Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Tigi Catwalk Your Highness Volume Line

Tigi ( the makers of the very famous Bed Head line) introduces Your Highness for super volume.

The line is a full one, with Shampoo, Conditioner, Thickening Gel Creme, Root Boost Spray Mousse, Weightless Shine Spray and Firm Hold Hairspray.

Now as you may have read here before, The Mom is forever in search of fullness, volume and lift for her platinum blonde fine, limp hair . If you ever need volume tips, she's your woman.

So she was happy to try something new and maybe even better than her stand -bys. She has the Root Boost Spray Mousse and Firm Hold Hairspray. The Root Boost especially is winning major raves. She has been using Big Sexy Hair Root Pump for about a year now. She doesn't love it but it's the best she's used thus far. Your Highness has done it way better. She loves that this conditions her hair while also giving major oomph . It didn't help that the Big Sexy brand left her scalp flaky and oily. Your Highness Root Boost does none of that thankfully. Hair is soft but also full. The Mom goes through a lot of products and if it gets her seal of approval, it has to be good.

The Firm Hold Hairspray is doing a great job as well . This is extra hold and held up in the hot days we had earlier this week. It doesn't weigh hair down and kept it in place for the day.

You can visit for much more information,including a Catwalk micro-site, a full product roster and a salon locator.

Your Highness Root Boost Spray Mousse is $ 14.95
Your Highness Firm Hold Hairspray is $ 20.95


Anonymous said...

My mom is also addicted to this hair spray, but since she uses almost a can per week, she'd like a cheaper alternative. Any suggestions? Thanks!

Beauty Alchemist said...

Wow a can per week is an expensive habit :) It's hard to duplicate the really ood high edn ones with drugstore ones and I haven't tested as many.

I would say to try Pantene Fine Hair Lasting Volume one. I've not used it but in general Pantene is the tops at drugstore.

Garnier Full Control Strong Hold is not bad , per the mom, but not up to Tigi level. She was impressed enough though, for it being a drugstore brand.

Good luck and let me know if you find one that works really well.