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TIGI Catwalk Curl Collection Curlesque Curls Rock Amplifier, 5.07 Ounce, Packaging May Vary

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  • Catwalk Curlesque Curls Rock Amplifier will enhance your naturally curly hair
  • See defined curls and superior hold and control
  • Made with essential oils and environmental protectants to give your hair what it needs for that amp'ed up look.
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TIGI Catwalk Curl Collection Curlesque Curls Rock Amplifier, 5.07 Ounce, Packaging May Vary + TIGI Catwalk Curl Collection Curlesque Defining Serum, 3.04 Ounce + CATWALK CURLESQUE STRONG MOUSSE 6.7 OZ
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Important Information

Indications
CURLESQUE CURLS ROCK AMPLIFIER 5 OZ Design House: Tigi

Ingredients
Panthenol, Cyclomethicone, Alkyl Benzoate, Jojoba Oil, Sunflower Seed Oil, VP/DMAPA Acrylate, Bacopa Monniera Extract, Polyquaternium-11 and Chitosan

Directions
Important: Keep in cool dry places.

Product Description

Catwalk by TIGI Curlesque Curls Rock Curl Amplifier 5.07 oz Use on dry ends to defrizz unruly curls or waves. Use alone for precise control, or with Curlesque Defining Serum for feather-light hold and waves. Fresh Nectar Leaf Fragrance. Essential oils combined with thermal and environmental protectants nurture curls for a touchable, radiant feel. Gives hold and control for defined curls & streamlined waves. Enhances your natural texture. Cream to define and separate.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 5 x 4 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0007506U2
  • UPC: 615908415858 885579566030 615908421606 741655421948
  • Item model number: 191298
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (294 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #200 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Customer Reviews

This product works very well on curly or wavy hair.
Susan Cochrun
My hair does better with this product than any others I've tried (and believe me, I've tried a lot!).
flutacious7
I'm always looking for hair products that reduce frizz and define curls.
PurplePiano88

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

98 of 106 people found the following review helpful By J. Wright on December 7, 2010
Wow, way to budget cut a product Tigi! I have looong curly hair and I've been using your product for 10 years. My hair went to moist and soft with the original "Curls Rock" to straw with your so called "Curl Collection"! Read the label and not the packaging, alcohol is what drys out your hair and they are the top ingredients in their new expensive product. Keep your cucumbers and give me back my Curls Rock.
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59 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Colour on March 7, 2011
This is NOT the same and doesn't do for my curls what the old Curls Rock did. If you like the old one, you'll be disappointed in this.
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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By SA on February 10, 2013
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As far as the alcohol in ingredient list: Panthenol is a humectant, emollient and moisturizer. It binds to the hair shaft readily and is a frequent component of shampoos and hair conditioners (in concentrations of 0.1-1%). It coats the hair and seals its surface[citation needed], lubricating the hair shaft and making strands appear shiny. (Wikipedia). There is also an interesting article at [...]Might shine some different perspectives on the matter. Bottom line, do your own research and decide what is "safe" for your hair.

I never tried the previous version of this product, so I can't compare, but I am very pleased with the way this product is able to minimize frizz, define and hold my curls. I have long (mid back), 3b thick curly hair...lots of it! I like the creamy texture and I believe this contributes to the the frizz being minimized because it clings to the hair shaft. I somewhat follow the "curly girl" method and I use devacurl products or sulfate free shampoos, etc.

Although I think this product has great hold, I have a routine that gets my hair to look exactly like I want. I am crazy about my hair, every ringlet has to look nice so, after I wash my hair, I use a leave in conditioner like Mixed Chicks (anyone can use, I am Latina not mixed), or Shea moisture curl enhancing smoothie, I finish with oil, like argan oil, jojoba oil, etc. Then I apply this product evenly throughout. I somewhat allow to air dry, usually don't have a lot of time so I spray a heat protectant and diffuse with my head flipped over. No crunchy hair! Make sure you don't use tons and if you do, try scrunching it with oil to reduce crunchiness.

This lasts me 3-4 days! I just wet my hair each day and it revives my curls. I sleep with my hair in a high pony tail.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kayla on August 9, 2011
I love the original Curls Rock Amplifier that came in the blue pump bottle. Like all curly girls, I've tried hundreds of products and it was my favorite. I was very disappointed when the store where I purchase it from told me that they had discontinued it and that this new product was it's replacement. I've found this new product to be very drying and it doesn't give me the wonderful polished curls that it's predecessor did. This also let my hair feeling very 'gunky' and the alcohol in it caused a lot of dandruff. Overall, I'm very disappointed in this product and TiGi. I guess I'll be buying the old stuff online from now on.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By NomadicShopper on May 25, 2012
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I used this when it used to be in the bright blue packaging (not as "fancy" looking at all), because it was recommended by a stylist when I went to Toni & Guy (who sold the line). I did notice that the price went up with the rebranding/packaging, but that's not this review....

My hair is naturally wavy, but I can trick into into some curl with a diffuser. This product has been awesome in helping - just hand squeeze out excess water after my shower, DO NOT COMB, then I clip up half and scrunch it into shape, then dry using a diffuser (at least half-dry). Then I do the top layer, and do a light hairspray spritz. I will say there is a pretty weird residue on my hands, so I use a bit of baby shampoo to really clean them off (I keep that handy on the counter b/c I use it to wash makeup brushes anyway - a tip from a Sephora store mgr I met!).

I live in Houston, TX, and humidity is HIGH. SO far this has worked really well - just don't touch the hair during the day! It's helped a lot during the spring (90*F + high high humidity) and I anticipate the same into summer. I've gotten a lot of compliments. If you use too much, you'll have crunchy/clumpy. For my medium-thick, just-above-shoulder length hair, I use a partial pump (don't push quite all the way down) and put more at the bottom of my hair than the top. It does get sticky, so I wouldn't advise this unless you wash your hair every day - I would think that would be a sticky, greasy mess. I don't use it EVERY day, usually no more than 3 days in a row and then I switch back to a day or two of straight hair or a simple ponytail. Overall, I'm impressed. I saw it at a beauty supply shop, individually priced much, much higher than Amazon.
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29 of 37 people found the following review helpful By tl_c on September 3, 2011
I, too, was a *huge fan* of the original Curls Rock. I may have cried when I found out that my Subscribe & Save was canceled because TIGI discontinued the original Curls Rock. Since I didn't have much of a choice, I crossed my fingers and purchased the new Curlesque.

My first impression was that the Curlesque is stickier than the original. That made me worry. I think I had reason to worry because my curls ended up with a crunch that didn't exist when I used the original Curls Rock. Bummer. I don't like crunchy hair. However, it still defines the curl and eliminates frizz, but I just don't like crunchy hair.

So, Regis has a product called Curl Lock Curl Cream that I was certain was identical to original Curls Rock. I would sometimes get the Curl Lock if there was a good BOGO deal at the Regis salons. I haven't used Curl Lock in a long time since TIGI is available at major retailers and most salons, BUT I'm wondering if Regis was smart enough to stick to their original Curl Lock formula. I'll have to check.

In any event, I've gone through so many different products and cocktails of products, and honestly I'm not so sure if there is any other product available that works as well as even this new Curlesque stuff. So, I'll continue using it, but I will definitely go see about the Curl Lock Curl Cream.

In the meantime, I think we curly heads should all contact TIGI and let them know that they made a terrible, terrible mistake.
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