Tigi S Factor Silky Smooth Moisture Serum* £16.90
This is one for those with hair like mine! Dry, frizzy, damaged and generally living a life of it's own.. The Silky Smooth Moisture Serum is part of the S Factor range from Tigi. Tigi created a great group of hair ranges for different hair needs, S Factor is for the woman who wants 'sensational hair every day'. Well who doesn't?! If you desire silky, smooth, shiny, sultry and soft hair then it's worth checking out the S Factor range that is stocked at Dirty Looks.
The Silky Smooth Moisture Serum has a scientific blend of ingredients that smooth the hair cuticle, helps to protect against environmental damage and restore moisture & balance. With ingredients like sunflower extract and glycerin, which work to battle against the frizz and damage to leave your hair protected and sleeker. I love the bottle, it makes me feel all professional, it's like something that you'd get in a salon! Plus it's really easy to dispense the amount of product you want out.
The Tigi Silky Smooth Moisture Serum can be used on wet and dry hair, something that I really like. Not many smoothing and softening products can be applied to dry hair as they tend to way it down or make it look greasy. I can apply bucket loads of this and it doesn't do this at all, my hair seems to love it. It's a lightweight gel formula that really works to tame my frizzy mess head and calm it down. It also smelly like really yummy fizzy sweets and fruits. It's slightly moisturising but not so much on my bleached ends, it works well to smooth out the mid to ends of my hair and make it look a bit sleeker. I use this on dry hair, I take about two pumps for each side and work it in from about ear level down to the ends. It leaves my hair easier to style, softer and keeps it mostly frizz free through the day (unless the weather gets nasty!)
If you're after something to help keep the frizz away and give your hair a bit of TLC then the Tigi S Factor Silky Smooth Serum is really worth trying. It's currently on offer at Dirty Looks here.