Now There's a Fragrance Made Just For Your Hair!

...and it won't damage your hair at all

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If you still spritz some fragrance on your hair, then you're doing it all wrong. Alcohol-based perfumes can cause serious damage your hair. And that's why you need an update, missy! The first hair fragrance from Kérastase is a game changer.

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 The Chronologiste Fragrant Oil has the making of a real scent in an oil form, spiked with notes of tea rose, blond wood, and musk. The best part? The oil gives hair a smooth finish along with a long lasting scent.

Kérastase Chronologiste Fragrant Oil, INR 5,000

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