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TIGI Catwalk Curl Collection Curlesque Leave-in Hair Conditioner: Quick Sample review

I like curls. I detest ( not really), straight hair. They look flat on me. Besides, I feel curls are more glamorous. I get more drawn to them than straight hair. But this is not about what I like, but this is about why I also prefer products for curly hair. And why I am amazed by TIGI Catwalk Curl Collection Curlesque Leave in Hair Conditioner.

TIGI Catwalk Curl Collection Curlesque Leave in Hair Conditioner
TIGI Catwalk Curl Collection Curlesque Leave in Hair Conditioner

My hair is fine and wavy. Because of blow-dries ( non optional for me), it has recently
gone very dry at the tips. I feel sorry for you my hair!

So, I am eternally searching for some kind of leave in which would
  • tame frizz
  • hydrate my hair
  • soften it
  • protect from blow dries
  • would not weigh my hair down

Sound like miracle. Doesn't it? I couldn't believe it when I reached for that near perfect product and more so because it has been resting for almost two years by now!

My experience: I had doubts in using a cream leave in conditioner because mostly they are heavy for fine hair, cause more dandruff and above all, curly hair is usually thick and coarse.

On rubbing a dime size on my palm, the product spread around smoothly. It felt smooth, almost oily, yet not really sticky. And, on application, it just melted in my hair and spread nicely. I could immediately feel the product on my hair and it softened up. I have tried air drying after following it with the serum and it gave more waves sans the frizz.

In my next application, I tried it with the diffuser attachment, and today is my second day hair which feels soft, sans the frizz and looks good. My scalp also feels no discomfort. I have the 9 ml sachet and I have already used the product twice or thrice. I still have sufficient quantity left to give me two more uses I think.

Verdict: I am loving this leave in cream and by far, it is one of the best of the best products I have tried so far. Even a miser like me is now planning to go on a hunt for this not-so-inexpensive product.

Have you tried any of the TIGI products? Any thoughts or recommendations?