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Beauty Tip: Hair Root Boost

March 24, 2015 | By

Beauty Tip! Hair Root Boost

Chris Covington | Editor in Chief | Red Letter Everyday eMagazine | 3-24-2015 | Disclaimer | Purchased

Root Boost

Everyday I style my hair, I think, “How can I build volume at the roots?” I have fine hair, a lot of it, but still… fine hair.  So I consider my hair the worst case scenario for styling. If you have similar or, gasp… thicker hair, I have an option for you: TGI Catwalk Root Boost.

Over the past 6 months (and 2 large cans), I thoroughly tested this product. And the results were excellent.

Shake the can well and keep shaking it in between applications. It is surprisingly cold when you spray it on. I applied it to partially dry hair at the roots. If you apply it to wet hair, it works but not as well. Section your hair out so you are just getting the roots and that you are getting good coverage. I have long hair so I flipped it upside down and using my fingers, blow dried the roots to damp. Then I flipped it back and sectioned the hair out, drying the underneath roots with a roller brush, working my way to the top of my head. I then blow dried the remainder of my hair. I gave a little back comb to the top sections and an overall light spray.

A side benefit was that my second-day hair was also full and held up all day!

So if you are looking for a little lift as you style your hair, short or long, I hope you’ll give TGI Catwalk Root Boost a try!

Oh, did I mention how much I love to test products! So fun!

@RLEveryday www.redlettereveryday.com #rootboost #haircare #productreview #beautytip

http://www.catwalkbytigi.com/products/styling/root-boost/

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Chris Covington
The Editor-in-Chief of Red Letter Everyday On-line Magazine is Chris Covington. Chris is an analytical chemist with a love of fitness, healthy cooking, and all things beauty! As a lifelong runner and weight trainer, she incorporates exercise and healthy eating into her daily life. As a skin cancer patient she has a special inquisitiveness for skin health and a desire to share her experiences and knowledge with her readers. Outside of RLE, Chris an alumna of Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority and is a member of the Junior League. She lives in San Francisco with her husband and two children. Chris enjoys hiking, camping, gardening, biking, and the amazing landscape of Northern California.

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