I follow via GFC as lisa_carbone.
    I also followon Twitter (@LIttleMama71) and LIKED Kerastase Canada on Facebook (Lisa Carbone). I have retweeted this giveaway here:


    https://twitter.com/#!/Beautycrazedcan/status/203168148378230784

    Cheers, Lisa

    lisa[_]carboneathotmail[dot]com

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  6. My biggest challenge with long hair is it gets heavy and takes too long to dry when wet.

    GFC - Happy Chinadoll
    Twitter - follow @BeautyCrazedCan
    Twitter - follow @KerastaseUSA
    Tweeted - https://twitter.com/#!/Happy_Chinadoll/status/203184955377991680
    Following Kerastase Canada on Facebook

    happychinadoll@gmail.com

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  7. Thanks for having this great giveaway Lisamarie!
    The biggest challenge I have with my long hair is getting lots of knots & split ends. My hair is not in the greatest condition...

    GFC: Christina Dragan
    Follow @BeautyCrazedCan and @KerastaseUSA via twitter @christinadragan
    Tweet: https://twitter.com/#!/christinadragan/status/203183367796162560
    Follow Kerastase Canada on Facebook: Christina Dragan

    christina.dragan@hotmail.com

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  8. GFC: Z.
    And my biggest challenge is definitely split ends....and avoiding them so I don't have to chop them all off and say goodbye to my long hair!
    email: zaria.ren@gmail.com

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  9. I follow via GFC
    I also follow on Twitter

    My hair is super long & my biggest challenge is to resist the urge of having it up in a bun all the time!

    transatlanticlove@gmail.com

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  10. I follow via GFC as Glogirl.
    The biggest challenge I have with my hair is its frizziness!

    ajmizen(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  11. I follow you on Twitter @glogirl3 and tweeted:
    http://twitter.com/glogirl3/status/203195812476493824
    ajmizen(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  12. I Follow Kerastase Canada on Facebook. (Amy M)

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  13. GFC: Dragana Aksentijevic
    The biggest challenge I have with long hair is keeping it curly more then 30-40 minuts.
    daberky@gmail.com

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  14. follow here & on twitter :)
    https://twitter.com/#!/TheFunkyCrew/status/203225596174680064

    mizzkriz at gmail dot com

    keeping it straight and frizz free all day!

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  15. I follow on GFC as belinda m

    My biggest challenge is my hair becoming dried out



    bluebelle0367(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  16. I like Kérastase Canada on facebook - Belinda M


    bluebelle0367(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  17. I follow yhou on twitter as Prairiebelle and tweeted

    https://twitter.com/#!/Prairiebelle/status/203281531953872900


    bluebelle0367(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  18. I follow keratase on twitter as Prairiebelle and tweeted

    https://twitter.com/#!/Prairiebelle/status/203281753664794625


    bluebelle0367(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  19. My biggest challenge is volume at the roots. I love my long hair, but the weight of it makes it very flat on the top!

    I follow via GFC as bagnella

    My email is bagnella (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  20. I'd say the biggest challenge is tangling. I think I could brush my hair all day and still have tangles. It's worst in the summer when car windows are down, if I don't have a hat or something it's baaad.

    Following:
    GFC as Bailey- I Know all the Words
    @BeautyCrazedCan and @KerastaseUSA as @all_the_words

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  21. GFC: Victoria
    x.vickiiiie@gmail.com

    The biggest challenge is keep it away from my cat. He has a tendency to try and jump and swat my hair with his claws out when my hair is dangling over the sofa as I watch TV. I ended up getting some pretty ugly claw marks along my arm. >_____>

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  22. My biggest long hair challenge is probably keeping down the frizzies!

    GFC: Kristy C.
    youwerefantastic@gmail.com
    twitter: angelsins
    Liked Keratase on Facebook (as Kristy C.)
    I follow beautycrazedcan on twitter, and tweeted: https://twitter.com/#!/angelsins/status/203374610736103426

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  23. My biggest challenge is fried-looking hair! :(

    GFC: Carla
    FB (Kerastase): Poignant Tuna

    plur268 at yahoo dot com

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  24. The hardest part is my hair is that it gets the frizzies.

