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Tigi's Bed Head Colour Combat Protects Your Dye Job, Smells Divine

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A few years ago, we went through a kind of out-of-character Almost Famous phase—as in, we got really into bands and exploited this working-in-media thing we do in order to see as many shows as we could, hang out with rock stars, go on tour with bands, all that good stuff. Besides a very long hangover and some bleary recollections of driving around Detroit in the middle of the night looking for trouble and other unsavoury entertainment, one major takeaway from our short stint in the band-aid milieu is that nearly every single rock star we met swears by Bed Head products.

No joke—in everyone's luggage, alongside the guitar, bad boy leather jackets, well-worn jeans, and glam-punk jewelry would always be a requisite canister ofTigi Bed Head hairspray, bottle of sculpting liquid, hair stick, or mohawk gel.

Well, for any rock stars (or aspiring rock stars) who color their hair, there's a new product out this season to add to your Tigi arsenal. The Bed Head Colour Combat shampoos and conditioners protect blondes and brunettes from folor-fade—and helps extend the life of that dye-job. Oh, and PS, the new products smell divine.
· Bed Head Colour Combat, from $16.95 to $17.95 at TigiHairCare.com