Meghan Markle-loved Kérastase haircare line just expanded

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When it comes to taming tresses, Kérastase is among the mane brands stars swear by.

And now, thanks to the label’s latest launch — an updated version of the cult-favorite Nutritive collection — famous folks like Meghan Markle might need to make room on their beauty shelves. 

The line, which the brand dubs “a nourishing ritual for dry hair,” just dropped three new products, in addition to seven re-formulated favorites like the Nutritive Masquintense Hair Mask ($63) Markle once praised. 

“It smells like vacation and makes your hair slippery and touchable,” she once raved to BeautyBanter of the original version. “I love this stuff!”

A hair mask from Kérastase

Nutritive Masquintense Hair Mask ($63)

A Kérastase hair serum in a white and orange bottle

Nutritive Split Ends Hair Serum ($45)

In addition to a fresh formula of the mask — which the brand dubs “even more intensive and ultra-concentrated,” per a press release — the line features brand new products like the moisturizing Nutri-Supplement Scalp Serum ($58), the Lotion Thermique Sublimatrice ($45) heat protectant and the Split Ends Hair Serum ($45), which is designed to hydrate and nourish strands.

For shopping multiple products at once, the reformulated line also includes sets — currently 10% off with code HAIRSET10 — like the Nutritive Fine to Medium Dry Hair Care Set ($125) and Medium to Thick Dry Hair Care Set ($146).

The Nutritive line is far from Markle’s only favorite at Kérastase, however, as she also once told Beauty Banter that she used the Bain Oleo Relax line “religiously.”

An orange Kérastase shampoo

Bain Oleo Relax Shampoo ($40)

Kate Middleton has also been rumored to use the collections’s Bain Oleo Relax Shampoo ($40) on her own bouncy blowout, while Jennifer Aniston’s is said to swear by Kérastase Discipline Oleo-Relax Advanced Hair Oil ($45).  

Sydney Sweeney, meanwhile, can’t resist the brand’s Résistance line; she recently told The Post’s Alexa that she swears by the brand’s Sérum Thérapiste Hair Serum ($45).

“I’m currently on a mission to save my damaged hair, and this has been my Holy Grail during the process!” she raved.