Give your mane a moisture boost
The shampoo claims to add bounce and moisture to damaged hair that’s been fried and dyed beyond all repairhealth and fitness Updated: May 03, 2012 19:50 IST
Product: Tigi Bedhead Urban Antidotes
Promise: The shampoo claims to add bounce and moisture to damaged hair that’s been fried and dyed beyond all repair
Pros: When your hair has been coloured so many times that you’ve forgotten what its original hue is, it’s not exactly racking up major points in the ‘shine and bounce’ department. But after the very first use, the shampoo seems to inject thin, fine hair with much-needed volume. Flyaways seem reduced and shine does improve noticeably. The best part is that despite the greasy weather, the hair doesn’t get flat after 24 hours of the wash, which is a rarity.
Cons: After the honeymoon period of two weeks, the product’s performance began to dip. Its contribution to mane volume reduced, and as the temperature soared, the hair began to lose its bounce within a few hours. By end of the third week, the product seemed to need major back-up in the form of conditioning masques to deliver the same effect.
First Published: May 03, 2012 13:06 IST