This one delivers volume
You really don't have to be a loyal reader of From Roses to know that I crave voluminous hair more than most things in life. After trying I think all of the options that Boots has to offer I set my hopes a little higher and thought maybe a pricer option might be what I needed. Having previously adored the Tigi Bed Head Superstar Conditioner, I was excited to see what the volumising range from Catwalk by Tigi had to offer.
This range has been re-launched after popular demand they have been reformulated to be made even better, I got the oppertunity to try out the Your Highness* range. The problem with my hair is that whilst it is very fine there is hell of a lot of it and it is so difficult to get it to hold and volume or texture. Throughout my years of trialling and testing many haircare ranges that promise to give my tresses a boost is that they can either make my hair too heavy or have the tendency to make my hair flyaway. This range seems to be right on point with just how much moisture it injects to my hair whilst still volumnious and the volume actually stays around for days as I don't wash my hair daily this is vital for me. Whilst I want my hair to feel nourished it is important that it has a little bit of grit to it to hold a style better as I find sometimes if my hair is too soft curls just fall out as soon as I put them in and since using this I have found my curls stay all day and in this weather that is some achievement.
Being a more high end hair care brand I was expecting the price to be a little too harsh on the purse strings but I was more than pleased to see that these come around in the £10 mark. That is just a little bit more than your standard high street haircare brands and I think these products are worth those few extra pounds. However the ingredients list isn't quite as squeaky clean as I would have liked they have never irritated my scalp which can a tiny bit dry in the winter. Certain ingredients might also leave hair with a small amount of product build up but using a clarifying shampoo will sort this issue out in no time if it does occur.
I like to switch around my hair care quite often just so my hair doesn't get too accustomed to something and they don't work as well as they could do so whilst I do think I would buy these again it will be a good few months before I do. Although these products do deliver on the volume front I can't deny the ingredient list does irk me slightly however I think I might divulge into some of the styling products in the range such as the volumising spritz.
Have you tried anything you really love by Tigi?