Fibre Architecte by Kerastase

Our friends at Figo Salon of Birmingham just got back from a fast paced fashion forward seven days at New York Fashion Week.  Stylists Kristina Marra and Nina Dimachki of Figo Salon were back stage styling hair for ten runway shows including Monique Lhuillier, Jason Wu and Rodarte.  We asked these two top Michigan stylists what their favorite “go to” product was during fashion week and they advised it was Kerastase’s Fibre Architecte.    

“This product seals and heals,  it helped us turned over processed hair into new again”, says Kristina Marra. 

Fibre Architecte dual reparative treatment can be applied to dry hair before styling.  Once the product is applied, one can straighten hair with a straightening iron or curl hair with a curling iron to watch the frizz disappear and the shine reappear. Fibre Architecte is heat activated.  Once heat is applied to the hair, Fibre Architecte protects the hair by sealing the moisture in.  It’s known to reconstruct the hair fiber by repairing and mending dry split ends.

Fibre Architecte will be available at Figo Salon in  October 2011.

Photo – Nina Dimachki styling hair for Rodarte at New York Fashion Week, Courtesy of Figo Salon


  1. Emma Bloodsworth

    Thanks for the tip. I’ve never used this product but am looking forward to trying it now. After I became a mom, my hair became dry and brittle;-(

  2. My hair became very dry and brittle after I became a mom too! Needless to say, I don’t have the fullness I used to have. I like this product because it feels like I’m getting a salon treatment at home and it actually works very well. Love it! But then again, I only write about the things I love;-)

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