Foxy Curls Review

Foxy Curls is part of the Tigi Bedhead Line.

I’ve used their products for years. I started with Moisture Maniac ,and eventually moved on to Foxy Curls.

My hair is in the middle between curly and wavy. Its sometimes hard to find something that helps keep frizz in control without adding too much volume.


Foxy Curls is aholy grail product for me. I LOVE everything about it.

Foxy Curls Shampoo/Conditioner Review


Photo Credit: Bedhead

First, it smells AMAZING. It smells very sweet, almost like sweet tarts to me.

Also, it makes my hair feel so soft. This feeling doesn’t disappear once you hop out of the shower either. After I use it I can’t stop running my fingers through my hair.

Finally, I love that it makes my hair shiny and doesn’t dry me out. The fact that it manages to moisturize and add shine ;without adding oil is so impressive.

The only negative I can think of about this product is the price. I believe it is up to $25 for the Shampoo and Conditioner at my local grocery store.
I LOVE this product, but as an unemployed college student I can’t always justify the price.
I always ask for it as a holiday gift. Also, sometimes I will find it on sale at Tj Maxx and stock up!

Foxy Curls Contour Cream

Photo Credit: Bedhead
This product is said to “Define, shape and support style while eliminating frizz ,and encouraging soft, manageable curls”.

I was pleased to discover it has the same delicious sweet smell as the shampoo. To use I rubbed it into the ends of damp hair.

I noticed my hair did dry with a lot less frizz. In addition, my hair looked more polished and less like an unruly mess!

I was also pleasantly surprised that it can be used on dry hair as well.

I only wash my hair every other day, and was wondering what would happen if I used it on an off day?
It worked about the same, and didn’t get “crunchy” like I thought it might!

I would recommend the Foxy Curls system to anyone with curly or frizzy hair.
Overall, the shampoo/conditioner are must have everyday products for me, while I plan to use the creme on special occasions.

Disclaimer: Shampoo/conditioner were purchased by me, while the contour cream was sent by PR. All opinions are 100% my own.

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  1. I could really use these products! My hair is curly, and it is SO hard to control.

    Thanks for the great review! (:

  2. I have wavy hair and have tried so many different things to tame it and control it – I might look in to this

  3. I love Bed Head products but I have never tried this one.

  4. My hair started going curly after I hit 30. I would love to try this product especially since you said it smells like sweet tarts!! I’ll have to look for it at the store.

  5. I have the same type of hair: curly and wavy! I am always looking for great products to help me. I love how this adds a shine to the hair.

  6. Susan O'Bryant says:

    I’m always looking for a good product to use on my wavy hair which can get frizzy, especially in the summer. I think I’ll pick up some of this next time I’m at the store. Thanks for the review!

  7. sarah davis says:

    I’ll have to try this! I have naturally curly hair but it has some frizz.

  8. Sandie Tintle says:

    I have head of bed head but not foxy curls!

  9. Wendy Kroy says:

    Thanks for the information on these products. I am always looking for new hair products for my curls.

  10. Angie Adelman says:

    I have never tried the bed head products but after reading your review I would be inclined to try. It is very informative and helpful.

  11. Sounds great i would love to try your product.

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