Bed Head By Tigi Volume Range Review

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Hey my loves!

So few days ago I received a big package from Bed Head Tigi. I never used to believe that there were any point in using a specialised shampoo or conditioner. Shampoo is just shampoo and conditioner is just conditioner, right? Wrong! Little did I know until a few days ago that specialised hair products actually do work wonders for your hair.

If you want to see more, continue reading. 🙂

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The first thing we have here are shampoo and a conditioner. Apparently you should see instant ‘va-va-voom’ which I don’t think is the case when I leave my hair to air dry (which I’m doing a lot at the moment), but when I blast it with the hairdryer it certainly gives me more volume than I would expect, I personaly don’t mind that, I just wanted to put that out there.

Following up with the Conditioning Jelly, I do often find volumising products to make the hair quite dry so it creates texture, but this jelly conditioner helps to lock-in moisture. Don’t let the word jelly put your off, it’s far from a heavy formula, it feels lovely and moisturising when applied.

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Moving on to the styling products which are my favourite. The one I use most frequently is TIGI Bed Head Big Head Volume Boosting Foam and I reach for it on a near daily basis. I use mousses or foams a lot more these days than I did having overcome my fear of scrunch drying resulting in crispy curls and the TIGI Bed Head Big Head Volume Boosting Foam is perfect for daily use whether you’re blasting with the hairdryer with head upside down or being more intricate with your styling.

A small amount of the foam is run through hair and any residue on my hands tackles the roots to avoid them becoming greasy. The Volume Boosting Foam is lightweight but gives the desired volume to my hair. It is not sticky or heavy on the hair and I can simply apply this and go and even throughout the day a quick ruffle at the roots picks things back up.

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Finally is TIGI Bed Head Full Of It Volume Finishing Spray which should come with a warning ‘extreme volume’. This product is not forgiving and is most definitely the product that stands up to the ‘va-va-voom’ claims. They say ‘without greasy residue or stiffness’ and that it will ‘deliver firm hold that remains flexible’ which is mostly true. I find this to be quite sticky on my hands, I like to spray on them and then run through my hair, but it doesn’t translate to stickiness on the hair.

One thing to be mindful of is as I’ve alluded to is that this product really does work so be careful. This certainly gives you volume and hold although it’s flexible. It will take some figuring out how you like to use this product and what works best for you and your hairstyle but once you do you’ll love it as much as I do.

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The TIGI Bed Head Superstar Queen for a Day Thickening Spray works on both wet and dry hair. The recommended method on the bottle is spraying it close to your roots.  You can also go all out and spray the product all over your locks instead!

You can use it without the blow-dryer too for a quick volume boost and lift. Personally, I think the bigger the hair, the better, especially when you’re getting ready for a night out. So while it is a great solution for those with thinner hair, I’d recommend it to people with all hair types and textures!

*TIGI provided me the product for trial purposes.

That was it for today! What do you use to style your hair, tell me in the comments! 🙂

Have a nice day❤

Love, Dajana.

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