Bumble and bumble hair(un)dressing creme
October 30, 2012
I first learned about this product by watching Lily's hair routine video. I've always been a big fan of her hair (and her blog) and wanted to try it out. I went by my local Sephora and grabbed a tube and just got the chance to really give it a go two days ago. I've used B&B products before, but only shampoo and conditioner. I had never tried one of their styling products before this one, and I really don't know why! I'm really happy with the results I got from this texturizing cream. Like, really happy.
The price point will be a little high for some, but I think if you want to invest in something that's going to help you through the winter months and lessen your reliance on heated styling tools, it's something to consider splurging on. For my first try, I did still use my blow dryer but that was all I had to do. The texturizing cream left my hair a little "grittier" feeling and gave it that bed head look, minus the insane frizz. Once my hair eventually gets down to elbow length, I can seriously see myself only using this cream and letting nature do the rest of the work.
If you'd like to try it out, it's really easy to find and use. Sephora carries a lot of Bumble and bumble products, including this one for about $32. To apply, lightly towel dry your hair and then start with a little bit of product (a nickel-sized dollop) and work it through the mid lengths of your hair. I applied the majority of what I used to the crown and nape area, going all the way up to the root. I use Moroccan Oil on the ends of my hair, so I didn't apply any of the texturizing cream there.
All in all, this is a product I really do recommend. It seems like it would be great for all hair lengths, too, which is a definite plus. If you've used it before, or any other B&B products, please let me know in a comment! I'm trying my hardest to grow my hair out nice and long and am up for trying any product that will help me get there successfully. :)