High-Gloss Serum & Masque Duo

GLOSS Moderne
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High-Gloss Serum & Masque Duo

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WHAT IT IS: A duo of GLOSS Moderne's popular High-Gloss Serum and Masque.


  • High-Gloss Serum, Size: 4 oz
  • High-Gloss Masque, Size: 4 oz

WHAT IT DOES: The High-Gloss Serum is a technically brilliant serum with a mega-lacquer finish. Prepare for relentless thermal protection and startling shine. It's like lip gloss for your hair. The High-Gloss Masque is a resplendent moisture-treatment masque for instant gratification and soiree-worthy shine. Use weekly or even daily, and get swept away by the signature fragrance of Coco de Soleil.

HOW TO USE: For Runway-Ready Results: Apply Masque for 5 minutes, then rinse. Apply Serum to damp or dry hair. Get Glossed.

WHAT ELSE YOU SHOULD KNOW: All GLOSS Moderne products are sulfate-free, sodium chloride-free and paraben-free.

Brand: GLOSS Moderne

Origin: United States

GLOSS Moderne’s luxurious hair care products make hair so shiny and smooth, that people call it “lip gloss for your hair.” Formerly known as Brazilian Gloss, GLOSS Moderne offers professional-grade keratin treatments that you can conveniently apply in the comfort of your own home to instantly achieve a salon-quality look that lasts for weeks. GLOSS’s signature Coco de Soleil scent — a blend of coconut, rum, and almond — leaves your hair smelling delicious and smooth; for extra-tough cases, the brand's Extreme series contains a special ingredient to fight the frizz for up to three months. Even better: GLOSS Moderne’s anti-frizz, high-gloss masque, serum, and shampoo and conditioner are sulfate-, formaldehyde-, and paraben-free, and made in the U.S. Founded by California entrepreneur Kuen Rameson, GLOSS Moderne has become a hit among publications such as Rachel Zoe’s The Zoe Report and Lucky magazine.