Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Summer Hair | TIGI Bed Head Queen Beach Salt Infused Texture Spray


There are many things to love about Summer and the warmer weather but for someone like me who will always hit the snooze button and enjoy an extra five more minutes in bed, one of those things is allowing my hair to air dry.

As soon as I'm able to pack away the hairdryer, out comes the salt spray. The salt spray I'm currently enjoying is TIGI Bed Head Queen Beach Salt Infused Texture Spray* which has a gorgeous beachy scent which belies the train journey that lies ahead and it's made a nice replacement for my typically favoured Bumble & Bumble Surf Spray.

My routine is simple; once my morning skincare and make up has been applied I spray a little Queen Beach, brush though, tousle a little, perhaps add another spritz and then walk out the door. In the current hot and him weather it's always a plus when able to avoid blowing hot air around adding to sticky conditions.

I find TIGI Bed Head Queen less drying that Bumble & Bumble thanks to Balinese sea salt and marine algae extra. I do find that there's less texture for this reason but it creates the right balance for me on a day to day basis and is a nod to Summer whilst in the office but without looking like I have indeed stepped off the beach.

Volume is not something I look for from salt sprays but because it is less drying and I am using after a regular shampoo I find that my hair doesn't lose it's natural volume and the subtle texture means my hair looks healthier rather than crispy.

As for the packaging it's cute to look at but the circular shape is a little troublesome and would be a nightmare to slot neatly into a make up bag - and no chance in hand luggage but thats a minor gripe and I can always decant.

Are you a fan of salt sprays?

*this post contains press samples


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6 comments:

  1. I haven't used a salt spray before (pretty much a crime, I know), but this one sounds fab! I'm staying firmly away from my hair dryer in this heat

    Steph - www.nourishmeblog.co.uk

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    1. I must admit I hadn't until the last couple of years so no judgement here!! x

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  2. I WISH I could leave my hair to air dry - it would take about 5 hours :(
    I love salt sprays on holiday though to add a little texture, this one sounds lovely

    Tori | www.torisworld.com

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    1. I am lucky my hair isn't too thick so I can leave it to dry naturally x

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  3. I have only ever tried a couple and wasn't keen but this sounds nice, I might have another go because I tried the B&B and it left my hair so crispy but this sounds nice, my hair is straight but if I get hot or caught in the rain, it goes wavy so this might be ideal for me and taking on my holidays xxx

    Zoe ♥ MammafulZo

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    1. Yes crispy is never a good look and I think because of our blonde we don't need any more help drying it out!! I'm trying another at the moment which is just as good and I'l have a review of soon xx

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