The “Discipline Bain Fluidéaliste” by Kérastase comes in a bulky container of 250 mL. The product design is a light rose gold color and the brand and product details are inscribed in black on the container. The lid is screw-on which can be an issue when applying shampoo as it is difficult to close during a shower.
This shampoo is used for unmanageable, undisciplined hair that is difficult to style. It is also suitable for very sensitized or chemically treated hair.
The shampoo has a fruity and flowery smell that lingers on the hair.
The “Discipline Bain Fluidéaliste” shampoo by Kérastase has a very creamy texture and consistency.
The “Discipline Bain Fluidéaliste” tamed the hair after only a few uses. We found the hair more relaxed and smoother to the touch. The shampoo infiltrated to roots of the hair and made it less frizzy.
The product allowed the hair to keep its bounciness and volume without being hard to style. The hair maintained its healthy look and was shinier after using the “Discipline Bain Fluidéaliste”. The shampoo was gentle on the hair and did not make it greasy. Although we were able to observe results by using only the shampoo, we recommend pairing the “Discipline Bain Fluidéaliste” with a mask or a conditioner from the same line. In fact, the creaminess of the shampoo allowed the hair to soften which made it easy to style. However, with paired with a mask or conditioner, the hair is tamed for more days at a time.
Like most Kérastase shampoos, this product is very creamy and needs to be washed out of the hair and the scalp very thoroughly to ensure that there is no buildup which can cause itchiness and greasy-looking hair.
An important point to add: In addition to all its features, this shampoo is sulfate-free. This means it won’t strip away the essential oils from the hair and will prevent dryness.
The “Discipline Bain Fluidéaliste” shampoo by Kérastase retails at $26.9/250mL which is comparable to other products in a similar range like René Furtherer’s “Sublime Curl Shampoo” which sells at $25.5/200mL. It is, however, pricier than other products in a different range like Klorane’s “Shampoo with Papyrus Milk” which retails at $13/200mL.