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Tigi Bed Head Leave In Conditioner

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Brand: Tigi / Type: Conditioner / Subcategory: Hair Treatment

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      31.01.2001 16:11
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      I have been using Tigi leave in conditioner for a while now and I would strongly recommend it for people who want sleek and staight hair. My hair is very dry (too many highlights) and I also have a natural curl in it. I find that when I try my hair straight the next day it is all wavy again. When I use the conditioner it is still straight the very next day. It leaves my hair in lovely condition and I can actually run my fingers through my hair without getting "stuck". It makes your hair shiney and more manageable. It smells lovely also. I am not sure if you can buy it in High Street stores but I normally buy it from Toni & Guy Hair Salons. A bit pricey maybe but well worth the money and it does last a long time as you only need to use a small amount otherwise you will end up with a head of greasy hair! Certainly recommend anyone with hard to manage hair or dry hair to go and buy it!

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        27.08.2000 10:51

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        This product is great for those who don't have time/can't be bothered to use both shampoo & conditioner, but need to as they have dry hair. With this conditioner, you just shampoo your hair then smother your hair with the sweet smelling stuff and you're done. The only thing that is a bit off-putting, or not, depending on your preferences, is the colour - it used to be pinky, to match the smell, but they've now changed it to bright turquoise! You kind of wonder where the colour goes once you apply it to your hair, but I guess it makes the product stand out while the packaging remains cheap see-through plastic.

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