Can salon-level Tigi Bed Head Urban Antidotes products actually re-energize or resurrect, as they promise? Or is all the alliteration for naught?
By Roxana Hadadi
One thing I’ve learned the hard way: My hair does not like highlights. I got my hair done about 10 weeks ago in all-over copper and gold highlights, and I hoped the experience would be better than my last, when my highlights turned out overly brassy and ended up making my hair split-end city. But at the one-month mark, again I started getting worried: Were my highlights looking drier than usual? Why was my hair so tangled and rough-feeling after every shower? And could I reverse the damage?
I use deep conditioning hair masks and moisturizers fairly often, but about six weeks ago, I thought about incorporating a more regular routine—and decided to try out Tigi Bed Head Urban Antidotes, a line with three different levels of treatment. Level 1, Re-energize, is “perfect for normal hair that needs a daily pick-me-up”; Level 2, Recovery, is for “dry, damaged tresses that need a moisture hit”; and Level 3, Resurrection, is for “weak, brittle hair that needs an intervention.” My hair veers between Levels 1 and 3—quite literally, as my roots are pretty moisturized and don’t need that much work, while my ends are far more dry—so I experimented with both during the month-and-a-half period.
How did my test with Tigi Bed Head Urban Antidotes work out? Read on to learn more!