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  25. GFC: Dreena B

    My biggest challenge with my long hair is volume/fullness.
    Thanks.
    dreena_b at hotmail dotcom

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  26. GFC: Sweetshenanigans
    girl23rocks at hotmail dot com
    Although my long hair is pretty easy to manage, it can be flat sometimes and get tangled
    I liked them on facebook as Swee Shenaniga
    I follow you both on twitter @Alliegal101 and tweeted: https://twitter.com/#!/Alliegal101/status/203583057675030528
    Thanks!

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  27. My biggest challenge is dealing with split ends.
    GFC: BooBooNinja
    Email: hermano (dot) buster (dot) bluth (at) gmail (dot) com
    I've liked Keratase on FB, follow both Twitter accounts, and tweeted. I'll email you with the information for these accounts.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  28. I follow with GFC and my biggest long hair challenge is keeping it neat looking and not shaggy!
    rebthecatsitter at gmail.com

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  29. I am following @BeautyCrazedCan on Twitter and tweeted
    https://twitter.com/#!/RebTheCatSitter/status/204094619682734080
    rebthecatsitter at gmail.com

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  30. I follow @KerastaseUSA on twitter and tweeted
    https://twitter.com/#!/RebTheCatSitter/status/204094930786856962
    @rebthecatsitter
    rebthecatsitter at gmail.com

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  31. I Follow Kerastase Canada on Facebook (Rebecca Roberts)
    rebthecatsitter at gmail.com

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  32. I follow through GFC (Katie Gillespie) and my e-mail is katiegillespie84@gmail.com. My biggest challenge with my long hair is frizz!!

    I am also following both of you on Twitter, and I tweeted the contest:https://twitter.com/#!/Zedley84/status/204120407069032449
    Following on FB as well! :0)

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  33. My biggest challenge with my long hair is fighting dry ends and dealing with humidity in the summer!
    I follow through GFC :)

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  35. I follow through GFC. My biggest challenge is frizz.

    dls(dot)1957(at)hotmail(dot)ca

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  36. I follow Kerastase Canada on Facebook.
    dls(dot)1957(at)hotmail(dot)ca

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  37. I already follow via GFC (Cheryl)
    My biggest problems with my long hair are:
    - when it's down and i wear a collared shirt - it's gets SUPER tangled in the back (think rat's nest)
    - lack of volume and body - because i have so much hair and it's semi-thick it wont a thing! Curls fall out in <30min :(

    cfjc_17 at hotmail dot com

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  38. I follow with gfc
    ksceviour

    My biggest problem with my hair is it is so frizzy and out of control!
    ksceviour at hotmail dot com

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  39. I Follow Kerastase Canada on Facebook (Karla Sceviour)

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  40. I Follow @BeautyCrazedCan on Twitter and tweeted
    https://twitter.com/ksceviour/status/205087741615149059

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  41. You know I stalk you on Google Friend Connect and Twitter & tweeted about your contest (@fionaman).

    My biggest problem with long hair is oily roots and dry ends. No matter how frequent I condition, the ends always split and is friend.

    E-Mail: fiona(dot)man(at)gmail(dot)com

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  42. My biggest problem is dry ends that split with oily roots. I try to use oils on my ends and dry shampoo on my roots but sometimes it just doesn't seem to work well enough. Would love a chance to try a new product line!

    I follow through Bloglovin and FB network blogs, gfc sort of

    https://twitter.com/ShannoninBC/status/205492131148738562

    follow you and now @kerstaseusa too

    shannoninbc (at) hotmail (dot) com - or gmail

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  43. My biggest problem is getting knots! :(
    GFC: OPI Addict
    opiaddict@hotmail.ca
    Facebook: Laura Morrain

    Thank you so much!

