Pricey vs Priceline

Pricey vs Priceline: Hair Repair Milk

by Madeleine Borgersen

Looking for a product with a little extra heat protection for your dyed or damaged hair? One that smoothes down those locks and adds shine too? A restructuring milk is the perfect pick!

Pricey vs Priceline: Hair Repair Milk

Restructuring milks are great heat protectors, that also smooth and repair the appearance of dry, damaged hair as you’re styling.

Pricey: Kérastase – Ciment Thermique Reconstructive Milk – $48

Kérastase’s Resistance Ciment Thermique Resurfacing Reinforcing Milk (phew!) is a supercharged heat protectant milk that, when applied to towel dried hair protects weak, damaged hair from heat styling and makes blow-drying a breeze.

The Kérastase Resitance Ciment Thermique smooths your hair’s fiber and strengthens each from within meaning less breakage. Not only does it strengthen but with it’s Thermo-Seal technology it brings serious shine to otherwise dull and dry locks.

Priceline: Charles Worthington – Salon at Home – Pro Heat Repair Milk – $19.99

Charles Worthington’s Salon at Home Pro Heat Repair Milk let’s dry and brittle haired lasses love their heated styling tools again. A lightweight leave-in treatment that is activated by heat to smooth out and refresh damaged hair.

Argan oil and a mix of vitamins and minerals add moisture and shine to your locks turning them from dry and frizzy to lovely and lush!

Gorgeously scented and a great detangler to boot, it’s an all round wonder product for dull and tangled tresses.

The Verdict:

Both of these hair milks are gorgeous picks, perfect to protect and treat damaged hair while you style. Which is our pick? We love the Charles Worthington Salon at Home Pro Heat Repair Milk and not only for the gorgeous price tag.

The Salon at Home Repair Milk leaves your locks super soft and not at all heavy or greasy it also adds shine and limits the amount of breakage we experience during our good ol’ blow drys.

Looking for a product to add a little more oomph to your heat protection? Charles Worthington’s Salon at Home Repair Milk is a must try!


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