Today’s post is about a new addition to my hair care line up: TIGI Catwalk Sleek Mystique Haute Iron Spray.
TIGI Catwalk Sleek Mystique Haute Iron Spray
TIGI Catwalk Sleek Mystique Haute Iron Spray resists heat up to 232 degree, which will prevent your hair from thermal damage. It also helps to improve strength and seal cuticles, leave you hair feeling shine and smooth. Its natural ingredients contains lychee, Japanese honeysuckle & rice bran oil that helps to smooth, defrizz and add brilliant shine. It contains mandarin patchouli noir fragrance.
It’s been a long time since I have tried a new heat protectant as I have been pretty faithful to the Paul Mitchell Heat Seal and the TIGI S Factor Flat Iron Spray. When the TIGI Catwalk Sleek Mystique Haute Iron Spray arrived into my life, I was so excited to give it a try. With it being from TIGI, I knew it wasn’t going to be a disappointment.
The TIGI Catwalk Sleek Mystique Haute Iron Spray comes housed in an aerosol can which did confuse me at first – I am so used to sprays being from a bottle! However, I have grown to like it from an aerosol as it means I can control the amount of product I use.
The formula of the product is very rich and concentrated, and I like to use a fine mist to avoid overloading my hair. The formula feels so luxurious and nourishing; it feels more of a conditioning treatment then a styling product. I would imagine this product being perfect for those with curly, dry hair. If you have fine hair this product might be too heavy for you. My hair is in the middle, so I can get away with a small amount each time.
To say it comes from an aerosol, it has a gorgeous, musky scent although saying that, there is still a slight telltale aerosol scent – hey we can’t have everything! I know it’s shallow, but I love how the bottle looks on my bedside table; it wouldn’t look amiss in a salon. Whilst it hasn’t overtaken Paul Mitchell Heat Seal as my favourite ever heat protectant, it has become one of my favourites and I can see myself repurchasing it in the future.
What is your favourite heat protectant?