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  44. GFC follower
    My biggest problem is dry ends with brittleness up to the semi oily hair root.
    sugarandsalt (at) hotmail (dot) ca

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  45. Following on Twitter
    Tweet
    https://twitter.com/Adriana1954/status/205836474447437825
    sugarandsalt (at) hotmail (dot) ca

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  46. Following KerastaseUSA
    Tweet
    https://twitter.com/Adriana1954/status/205837528052404224
    sugarandsalt (at) hotmail (dot) ca

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  47. LIKE Kerastase Canada on Facebook
    sugarandsalt (at) hotmail (dot) ca

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  48. My biggest challenge with my long hair is keeping it smooth and frizzless

    gfc follower Annie1

    nancyrobster at gmail dot com

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  49. follow you on twitter

    greeeneyedwhwom

    https://twitter.com/greeeneyedwhwom/status/206059304355241984

    nancyrobster at gmail dot com

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  50. Like Kerastase Canada on Facebook

    Anne Taylor

    nancyrobster at gmail dot com

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  51. Follow Kerastase on Twitter

    greeeneyedwhwom

    https://twitter.com/greeeneyedwhwom/status/206060049003577345

    nancyrobster at gmail dot com

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  52. The biggest problem I have with my long hair is trying to keep it tangle free!

    Following on GFC (The Photography Elf)
    I follow on Twitter -> @OneLuckyElf
    Liked on FB: https://www.facebook.com/thephotographyelf
    Tweeted:
    https://twitter.com/OneLuckyElf/status/207253112883392512

    hainam AT shaw DOT ca

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  53. Oh my, long hair problems: oily roots, volume hates my hair, by midday it's always tangled like crazy at the back of my neck and it takes forever to rinse out conditioner sometimes!!

    GFC: Beauty Fiends
    Follow both as @Beautyfiends & tweeted: https://twitter.com/beautyfiends/status/207796133198700545
    Liked on Facebook as Beauty Fiends
    beautyfiends01@gmail.com

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  54. GFC follower
    Long hair is great and do find my hair gets brittle fast while the top is always flattened the day after I wash and set. Want that clean and volume look.
    jessigucci (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  55. Following you
    Tweet:
    https://twitter.com/JessiGucci/status/207859558763343872
    jessigucci (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  56. Following @KarastaseUSA
    Tweet:
    https://twitter.com/JessiGucci/status/207860286588325888
    jessigucci (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  57. I have VERY long hair and my usual gripe with it is that the ends get SO dry!

    I follow you on GFC as Annie.

    annickalicenoel (at) gmail (dot) com

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  58. I follow you on twitter @smallthingslife

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  59. And I'm following @kerastaseUSA

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  60. I'd love to enter your contest - I follow through facebook :) Email to follow with my response

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  61. I follow you with gfc (flower_child_23)
    My biggest problem with my long hair is no volume and body
    thanks
    flower_child_23(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  62. I follow you on twitter (@flower_child_23) and tweeted
    https://twitter.com/flower_child_23/status/208228529035415552
    flower_child_23(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  63. I Follow @KerastaseUSA on Twitter (@flower_child_23) and tweeted
    https://twitter.com/flower_child_23/status/208229436036874242
    flower_child_23(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  64. I Follow Kerastase Canada on Facebook
    angela m
    flower_child_23(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  65. GFC follower
    I have long fine hair - lower parts brittle and dry
    sadiebully (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  66. Following Kerastase on FB
    as Nadia Alexnaud
    sadiebully (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  67. Following you on Twitter
    Tweet
    https://twitter.com/Cassi1986/status/208729474785751040
    sadiebully (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  68. Following KerastaseUSA on Twitter
    Tweet
    https://twitter.com/Cassi1986/status/208730412049113088
    sadiebully (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  69. following via GFC: Myra Rzepa

    the biggest challenge i have is it gets fried easily! so its frizzy and dead:( so it needs to be cut alot. also i have really curly hair so it get tangled really easily!

    email: subs0nicd3pths1(at)hotmail(dot)ca

    Following @beautycrazed via twitter: @subs0nicd3pths1

    Following: @kerastaseusa via twitter: @subs0nicd3pths1

    Tweeted: https://twitter.com/subs0nicd3pths1/status/209068520376500226

    Following kerastase via FB: Myra Rzepa

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  70. I'm following via GFC (Anna Luciano)

    makeupartbyanna@gmail.com
    The biggest challenge I have with my hair is that it's dry and brittle from constant dying and styling

    I'm following you on Twitter (MakeUpArtByAnna)
    and I liked Kerastase Canada on Facebook (Anna L)

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  71. My biggest challenge with my hair is that it starts getting tangly on the ends the longer it gets.

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