Tuesday, 15 October 2013

Tigi Bed Head Headrush Shine Spray Review

Tigi Bed Head Headrush Review
Tigi Bed Head Headrush Shine Spray - RRP £15.95 - Hairtrade.com* £9.06
I've got a new review today from an item I found on Hairtrade.com. Since having slightly darker hair recently than I have over the past 5 years or so, I've found it's more of a mission to find shine related products. Having blonde hair meant my hair never looked shiny due to the shade. You get quite a big amount for the price and it looks so nicely on my drawers. The bottle is right up my street, a dark fuschia and a bright green lid. Packaging always draws me in - marketers know how to get people to buy the products!

The product itself is just okay. My mid lengths to the ends are still quite blonde so I guess it's not going to make my hair super shiny, but the roots are my more natural light brown shade right now. It sprays a fine mist, rather than a powerful aerosol type spray, all over my hair which I much prefer! It doesn't make my hair greasy in any way which is always a worry as my roots get oily pretty quickly.

The scent is a little too fruity, so sometimes I've gone over it with my Neal & Wolf Shine Spray which defeats the object of using this. Tigi products generally don't seem to work well with my hair from the few products that I've tried. Hairtrade was the cheapest I found the bottle at £9.06 and they price match items found elsewhere too!

Overall I liked it, but I probably wouldn't re-purchase it. I am still hunting for a really good shine spray but I think the Neal & Wolf pips this by far! Both in scent and shine properties. I'm willing to give Tigi another go though as they've got such a big range.

What are your favourite shine boosting products?

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