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Last updated: October 10, 2011

Rough Texture Styling How-Tos from TIGI Candy Fixations

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Rough Texture Styling How-Tos from TIGI Candy Fixations

For their new line, TIGI Bed Head® has taken inspiration from the intoxicating world of confectionary and created the ultimate texture range—Candy Fixations. Using the new products, TIGI Creative Team members Nick Irwin and Heath Grout demonstrate two styling techniques meant to bring out the most in your client’s natural texture. These sweet-yet-sultry looks make us feel like we’re on a sugar high!

Watch the video: Behind the Scenes with Candy Fixations

View the Product: New! Candy Fixations Texture Line

Create these looks on your clients with TIGI PRO Tools:
TIGI Pro Neck Shield
TIGI Pro Sectioning Clips
TIGI Pro Trimmer


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    For volume that’s lighter than candy floss…

    1. Begin by spraying about 6-9 pumps of Candy Fixations Sugar Shock all over damp hair, depending on density/texture of the hair, or how much additional hold or texture you want to create.

    2. Comb hair into your desired shape and then power dry the root area with a blow dryer.

    3. Next, use the nozzle attachment on your dryer and together with your fingers, continue blow-drying while creating a soft bend or buckled texture to the hair.

    4. Use a medium-sized round brush and continue blow-drying to add a bit of polish just at the ends. If you want a rougher texture all-over, skip this step and leave the ends natural.

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    For a flexible, defined hold on short hair that’s as elastic as taffy…

    1. First, apply Candy Fixations Totally Baked Mousse to dry hair.

    2. Blow dry completely with a hairdryer and your fingers to create a multi-textured finish.

    3. Through the ends only, work through with your dryer and a round brush.

    4. Work Candy Fixations Mega Whip (about the size of a half dollar) throughout the dry hair, then grab your hairdryer once more, put in on a slightly cooler setting, and blast the hair once more to give it more dimension and texture.