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I just emailed TIGI to check on their hair products. Thought I might share the list:

"Thank you for contacting TIGI Haircare. The following products do not contain Gluten as an ingredient, however, I cannot guarantee whether the ingredients were manufactured or packaged in a facility that is gluten free."

SHAMPOOS AND CONDITIONERS

Colour Combat Colour Goddess Shampoo

Colour Combat Dumb Blonde Shampoo

Epic Volume Conditioner

Extreme Straight Conditioner

Extreme Straight Shampoo

Hi-Def Curls Conditioner

Hi-Def Curls Shampoo

Superstar Conditioner

Superstar Shampoo

Foxy Curls Shampoo

Foxy Curls Conditioner

Urban Antidote Re-Energize Shampoo

Urban Antidote Re-Energize Conditioner

Urban Antidote Recovery Shampoo

Urban Antidote Recovery Conditioner

Urban Antidote Resurrection Shampoo

Urban Antidote Resurrection Conditioner

SPECIALTY CONDITIONERS

Colour Combat Colour Goddess Leave-In Conditioner

Ego Booster

Superstar Leave In Conditioner

STYLING PRODUCTS

After-Party

Bed Head Stick

Control Freak Serum

Creative Genius

Dumb Blonde Smoothing Stuff

Foxy Curls Contour Cream

Foxy Curls Mousse

Foxy Hi-Def Spray

Hard Head Mohawk Gel

Hard To Get

Headrush

Manipulator

Mastermind

Power Trip

Small Talk

Spoil Me

Superstar Queen For a Day

FINISHING PRODUCTS

Hard Head

Masterpiece

Maxxed-out

Superstar Volumizing Hairspray

SPECIALTY STYLING

Mega Whip

Totally Baked

Sugar Shock

Glaze Haze

Sugar Dust

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Thanks for posting. One of the products I am using is not on the list - oops! I guess I will be switching

Thanks, again!

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Jennifer Esposito was an actress on the show Blue Bloods. CBS let her go because she was struggling with her celiac disease. Anyway she shared a shampoo that she says is great, ACURE. I have followed her Post since she was fired, she is raising awareness.

http://jennifersway.org/?s=shampoo

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