I’m gonna keep this real simple. This post is about sap. That’s right: sap. A sap that comes from an ancient plant and has magical powers. It has the ability to come back to life, even after ten years of near death. Are you still with me? I’m not high. Focus for a second. It will all be clear in just a minute. Now, look at the pictures. See any changes? My hair maybe? I’m not one to brag, or trick you into hard sells, but even I must admit it’s looking mighty lush. Look at it swooshing and being all soft. That’s because Kérastase used that same Resurrection Sap to create their new Résistance Thérapiste line. And since Kérastase and I are old buddies, I was one of the first people to try it last week.
But wait, there is more! This particular regimen makes you put on the conditioner first, and then the shampoo! (I always find it really funny – and suspicious – how beauty companies come up with new ways to sell products, but this actually makes 100% sense, guys!) They call it Reverse Care and it’s supposed to protect and transform my color-treated and fine hair into a shiny, smooth coiffure. It’s all about second chances here. They showed me how to do it at the Plaza hotel salon first, and then I just did it myself at home, before I got on the chopper to East Hampton. I don’t don’t know about you, but if I can have this hair every day, I will drink the damn sap!
All clothing provided by N for Nicholas.
Photography by Felix Wong.
Big thanks to Irene Nicholas for an awesome weekend! See you in LA, baby!