TiGi • Bedhead Superstar Queen For a Day Thickening Spray • Styling Products
|Would buy this product again.||68%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I have a classic Bob hairstyle that I love but can at times look a little flat, especially in hot humid SC. I found this product on a clearance rack at TJ Max (outer cap missing) for 5.00 and thought it worth a try. I love it but I don't use it on wet hair, after drying my hair I flip hair to one side, lightly spray with Superstar then take my hands and run from bottom up to roots, flip hair to the other side and repeat. After doing this my hair will be standing up looking crazy/ scary but again using my fingers I pull hair from underneath placing it how I want it to lay. The top layer I leave a little looser/ textured looking. For me it works wonderful, not crunchy or sticky just thicker/ volume. Start out using a light spray you can always add more. Although I got a great deal on this can I would pay full price in the future . Youtube has a couple of good videos with helpful info on using. Hope this is helpful, good luck!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
The packaging is cute, the smell super sweet, but i really don't think it does much more than make my hair a bit greasy! The spray nozzle is pretty crappy too. :-(
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
This product is not going to give you that big, sassy, "Dallas" hair but for an everyday thickining spray its great. I love the way it keeps my normally oily hair looking clean all day. It gives it a noticeable amount of body without looking too full for the office.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
This stuff is great, but don't use as directed. I bought this to use on my 2nd day hair because I like the dispenser. I was not dissapointed. I spray some on my roots blow dry with my head upside down, hit my roots with the cool shot and flip my hair back. Amazing volume for 2nd day hair. I'm taking one lippie off because I tried it on wet hair and was not impressed. I prefer the Catwalk Root Boost on wet hair.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I used to blow dry my hair a lot and I tried this out the way it's supposed to be used: sprayed on the roots and then blow-dried. It really didn't work well that way for me at all; I just got weighed down roots. Now that my hair is longer I don't want to spend the extra time blow drying my hair so I do what the other reviewer does: I spray it onto the ponytail part of my hair only after putting in some leave in conditioner and twist it into a bun and sleep in it. I only started doing this because I have a ton of hair products that I used a lot with short hair but now don't need with my longer hair, so I'm thinking of creative ways of using things up. Who knew that uses this like a mousse on the length of my hair works better than regular mousse?
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Dry, Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This does nothing for my hair at all. Unfortunately it just sits collecting dust. Not good
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I love this stuff. It smells AMAZING. However, you either love TiGi scents or you hate them and if you hate them you won't like this. It's very sweet... like wearing cotton candy on your head.
It's a moderate thickener (rusk Thick is better) but I will keep using it because I think I might be addicted to the smell.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I have really fine hair, but masses of it, so getting volume in my hair is always such a chore. I used to use mousse in my hair, but it always seemed too heavy and made my hair sticky - so I thought I'd give this a go.
It's nothing special. The first thing that annoyed me about it was that it awkwardly squirts instead of spraying so I can't directly spray it onto my hair. Instead I spray it on my fingers and work into my hair, and it seems to work better this way. It gives alright volume.. nothing major but it still makes the difference. I do like it because it's very easy to use and doesn't go icky sticky or weigh my hair down at all. And obviously because it's TiGi - it smells divine :)
I payed around £10 for this which isn't bad considering the size of the bottle, and it will probably last me a very long time. I'll probably repurchase unless I find something better (quite keen to try the S Factor Body Booster).
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I don't do a whole lot with my hair to be honest. I like to keep it fairly simple and not use a lot of product. After having a hair dresser use this on me, I just had to buy a bottle myself. For me, the results are just enough volume to lift my boring, straight hair.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy Eyes: Hazel
I HATE this sh!t. i am so incredibly disappointed!! that's what happened:
while strolling around (as usual) in some high-end hair product shop this lovely bottle caught my attention. i was really tempted because i love TIGI's shampoos and the Superstar shine mist. Well, the dude in the store started talking about it, how great it is, how gorgeous the hair will look after, especially with a hair like mine (Kim Kardashian-esque), etc, i got sucked in and purchased it.
Very expensive, if you ask me. I paid the equivalent of $28 or even more. For a hair spray! okay not a 'hair spray' but a...hair spray. you get my point.
Packaging: shiteous. It doesn't spray, it squirts. I don't know if it's just my bottle, but it does not work. period. It's hard to maneuver because i get a ton of leakage.
Texture: VERY VERY VERY sticky. Made my hair stiff and STICKY. i mean it. i have never, ever experienced such an effect, not even with the cheapest hair spray out there, not even with oils! Thirty seconds after i started blow drying i noticed my hair got 'heavy'- i said hey, great, it's working! well...it was working. against it's purpose & my hair.
It literally clogged my hair; it isn't about the quantity because i was very careful, seeing the squirty application-i massaged it around my roots, very gently.
My hair was left dull, ugly, horselike (there's no other comparison term), really messy and shine free. It looked like a big, gunky mess. That's another thing- there was no visible product buildup...until i tried brushing my hair with the Tangle Teezer.
Oh yes, that too- it tangled my hair like crazy. I had to wash it again because i was afraid i was gonna wake up with a bunch of knots, unable to untangle my hair and an emergency haircut didn't look like an impossible happening at all- it was THAT bad.
When i looked closer- i had LINT all over my hair. The stickiness of the product attracted dust particles and my hair looked like an old wig...disgusting.
The biggest surprise- try brushing your hair with something light colored- a non-black brush/comb. My Tangle Teezer had GUNK on it, similar to chewing gum, a combo of gum and lint- it was a gray mass that just accumulated and deposited itself all over the brush.
I tried this twice, with the same result. I am going to give it away to someone who's tried it before and liked it. I can't throw it out because of the hefty price tag...but i am hatefully eying it EVERY SINGLE DAY. i HATE this sh!t.
if you have long, thick, naturally wavy, normal hair like mine, you'd probably want to stay away from this crap and go with something safer...like a thickening mousse followed by a 'classic' volumizing hairspray. This product is a mess, a crap, i can't even type anymore. Grrrrrr!!!!