I have been using TIGI haircare products for as long as I can remember, and I think they were actually some of the first higher end haircare products I actually bought. They have since brought out a slightly lower-priced collection called their S Factor range, and today I am going to be talking about the TIGI S Factor Volume Collection.
Starting with the S Factor Stunning Volume Shampoo and Conditioner (RRP £15.50, £16.50), which are the perfect duo to add some much needed volume to my fine, flat hair. The Stunning Volume Shampoo contains a body-boosting formula that works to add bounce to fine, flat hair like mine, and is infused with a moisturising blend of Pro-Vitamin B5 and natural Jojoba Oil. It smells deliciously fresh and fruity and is a weightless shampoo which works at gently eliminating impurities, whilst Nettle imparts mirror-like shine from root to tip. As I don’t use a lot of haircare products on a daily basis, I only have to shampoo once with this, and then once rinsed, I apply the Stunning Volume Conditioner.
The S Factor Stunning Volume Conditioner is amazing for revitalising dull, lifeless hair, and much like the Shampoo, is packed with Nettle, Jojoba Oil and Pro-Vitamin B5 to provide the hair with long-lasting hydration. When combined, the Shampoo and Conditioner enhances definition and boosts volume to give you full-bodied hair, which is definitely a transformation for my hair which otherwise can be very flat and lifeless. I found that together, this duo managed to give my hair so much shine, and tamed my somewhat flyaway locks, which made my hair look much healthier and more ‘together’.
Something I once saw Zoella using is the TIGI S Factor Smoothing Lusterizer (RRP £17.45). This is more of a styling and treatment product, which is comes in quite a bizarre packaging! However, if you suffer from frizzy, flyaway hair which is hard to control, then this is going to be perfect for you. It is a lightweight lotion that smooths the hair’s surface and cuticles to give sleeker, healthier looking hair. It has been specially formulated with scientifically blended ingredients to lock in moisture whilst adding shine.
You only need to use a small amount of the Lusterizer which can be used on wet or dry hair, although I tend to use it on wet hair just before blow-drying. The Lusterizer also contains heat protection to defend the hair against humidity and damage caused by heated styling tools, so this will work wonders if you are planning a trip abroad anytime soon. The formula isn’t sticky and I found that it didn’t leave a hardness to the feeling of my hair, which some styling treatments can do, instead it managed to leave my hair much more controlled.
As I have been styling my hair more recently, into waves and curls, something I have been using more often is hairspray, and so I have really enjoyed trying out the TIGI S Factor Vivacious Volume Hairspray (RRP £20.95). This huge glossy can feels just like something you would find at a fabulous hair salon, and is a hairspray that provides a medium hold to keep your preferred style in place all day long.
Formula-wise, the Vivacious Volume Hairspray doesn’t leave a sticky, stiff residue like some hairsprays can, and contains a powerful formula that provides protection against humidity and frizz. I wouldn’t say it gives a tonne of volume, with it being a hairspray, but it certainly adds texture and plenty of glossy shine to the hair, and managed to keep my curls looking perfect.
You can find the TIGI S Factor Volume Collection online at Look Fantastic.
*This post contains PR samples, but all views are my own