NEW Catwalk by TIGI Texturizing Collection

Whether they be on your desk or vanity, these two NEW Catwalk by TIGI texture products definitely stand out with their metallic blue packaging. You’ll love the delicate Tobacco Flower Noir fragrance of these not to mention the effortless styles you’ll be able to easily achieve.

Transforming Dry Shampoo ($21.50)
Give second or third day hair some extra ‘oomph’! This dry shampoo removes oils that weigh hair down instantly refreshing tresses for a super clean look without having to re-wash. When there’s just no time to shampoo, this is perfect for restyling and reviving hair. 
 
Texturising Salt Spray ($21.50)
Infused with sea salt, this spray is the ultimate product to create tousled texture, moveable body and beautifully windswept waves- essential for fall. This spray adds just the right amount of definition and has an effortless matte finish, whilst putting up a fight against humidity. 

For a captivating effect, mix these two products together. You’ll achieve a stunning look with a second day, soft texture finish and touchable movement. Effortless texture has never been easier- it’s what we call: Ready to Wear Hair!

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The NEW Catwalk by TIGI Texturising collection will be available at Ulta/Ulta.com, CatwalkbyTigi.com and salons nationwide in September. You can find a salon near you that carries TIGI by using our salon finder here: http://salonfinder.tigihaircare.com/ 

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