I picked up TIGI Bed Head shampoo and conditioner because one thing that blogging has made me do is to want to try new products so I can compare them and blog about them.
Before I started this blog, I generally bought whichever shampoo and conditioner were on the best promotion.
Lately, I’ve been spending a few extra quid on better quality ones to see the difference they make to my hair.
I have very dry, dull hair. It’s thick and brittle and the frizz is uncontrollable. My hair is wavy, with a few ringlets and many flyaways. I have to straighten it otherwise it looks like a bale of hay strapped to my head. No jokes.
When my Tresemme shampoo and conditioner ran out, I had a look on Amazon for my next hair adventure.
I cam across this Bed Head duo pack. At £20 for both, it is a tad on the expensive side, but you do get 750ml of product in each bottle which will probably last me 2-3 months, washing my hair around 3 times a week.
I first discovered Bed Head at the Birmingham Clothes show I went to when I was 14. They were giving away bottles of their products randomly to people in the crowd and I came away with some form of styling product that smelt like coconut.
These products both smell like skittles.
They are supposed to help recover your hair and the pair is aimed at dry, damaged and dull hair. Perfect for someone like me, with long hair that’s probably over abused with heat.
The shampoo did make my hair shiny, but not as smooth as the Frizz Ease Flawlessly Straight range – which is my current champion of all hair products.
That’s another reason I like to write about my hair products – it gives me something to look back at and compare results. I’m starting to see what products work the best for me.
While this product was great at softening my hair, it’s still not knocked John Frieda off his pedestal. I’ll have to see if my next choice of shampoo and conditioner gives him a run for his money!
Have you tried TIGI Bed Head shampoo and conditioner before?
If you want to try it, you can buy TIGI Bed Head Urban Antidotes Recovery here.
Want more hair reviews? Check out my John Frieda Frizz Ease review.