Bumble and bumble Bb. Texture Creme review
I’m probably going to go against the grain here and say that I actually like it when my hair is soft and silky after washing it, however come summer time, sometimes I’m looking for that “undone” look, that often takes more effort than it appears, enter the Bumble and bumble Bb. Texture Creme.
Bumble and bumble Bb. Texture Creme 150ml £23
I’ve been using Bumble and bumble’s Bb. Texture Creme for a good few years now. I work a small penny-sized dollop of the white gel through damp hair and blow dry, and it gives a gritty texture that allows for styling (think, adding sea salt for undone beachy waves). It gives more “hold” to hair, so if you’re used to your hair sliding out of certain styles after an hour or two – or waves falling out, this is definitely something to consider. Use too much and hair does go slightly crunchy though, so a word of advice is to use a little at first and build up depending on your hair’s thickness and texture.
It’s not so much a sole star of the show. I feel like Bumble and bumble’s Bb. Texture Creme works more as a base for other products, sort of like how foundation is used. It allows other products to really perform better, such as sea salt, volumising or texturising sprays.
I really like the Bumble and bumble Bb. Texture Creme. I admit, it is expensive for what it is but I have not really used anything that comes close to it on the market. It does have a bit of a cult following too, and only a small penny sized amount is needed, so one tube lasts me a good five months.
Have you ever tried Bumble and bumble’s Bb. Texture Creme? What did you think of it?