TIGI COPYRIGHT COLOUR INGREDIENTS EXPLAINED
What gives your clients healthy-looking hair colour? Discover the expert ingredients that go into TIGI Copyright Colour.
Have you ever wondered what exactly is in TIGI Copyright Colour and how it creates such fantastic colour results? Learn more about its key ingredients and impress your clients with your product knowledge during their next colour service!
DISCOVER HIGH PERFORMING INGREDIENTS
The TIGI Copyright Colour range is fully intermixable and enriched with high performance ingredients. Its signature intermixability is achieved by having the same base across the hair colour range, allowing you to combine core shades and fashion shades to ensure creative yet predictable colour results every time. The unique Copyright Colour product technology not only provides your clients with beautiful colour results, but gives enhanced shine, great conditioning and damage prevention with each service.
All of TIGI Copyright Colour’s signature ingredients support you in delivering a seamless colouring experience for your clients. To prevent damage during the colouring process and help protect the cuticle, TIGI Copyright Colour Gloss, Creative and Mix Master ranges are formulated with Monoi de Tahiti and Amino Acids.
MONOÏ DE TAHITI
Monoi oil is an infused perfume oil made from soaking the petals of Tahitian gardenias (best known as Tiare flowers) in coconut oil. Monoi (pronounced Mah-noy) is an ancient Tahitian word, meaning ‘scented oil’ in the Reo-Maohi language. Monoi is widely used among French Polynesians as a skin and hair softener, but is also popular in Europe and gaining recognition in the United States.
Monoi oil is only produced in Tahiti, Polynesia. It’s highly beneficial for both the skin and hair, possessing impressive nourishing and smoothing properties which help to repair past damage and prevent further damage. It’s created by pressing the flesh of natural coconuts to obtain pure extra virgin coconut oil, and then soaking the Tiare flower for approximately a month. The Tiare flower has a wonderfully sweet fragrance that is commonly used in beauty products.
Although it has gained popularity in recent years, and become a beauty staple in many bathroom cabinets, the much-loved coconut oil is believed to be the first plant oil ever used by mankind. Derived from the flesh of the mature fruits of coconut trees, it has a thick, white, semi-solid consistency which needs to be slightly warmed before application on skin or hair. Coconut oil is known for its conditioning properties so helps to nourish dry hair, add lustre and shine, and smooth to aid manageability.
Taurine is an amino acid derivative that can be produced naturally by the body. When applied to the root, taurine has been found to promote hair ‘survival’ and protection of the follicle.
CONDITIONING + XYLITOL COMPLEX
The conditioning complex within TIGI Copyright Colour contains three key ingredients: fatty alcohol, surfactant and xylitol. As hair colour is applied, this conditioning complex helps to lubricate the hair fibres, making the hair easy to manage during the application process. The complex then disperses during rinsing to help reduce friction on the fibre, providing protection when the hair is most vulnerable.
Beeswax has long been used in hair and beauty products as it has the ability to perform a barrier on the skin, acting as a wonderful emollient and providing softening effects. It is natural and safe to use on both the hair and the scalp, and is most commonly used in styling products to help create and structure styles with high shine. It works like glazing, improving colour reflection and vibrancy.
MEADOWFOAM (IN GLOSS CLEAR)
Meadowfoam is a native plant adapted to vernal pools of the Pacific Northwest. It consists of a long chain of fatty acids, great for its amazing moisturising and rejuvenating capabilities. What’s more, it gives colour a rich and multi-dimensional effect, and adds a natural lustre to hair.