Serge Normant is a renowned hairdresser, who has worked on the hair of everyone from Cindy Crawford to Sarah Jessica Parker.
The Serge Normant hair care range wasn't something I was familiar with before (sorry Serge), but when asked if I would like to test some out, after doing a little research, I leapt at the chance.
The products are designed to make healthy, glamorous hair easy for women to achieve at home. I've been testing out 3 products over the past few weeks, and here's what I think.
Meta Velour Conditioner*
Designed to be deep conditioning without adding weight, the Meta Velour Conditioner is also suitable for coloured or over-processed hair. It contains natural botanical oils and essential fatty acids to make hair silky smooth and make hair bouncy. The formula is really thick - it feels like you're squeezing a treatment mask out rather than a traditional daily conditioner and really does leave hair soft, shiny and manageable. It didn't weigh down my fine hair at all, and smells divine. £19.30 for 236ml
Meta Luxe Hair Spray*
The hairspray comes out in a really fine mist and gives good hold, with no sticky feeling. It also smells amazing. Like hair perfume. That said, it's pricey. I'm not sure I could bring myself to pay £20 for a bottle of hairspray, even if it does make me want to sit and sniff my own hair. £20 for 221ml.
Meta Lush Volumiser*
Designed to add more volume to hair, this product should be sprayed at the roots for some added oomph. I really enjoyed using this on my fine hair, and have to say, it lived up to it's root lifting claims. It doesn't feel stiff or sticky, and contains proteins and vitamins to help add shine and manageability to hair. I found I didn't need to use lots of product to get a good 'lifted' effect either, making an expensive product better value for money. £22 for 150ml.
The Serge Normant range also includes a dry shampoo, hair oil plus more styling products and can be found online at HQ Hair. Prices start at £10 for travel sizes and go up to £42.50 for an intensive treatment mask.
Would you try this range?