RESISTANCE

MASQUE FORCE ARCHITECTE

Reconstructing masque that instantly replenishes weakened to very damaged hair

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  • Benefits
    • Intensely replenishes while rebuilding holding structure of hair fiber
    • Smoothes, heals and protects hair
    • Helps prevent breakage and split ends with patented Intra-Cylane
    • Fortifies every strand from within for maximum effectiveness
  • How to use
    • Apply a quarter-sized amount to lengths and ends
    • Leave on for 10-15 minutes and rinse thoroughly
  • Key Technology
  • COMPLEXE CIMENT-CYLANE:

    • Intra-Cylane: Recreates a holding structure around each breakage point
    • Pro-Keratin:Fills in the gaps in the cortex
    • Ceramides: Build external cohesion and smooth the surface cuticle
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  • MASQUE FORCE ARCHITECTE is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 12.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from So far so good! I have very damage hair and I believe the only way to cure it is to apply mask. Therefore, I've purchased more than 4 masques from Kerastase for targeting on different needs. This mask is particularly for preventing breakage and split ends but this does more than that. It soften, smooth, and provide shine on my hair. However, compare to Oleo relax, this one has weaker effectiveness. I guess this mask is for " cure and heal " rather than moisturize your hair. So, the best way to maintain healthier hair is to get both Oleo relax and Force Architecte!
    Date published: 2013-05-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from amazing!!!! this is an amazing masque!! i recently died my hair to a level 6 or 7, 8 blond and it took a tole on my hair my hair before the process was very healthy and it decently still was after i bleached it the only thing i didn't like about that process is that it made my hair feel a little dry to the touch so i had to get the best masque conditioner that i knew of so i went and bought kérastase cause they literally have the best products on the market and i didn't even think twice about spending $65 on a deep conditioner because i knew it would work and give me an instant result after the first time i used it their was a huge difference!!!! on how my hair feels, it feels as soft as a teddy bear. it was even more shiny it just made my hair feel like the normal feel before i bleached it:))))))))) very impressed with this masque.
    Date published: 2014-03-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product! Poor container. I used it for the first time today. I'm a black woman, and I relax and color my hair. So, I wanted something to help with the damage those processes cause. My hair was nice & soft after I used the Architect shampoo and the masque. My hair was very soft and smooth before I washed it. So, I can't be sure if it's the masque or just my hair. But, I will definitely continue to use this product. The reason I wrote the review was actually to talk about the jar it comes in. I used to use the Masquintense that comes in the same type of jar. It's a thick conditioner and makes sense to be in a jar. The Masque Force Architecte is quite thin and does not warrant a jar. It really (really) should be in a bottle. It's a mess getting it out of the jar. At one point, I actually poured it into my hand. That's how thin it is! A jar is not an appropriate container for this product.
    Date published: 2013-03-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from makes hair stronger and more resilient this masque does just what it promises.... fortifies weakened hair. It is for damaged, brittle, breaking hair. It is not for moisture. If your hair is dry you need masquintense! my hair is more manageable, less tangly, less mushy feeling after going super blonde. I add in moisture products like nectar thermique now that my hair is strong enough to hold moisture.
    Date published: 2014-09-03
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Prior Formula was MUCH better The Architect masque is such an inferior formula to the previous masque for the Bain de Force line. I was so excited when they came out with the Architecte, thinking it would be even better and more reparative for my weakened, fine hair. This is horrible. First, the consistency is weird, like drippy Elmers glue. It has an "off" smell, that after a few months gets worse and smells rancid. The texture is runny, and does not feel rich or moisturizing on my hair, like a masque should feel. Even though my hair is somewhat fine, I MUCH prefer and use the Nutri-Thermique masque, and it makes my hair so soft and luxurious - and does NOT weigh my hair down, like the Architecte does. I am so disappointed in the shampoo, conditioners, and masques in the Architect line. It was SO much better when it had the Bain de Force and had the Vita-Ciment Topseal. Kerastase should really bring back the previous "Force" formula, the whole Architecte line is NOT at all like the other, great Kerastase products!!
    Date published: 2013-11-04
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Like the old product better Sad to say liked the old version better, this product dries out baby fine hair, weighted it down quite a it so in so cal where we have water that is mineral based very heavily I would not recommend this product. Sad to say had several people say the same thing.
    Date published: 2013-05-17
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from not as expected I was looking for a reconstructing treatment and since most of Kerastase products are very good, I tried this mask. The result was not what I expected. I could not notice any improvement in my hair.
    Date published: 2012-03-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Vita Ciment Range is worth Buying I've got very oily hair but also damaged, frizzy with split ends so you're always find many fallen hair (due to breakage or oily scalp) I tried many smoothing range like Oleo Relax. I admit it really gave me soft, shiny hair but it's making my hair oilier n oilier. Which will definitely cause "congested" pores and flat head when oil secretion occurs during mid-day. When i use normal balancing shampoo, my hair ends will be so brittle like "fried vermicelli". Until I came across KERATASE on a magazine. Bought Masque Force Architect and Bain De Force(Shampoo) yesterday. Love the shampoo.. It really make me feel cleansed n fresh without drying up my hair. Followed by the Masque, it's not like those silicone based masque to give u a sleek feel. But you can really feel that it's coating up your lengths as you're applying thru. After wash, hair is more manageable, as you run your fingers through, you will realised that your tangled hair or rough hair is almost gone. And Best of All, it's not oily. It's as if you've not used anything. It repairs your hair w/o weighing it down.
    Date published: 2012-02-20