Two simple steps to massive messy hair. (In a good way)

   
 

The other day, I was strolling around Boots in an attempt to waste time (never a good idea) and ended up being sucked in by one of the ladies on the Bumble and bumble counter. I’ve never tried any of their products before due to never really being too bothered about my hair (oops) but recently my locks have been a little lack lustre and I’ve craved texture and height like never before.

I basically conducted a thorough interview with the poor lady and asked more questions than was entirely necessary. She wowed me with her words and convinced me with a demonstration that I couldn’t leave the store without the Surf Spray and their Thickening Dry Spun Finish spray.

I opted for minature sizes because 1. they’re really cute and 2. I like to try out little bits before splashing out.

The Thickening Dry Spun Finish spray is another of those products which somehow lifts the hair offering insane amounts of volume without the hair feeling crispy or like it has a lot of product in. A spritz of this through the top of the hair and you’re looking at sky high roots and an airy texture throughout the rest. This product gives second day life to first day flat hair without sacrificing cleanliness. What amazed me the most is that the day after this had been spritzed in by the lovely Boots lady, i just had to puff my hair up a little bit with my hands and yesterdays volume was restored. I’ve never tried the Oribe Dry Texturising Spray but I’d imagine that this performs in a very similar way and I already regret not picking up the big one.

The surf spray is what I always think of when I hear the name Bumble and bumble. This is a salt water spray which offers beach waves without having to actually go in the sea and get cold. Bb say that you can apply this to either wet or dry hair. I personally find it better on dry hair, because it goes less crunchy and because I like to use quite nourishing products before I blow dry – and this is definitely not one of those. Obviously spraying salt on your hair is going to be quite drying, but you don’t need to use a lot of this nor do you need to use it everyday. Similarly to the aforementioned spray, this one stays put and means you barely have to lift a finger when you’re dealing with second day hair.

Have you tried these? What are your favourite Bumble and bumble products?

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