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TIGI Bed Head Colour Goddess Conditioner Review


Keep colour charged. TIGI Bed Head Colour Goddess Oil Infused Conditioner, infused with sweet almond oil, deposits a micro-layer of water repelling agents on the hair, without feeling heavy. This indulgent formula contains nourishing shea butter, Vitamin E, and keratin. Developed to help smooth down the cuticle and to deliver lipids to the hair. Oil defence for electrifying colour. Bed Head Colour Care for serial hair abusers.


A good quality conditioner is so important for maintaining my heat processed, bleached, long hair. TIGI's Bed Head range is one I've used and loved before so moving from their Dumb Blonde to Colour Goddess line when my reconstructor finished seemed like a good plan. Let's face it I could easily be described as a serial hair abuser.

The first thing I noticed was the scent. The fragrance is described as toffee heaven and man, I totally agree. I love a delicious smelling hair product and this is one of the best. It's a toffee coloured product as well which seems quite appropriate. As for the packaging, it's quite simple and fuss free. Its easy to get the right amount of product out.

The combination of ingredients, including almond oil, shea butter, vitamin E and keratin definitely contributed to my hair feeling soft, strong and tangle-free. I didn't feel like my hair was at all dry and damaged, nor did it feel weighed down and greasy. That's not an easy task when I use a generous amount and massage it in pretty close to the roots.


I didn't notice much of a difference when it came to colour defence but I think that would be more noticeable for someone with bright red or dark brown hair. That didn't bother me at all, in reality an electrifying colour wasn't something I was looking for!

I'm quite happy with the quality of this TIGI Bed Head conditioner. I'm keen to try out some more.


Are you a self-confessed serial hair abuser?
What scent is your favourite when it comes to hair products?

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